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Ernman
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Ernman

Bronze Contributor, Male, 59, from Florida, USA

Read Millionaire Fastlane I've Read UNSCRIPTED FASTLANE INSIDER Speedway Pass

Crossed the Rubicon Mar 22, 2019

Ernman was last seen:
Apr 22, 2019 at 8:58 PM
    1. Ernman
      Ernman
      Crossed the Rubicon
    2. Ernman
      Ernman
      Still working on the need to attack. No shortage of ideas.
    3. Jason VanDevere
      Jason VanDevere
      I am listening to that book now, it is awesome! I hope you are enjoying it!
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      2. Ernman
        Ernman
        Yes, I did enjoy it. Please let us know what you think of it when you're done. Trying to decide what to listen to next.
        Mar 7, 2019
    4. Ernman
      Ernman
      Listening to Atomic Habits. Brainstorming ideas with the wife.
    5. Ernman
      Ernman
      Finished reading Fastlane and Unscripted. Now to make it happen!
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 30, 1959 (Age: 59)
    Location:
    Florida, USA
    Occupation:
    Director Buisness Development
    Your Expertise:
    Fastlane Student
    I'm a retired US Navy officer who knew another government job was a none starter. My first business book was Rich Dad, Poor Dad so I wasn't afraid to get into business - I just had no idea what I was doing. I've since read Think and Grow Rich, Laws of Success, and a dozen other self helps. I'm not afraid to learn - spent 2 years of weekends getting my MBA while working full time. I've tried and failed a couple times with my own start ups, always reverting back to the slow lane get a good job thing. When I almost lost my wife to cancer I asked myself, "why am I still driving an hour and half to work, putting in 10 hour days and driving back." I'm better than this and damn it, my wife deserves better. I made her a promise we'd be millionaires. It's about time I deliver. Fortunately, I came across MJ's books and now believe there's a road I didn't know about. I've a lot to learn and do, and looking forward to it all.