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Dr. Vernard Hodges Author of "BET ON YOURSELF From Zero to Millions"

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Today's Episode: Dr. Vernard Hodges, is a founder & owner of multiple successful veterinary hospitals in Middle Georgia and now an author of the Book: Bet On Yourself...From Zero To Millions... Follow him online  http://betonyourselfbooks.com/

He developed a love and passion for all animals and a knack for trying to heal all things growing up on a farm in Georgia. He earned a Veterinary degree from the prestigious Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. His success starting up multiple business venture’s and wanting to create multiple streams of income led Dr. Hodges to start a real estate holding company which started with a investment in one single family home, growing into multi million dollar ownership of several apartment complexes and commercial properties. Dr. Hodges considers himself a serial entrepreneur and has invested in many successful ventures from Car lots to fish farms. He has won numerous awards for his business acumen and his personal goal of teaching the underdog how to create generational wealth! Dr Hodges started writing a blog about how to win by betting on yourself, Which ultimately led to the writing of the book Bet On Yourself..Zero to millions.Insert from the Book: No matter what you want to achieve in life, you need money. School teaches us almost nothing about money or how to make it. At best, school tells us how to become an employee. But for many people employment means limited options and low pay. And if you lose your one job, you're in big trouble. There is another way. BET ON YOURSELF: From zero to millions explains: -How to create multiple streams of income -Money 101 -What the stock market is and how it works -How to get started investing in rental properties Dr. Hodges shares his personal life lessons, often funny, but always meaningful, from hanging out with crack dealers as a teenager, to being mistaken for Mike Tyson on the other side of the world in South East Asia.