Podcast 637: Damion Lupo: Disrupting Wall Street
Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Damion Lupo
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Starting his first business at age 11, (even hiring his parents for logistics support), over the last quarter century he’s started and owned more than 30 different companies including an insurance agency, precious metals firms, a venture capital company, a coaching and consulting firm, and more than a dozen real estate investment and development companies.
He’s also the founder of Yokido ™, his own martial arts and holds 3 other black belts.
But it hasn’t all been plain sailing in his life, as by age 27 he became a millionaire, and then lost everything (including his Ferrari, girlfriend, and even his dog) before going again in a new direction.
But it seems to me that at his core he is a man who believes in personal control, and having the ability to show the world how we can free ourselves from the control that money worries have over our lives.
By learning the ways to simplify investments, and taking the mystery out how to make money work for us, we will all have a better standard of living, life and health too.
The life that most of us would say was the dream.
Today, he resides in Austin Texas and is the Founder and CEO of Total Control Financial, a company who are obsessed with Disrupting Wall Street & Empowering Main Street, and as we said showing the world the promised land.
So the big questions are, did he need to lose everything to be able to gain the clarity of financial knowledge that he now has?
And what is the number one mistake that people make when attempting to gain financial freedom
Well let’s find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Mr Damion Lupo.
During the show we discussed such weighty topics with Damion Lupo such as:
Why it is so imporatant to be able to embrace the instability of life if we truly want to have the right kind of success that we want.
Why we should all ask the question “What we would do in our life for free” instead of always going for the money. The “free” willingness is a true indicator as to where the passion lies.
Why Damion never likes to hear the word “NO” and reveals how he even as a young child he was inspired to find ways to get around that obstacle to get what he wanted.
Why we should all sell the customer what they need and give them what they want….perhaps even going against the words of the late Steve Jobs.
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