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Tune in Friday's at 9AM Pacific to hear Best Selling Author, Award Winning Speaker, and Biology-based Success Architect Heather Wagenhals interview the hottest minds in productivity, entrepreneurship, budgeting, personal finance, investing, psychology, and personal development to help you get your MoneyMind©Right. Past guests include: celebrity guests like Larry Winget of A & E’s Big SpenderMillion Dollar Listing BRAVO's Chris Leavitt, and Sharon Lechter co-author Rich Dad Poor Dad. Our lineup of guests includes T. Harv Eker author of Secrets of the Millionaire MindNathaniel Branden the Father of Self-Esteem, Chicken Soup for the Soul magnate Mark Victor Hansen, real estate expert Jason HartmanKiana Danial the Invest Diva, Mastering Happiness coach Dr. Joel Wade, Consumer Credit Counselor Thomas Nitzsche, serial entrepreneur Tom Corson-Knowles, frugal living expert Sara Tetreault, publishing tycoon Steve Forbes, Top-ranked market analyst Jim Woods and many more.

Jul 29, 2016

Paul Dykewicz, author of the inspirational book, “Holy Smokes! Golden Guidance from Notre Dame’s Championship Chaplain.” and editor of Eagle Daily Investor and the editorial director of Eagle Financial Publications in Washington, D.C. joins Heather Wagenhals at Freedom Fest in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tune in to this interview as Paul explains the purpose of his writing and that he enjoys telling people
something to transform their lives.

As an accomplished, award-winning journalist who has written for Dow Jones, USA Today and other publications, as well as served as business editor of a daily newspaper in Baltimore, Paul Dykewicz volunteers for a faith-based organization to assist the poor in Southeast Washington, D.C., to learn personal finance skills to lift themselves out of debt.

Tune in to this interview to find out the one piece of advice Paul offers to individuals who are struggling in debt.

The Keys to Riches Financial Wellness Series from Heather Wagenhals logoThis week’s key trivia is based on last week’s Key: Knowledge is Power, Not Knowing is Powerful
 
 Learn more about this week’s Key: Take Emotion Out of the Picture