Harris says he is, “the man that teaches us how to squeeze more juice out of our orange” and he is living his dream, just like Frank Sinatra (I did it my way).
He is the type of guy that can do just about anything, and he will teach you quite a few things on our show.
By the age of 28 Harris built a successful construction business. He then left that business to spend time with his family and simplify his life.
Shortly after, he started an indoor farming business, which became successful. He sold it and replicated it in Florida. He then eventually sold that one too, and moved back to NYC.
In New York, he started a daily car rental agency. Drawing upon his business experiences he quickly grew the company from four vehicles to 78. After a successful run of seven years he then sold that business.
It is now in its 2nd edition and is available as both a paperback and an e-book on his Website: HarrisHelps.org
Harris teaches us about money and how to keep it right here on Revenue Chat.
- Just because you’re smart doesn’t mean you’re successful.
- How to squeeze more juice out of our orange, what that means, and how to do it.
- How to get into business whether you want to buy a business, take a partner, etc.
- How much money do you need to be rich? The answer will surprise you.
- The biggest mistake you can ever make.
- There are only two reasons you need money, only two.
- A simple practical drill you can do that will open your eyes forever, and for some, it makes Christmas come early.
- How to save money weekly without changing your lifestyle, such as going out to dinners.
- New ways to look at your job or business and save. Ways to work less, make more, enjoy your life.
- The three rules to be successful in business and life that is just one word.
- Advice for the successful person: fresh eyes.
- How to deal with debt and collection companies—great advice!
This is a great interview with Harris Glasser, author of the popular book, “Its My Money and I Want It!”
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Thanks, and remember:
YOU can make life better for yourself and everyone: Choose Wisely!