Do you want to achieve financial freedom, but have no idea how to get there? Do you feel like you just aren't making enough money? Are you stuck in debt and wish you could get out? Do you feel like your current financial plan isn't working or isn't working well enough? If you said yes to any of these questions, it's time for you to begin your 10-year turnaround. The Ten-Year Turnaround is a life-changing financial plan that will enable you to turnaround your money problems and finally achieve financial freedom.
By listening to The Ten-Year Turnaround, you'll learn how to:
In 2004, Matthew Paulson was a broke and in-debt college student that earned $7.00 an hour working at McDonalds. By using the wealth building strategies outlined in The Ten-Year Turnaround, Matthew was able to build a series of online businesses and amass a personal net worth of more than $10 million by the time he was 30 years old. Whether you're in debt or doing well, you can use the same strategies Matthew used to build wealth and achieve financial freedom faster than you ever thought possible.
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I'm a typical life learner that enjoys validating information I've heard, read or glimpsed over. I'm big on self help books.
I didn't read the print version, I have it as a reference though. I'm able to get through books faster because of the amount of time I spend driving and prefer audio over the print version.
I enjoyed how relatable the author is. I loved his personal perspective. He told his life and how he did it, and I respected it. Who's to say someone can't devise a plan for a 3 or 5 year turn around? I wasn't looking for a quick get rich scheme. I wanted to know the path Matt took to success and I loved how he formed his life in those ten years and he felt real for me.
Stu was remarkable. I felt like Stu was talking directly to me and not reading from a podium. That's the energy I need while driving. I've listened to too many books that put me to sleep because the narrator is dry.
The chapters that were well rounded. When Matt became wealthy he didn't stop teaching, he continued on the path of credit, insurance and taxes. Phenomenal, I never thought about that perspective but thanks to him I know it's something to put in my radar.
I definitely would. I feel like Matt does a fantastic job balancing what many major thought leaders say about finance management and business/entrepreneurship. He writes this book in a way that provides credibility to the opinions of Dave Ramsey, Tim Ferriss, Pat Flynn, and many others (whether they're directly mentioned or not), but still establishes them as what they are, ONE voice in the midst of many.
This book is especially valuable if you have had exposure to thought leaders and ever thought some of their principles were a little extreme or just unbalanced. Matt did a great job retaining everybody's message that it requires hustle and strategy to succeed, but there is a way to learn from everybody and find the principles that fit your personality and unique set of strengths.
Many thanks Matthew for writting this book. It is very well written and the ideas well structured and easy to absorb. I simply loved it.
I bought both the Kindle and the audiobook. Finished listened in less than 48h. Now I'm going back to the Kindle version to check my bookmarks and study the action steps you provided.
I'll write to you again before 2026.
I appreciate the authors honesty, he is not afraid l to tell the reader what he or she needs to hear in order to improve their financial situation. very applicable content. the author gives a plethora of free online resources to use. he covers quite a few topics, the ones that I would argue are most important - saving, investing, giving, as well as salary negotiation skills and starting your business. what I like most about this book is that the author always points you towards resources that will help further your understanding in the topics he discusses. which makes this a valuable resource for that reason alone.
Ten year turnaround is a very long time and second what he suggested is unrealistic even people with degrees have to work in jobs they are not getting paid enough and raises are very rare. The blue collar have student debt and even possible a mortgage too. Lucky him that his made it and his has a life compiling story about his humble beginning but I find it very hard to believe it in how he has become successful as solo entrepreneur. I am a very well educated, professional and also run my business so is not easy to fool me. Yes, it is true that everyone can try to save at least something for a rainy day and for future growth but is based on what the person can afford.
Yes, by being more realistic with the medium to low class of average American that lives paycheck by paycheck. How can anyone save $5K a month its impossible not with the high cost of living and inflation. Some families with two income per month don't even average that amount he proposes a month.
Not for everyone. Religious beliefs shared with basic, logical principle for managing money. I was looking for more of a specific book on investing.
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