July 18, 2012

Financial Freedom: Living Beyond Paycheck-to-Paycheck

The majority of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, many of them struggling just to make ends meet. It seems that more people seek financial help from friends, family, and the government. […]

The majority of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, many of them struggling just to make ends meet. It seems that more people seek financial help from friends, family, and the government. Then there’s a smaller population who is enjoy a financially independent life. How can you become part of that population? Listen to The Dani Johnson Show as Dani shares how you can live beyond paycheck-to-paycheck & gain your financial freedom!

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  1. Neil Koehler July 18, 2012
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    Can’t wait for this one. Amazing event in Dallas.

  2. Carl J. July 18, 2012
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    Notebook in hand. 😉

  3. Danettea July 18, 2012
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    Trying to get it to stream through & it’s not working. Would love to be able to hear it!

    • Danettea July 18, 2012
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      Dani,
      Would love to hear your voice & everything you have to say but I have been trying since 11 CT & still having no luck.

      Danettea

    • Aubrey Cavazos July 18, 2012
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      Hi Danetta, sorry to hear you are having difficulties listening. I dont see any technical issues on our end, it could possibly be your internet connection is too slow? We will have the recorded show posted after the show – this might work better for you. Thanks again for coming on and taking the steps to freedom!

  4. LaLoni Kromer July 18, 2012
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    $230 food bought for FSTS. Fed around 55 over the weekend. If everyone gave towards the food the average cost was $4.18 per person. Paid cash for my ticket, 8 in the room that was less then $62 per person, paid cash for the room. Paid cash for items from Dani’s library. Bought CD’s at event. Paid cash for gas. Carpooled with two others. Ate out of the cooler not at fast food. Yes we did get like tea and coffee but on the dollar menu. Now have others thinking about how they can do the same thing for the next FSTS in Washington DC. It feels so good to know I paid cash for my whole trip.

  5. Aubrey Cavazos July 18, 2012
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    OH MY GOSH!!! Great message Dani! You are really on fire today! wooohooo!

  6. Laura Street July 18, 2012
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    Thank you Senoa (I hope I am spelling your name right) for calling in. I have been pluggin in off and on since Nov 2010 and using the excuse that my boyfriend is not onboard with me with what I am learning and staying as a 98% because its more comfortable and easier.
    I got the message that Dani spoke to you about solving the problem of your husband and paying off debt while you are able to stay at home to be the mom that you want to be. Blessings to you Senoa.

  7. Viola Tam July 21, 2012
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    Hi, Dani,

    Great point about the next generation not getting educated about ‘financial literacy’.

    You War on Debt message is loud and strong. Absolutely, we need to spread the word thatour future life need not be the same as the past life!

    “The bigger the problem to solve, the bigger the paycheck.” What great wisdom! Network Marketing is indeed the most amazing vehicle for anyone to go from ZERO (or even in debt) to HERO.

    Dani, I appreciate your strong wake up call for united action.

    Viola Tam

  8. Lori Favela July 29, 2012
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    still, learning about the Wealthy. We must do everytihng to set us apart from all the rest

  9. Tara Gilbert August 22, 2012
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    When I click on the links on this site get a search bar. Anybody else have that problem?