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We’re back!

We’re back!

Sorry to keep you waiting for quite some time, but our absence hasn’t been wasted.
As you can probably tell the podcast looks a little different, but don’t worry, you’re not lost.

To help avoid any further confusion this is a quick announcement introducing “Finance and Fury”, and also the reasons why for the change and the rebrand.

We started the Rentvesting podcast with one purpose in mind, to help you become financially independent. Our goal was to do this through helping educate on property and investing, plus making smarter financial decisions to achieve your OWN financial independence… rather than following the masses.

However, we reached a point where we felt there was actually little additional value that we could provide with education on “rentvesting” as our sole focus. Plus, there’s no shortage of property or investment education online. So, while we felt that while we were meeting our goal of educating, would this actually help you achieve your goal of financial independence?

While we think it definitely helps, we realised there were still many other factors that we still needed to focus on. Because if education alone was going to provide financial independence, then anyone who took the time to educate themselves would make it, right?

So, we went back to the drawing board but this time we knew that our ‘how’ had to be beyond education as the sole focus and I wanted to share our progress on trying to solve this problem over the past few months.

It’s mainly to help to clarify what we think the key factors involved with reaching financial independence are. And this is really important as it’s going to be our focus going forward.

Also, we’ll try to help explain the system for financial independence we’re trying to implement for you to remove each one of these problems. The whole purpose of it is to make it as simple as possible as well, so anyone can use it.

This has been a focus of ours for quite a number of years now so pretty shortly we hope we can overcome it. Sadly, this whole process isn’t that easy to explain. I originally had it just in one podcast, but it was way too incoherent to follow. So, its now become 6 …in a nice easy sequential order.

These six are a little different compared to what you’re used to with the Rentvesting podcast. These aren’t produced at all, they’re just raw audio recordings, and that’s just purely to get these all out to you without any further delay.

Starting from the next episode, we work our way through some ‘whys’ to the complex financial independence problem, discussing all the solutions along the way.

At the end of these 6 episodes I try to tie all of the problems back together with the solutions togethers into one workable program.

We aren’t claiming that this is perfect, as nothing is, but from our experience, it is workable. And not just by professionals but anyone who puts the effort in.

If you are up for listening to me puzzle though this piece by piece for the next 6 episodes, join for the next where we start the jorney.

 

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