Reaching financial independence takes a whole lot of drive and determination. It definitely does not come to us overnight. There are difficult steps that we must take to earn the truly awesome rewards that come with owning our own time and choosing the direction of our day.
One of those major milestone steps is escaping the grips of student loan debt.
Recently in the US, Student Loan Debt exceeded credit card debt and surpassed the $1 Trillion mark for the first time. In our great state of Michigan, the average student loan total is around $35,000. When you’re barely making that much as your starting salary, eliminating those loans can seem like a constant uphill battle.
Fear not my friends, there is a way to win this war. And we will all be victorious, happy and wealthy.
Today, we’re speaking with Robert Farrington who’s taken his $42,000 of student loans and crushed them into nothing. Not only did he erase his debts from existence, he got so excited about his success that he wanted more financial victories in his life.
Robert founded a business called The College Investor which focuses on escaping student loan debt and building real wealth. His ability to eliminate his student loans and grow that business has allowed him reach financial independence at the young age of 32. The beauty of Robert’s story is that he is now dedicating his life to coaching others to crush debt, save, invest for the future and build businesses just like he did.
What are we covering today?
Robert and I discuss:
- His motivations for starting The College Investor
- How others can eliminate student loan debt from their lives
- Robert's strategies for building real wealth and achieving financial freedom
If you’re excited about reaching financial independence and you want to know the steps to get there, listen to today’s interview with Robert Farrington. He provides actionable advice that will get you and your family headed in the right financial direction.
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