A WOMAN CLAIMS HER LIFE
What does it mean to own your power? This podcast will answer that question and inspire you to live the life you deserve and not settle for anything less.
Today’s guest is Edna Keep, an ordinary woman who accomplished extraordinary things by by having the courage to live her dream.
Edna’s dream was to stop struggling as a single mom living in subsidized housing. She set her mind to it, and she did it.
Next, she wanted to create wealth for her and her family. She did it.
Today, she continues to expand her wealth and coaches others to live independent lives of abundance.
Anyone can accomplish what Edna Keep has accomplished – if they are willing to step into and through their fears.
Edna has created wealth through real estate investing. That takes guts. The first time you face a six figure buying decision, fear will rear its ugly head.
Edna conquered that fear. Even before she made her first real estate purchase, she chose to invest in Robert Kiyosaki’s intense real estate investment training. The cost? Almost $40,000.
High ticket courses like that one trigger a crippling fear of loss in many people, and they run for cover. Edna walked right into the face of that fear and won.
You will learn the mindset that leads to enormous wealth when you listen to Edna. You will gain the confidence that you can be, do, or have anything you want.
Plus, you will learn how to create your fortune using other people’s money.
Edna’s passion, courage, and insights will give you the exact formula to change your story and change your life.
BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Why “A” Students Work for “C” Students and “B” Students Work for the Government by Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker
EDNA’S FAVORITE QUOTE
“Income seldom exceeds personal development.” – Jim Rohn
True entrepreneurs are psychologically unemployable. What does that mean?
It means that they do not have it in their nature to work for other people. The successful ones work well with others; they simply refuse to work for others.
Their independent spirits, creativity, and drive make them rebels, innovators, and visionaries.
Whitney Nicely is a true entrepreneur. She got a taste of the sweet, scary, adventurous life of an entrepreneur at a very early age.
Whereas most kids learn the negative lesson that “money doesn’t grow on trees,” Whitney learned from her mom that “money Happens.” It always shows up in the mail.
Whitney loved that idea. She decided she would make lots of money show up for her. She did that by becoming a bold and savvy real estate investor. She did it against many odds.
In the beginning, men would not take her seriously. She changed their minds. Whitney’s fire and belief in what she does led her to take big risks, lose money, and make more.
Today, she teaches ordinary people how to create extraordinary lives by creating wealth with real estate.
You’ll be fascinated, enriched, and entertained by Whitney’s story.
BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST
Miracle in the Mountains by Harriet T. Kane
Psychologically Unemployable by Jeffrey Combs
WHITNEY’S FAVORITE QUOTES
“Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.” – Babe Ruth
“She considers a field, and buys it: with the fruit of her hands she plants a vineyard.” – The Bible, Proverbs 31:16
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