Dan Harrison – How To Get Out Of Debt & Build Wealth

This is a powerful episode all about getting out of debt and building wealth with Dan Harrison, who is passionate about building community, developing leaders, cultivating self-awareness and supporting couples in having “the money conversations.”
Dan is a Senior Financial Strategist, creator of the 4 Love & Money Workshop, and owner of eMoney Coach inc., with over a decade of experience helping people create peace of mind and financial freedom.

Dan is inspired by the idea of a collective shift in consciousness from a “get” to a “give” mentality and as a result works with companies, charities and organizations who have big hearts, and are shifting the way our world thinks about giving.

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Some questions Connor asks…

  • Could you share a defining moment for you? (2:26)
  • Can you unpack what good debt and bad debt is? (8:13)

  • Could you share with us the looming threat of bankruptcy? (11:04)
  • What are some of the key things that you’ve learned about money itself? (16:39)
  • Tell us the Dan Harrison Secrets behind making money. (23:14)
  • Can you unpack what a diverse portfolio means and why it’s so important? (39:36)
  • What your thoughts are around things like RRSPs and other savings like that? (42:45)

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Thank You to the Team:

Editing & Mixing by: Aaron Johnson
Theme music by: Parlange & Latenite Automatic

2 Comments. Leave new

  • I like topic and also your guest Dan Harrison. It is interesting discussion specially about building up wealth. I myself is an independent advisor and I do agree with the points that Dan mentioned. Excellent!

    • Thanks for the comment and glad you enjoyed the interview. Dan definitely has a unique and powerful perspective.