New Episode Of The Financial Freedom Podcast! The Monty Campbell Show

Financial Freedom

Thomas Edison once said “The brain can be developed just the same way the muscles can be developed, if one will only take the pains to train the mind to think.”

But many people don’t train their mind to think.

In fact, most people just act from their memory. They are habitual. They act from a set of already established options that came to them from their childhood conditioning. So in essence, they live their lives from a memorized version of themselves.

And these memorized versions can take a person far away from wealth, not towards it. You see, becoming financially free requires not just different thinking, but better thinking. That’s the topic of today’s episode of the Monty Campbell show!

Be free. Nothing else is worth it.

Financial Freedom Monty Campbell

Want even more information about achieving financial freedom? Check-out these posts from the blog archives:

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  • Tad

    I agree, it’s important to observe to how often we react unthinkingly. This is a good reminder to look at ourselves like an impartial observer so that you can catch yourself before your habitual reactions take over.

  • C Ross

    Good stories Monty! It is easy to be reactive to life also going with the flow. I realized that this reactive thinking looks convenient at the beginning because it doesn’t require big effort but in the long term can be very harmful. You said it right, facts don’t lie.

    • Monty Campbell

      Thank you. Very true. It’s convenient in the beginning but harmful in the long term. Thanks for commenting.

  • dyne

    Good podcast Monty. I think it is important for us to inspect our thoughts and become something of a “mind-detective”. Detecting our words, feelings and actions can be very revealing.

    • Monty Campbell

      That’s a great way to look at it – mind detective! I like that. Thanks for sharing.

  • UTMom

    So true Monty. It’s easy to get into a rut and just live a memorized life. Enjoyed the podcast.

    • Monty Campbell

      Yes, as Buffett always says – “the chains of habit are too light to be felt until they’re too heavy to be ignored.” Glad you enjoyed it.

  • Tenva Eisen

    I really liked the stories in your podcast. They drive home the points you make!

    • Monty Campbell

      Thank you. Glad you liked them.