CCC024: Interview with 48 Days’ Dan Miller

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Dan Miller is the author of the New York Times best selling 48days to the Work You Love, No More Dreaded Mondays, and Wisdom meets Passion. He has been a guest on CBS’s The Early Show, MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Mathews, Moody MidDay Connection, and the Dave Ramsey Show. He has spoken at the White House Christian Fellowship, and is in high demand at national conferences on changes in the workplace, and at universities and business conferences. Over 130,000 people have subscribed to his weekly newsletter, his 48DaysPodcast consistently ranks in the top 3 under Careers on iTunes, and the business community is viewed as an example around the world for those seeking to find – or create – work they love.

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  • Loved this episode of CCC and I’m telling all of my friends about it. I’ve decided to get ready of my 13 Accord Lease and buy something for cash. Thanks James for your wisdom and encouraging words. Even smart people make financial mistakes when they allow themselves to fall into the trap of believing that a Mortgage and a Car Payment are things that you will always have to pay…That’s a lie!

    • James Kinson

      Thank you Randy! I appreciate your feedback.

      I think most people have the opinion that millionaires pay cash for their cars because they have money. I think they are millionaires in part because they pay cash for their cars.

      I wish you the best going after your cash car. Let me know if I can be of any help.