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Soul Level Wealth

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Fuzzy and Suzy Manning

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Linda P. Jones is America’s Wealth Mentor. She uses an innovative approach to financial wealth and security. She teaches how to achieve your financial dreams by literally transforming the way you think and learn about building wealth. Without focusing on boring numbers, budgets, or spreadsheets, she makes finance fun and relatable by sharing stories from her own experiences becoming a self-made multi-millionaire. She shows you how to build wealth in a way that Wall Street doesn’t teach. She believes that the Twin Pillars of Wealth Building are the shortest and most direct paths to financial success – following the billionaire model of investing and creating a luxury brand business. Linda grew up in a middle-class family living near some of America’s wealthiest families, sparking a lifelong quest to understand the secrets to becoming wealthy. At first she thought traditional Wall Street-style investing would provide the answer. And she certainly was successful. Over the course of a 25-year career on Wall Street, she became a Regional Vice President at a large investment firm and was responsible for a territory producing more than $200 million in annual sales. But, at the same time, she realized she was actually building money faster at home by using her own strategies. Linda made her first million by age 38 after identifying a lucrative pattern of financial cycles. She doubled that million the next year. Using the same strategy, she was also able to identify the peak of the real estate bubble and correctly determine when to sell at the top, while many other experts didn’t. It was a tragedy in Linda’s personal life that inspired her to share her hard won wealth-building knowledge on a large scale. After suddenly losing her husband to a brain aneurism when she was just 45, Linda felt enormously grateful that she was financially safe and secure and had the knowledge to deal with important financial decisions.

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