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Cody Wheeler
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One of life's major financial decisions is buying a car. This one decision that you'll make at least a few times in your life, can literally be worth six figures in your later years.

As you probably already know, I'm not one to keep debt around if I can avoid it. Here's a Car Payoff Calculator I built to help you design a payment plan to pay off your car (and keep it for the next 10 years.)

https://academysuccess.com/personal-finance-calculators-tools/car-payoff-calculator/
There's nothing wrong with driving a nice car, but I do recommend that you pay it off quickly. This car payoff calculator will help you figure out what your payments need to be.
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I just published this printable habit and productivity tracking calendar for you. It's a free download - no opt-in required.

Use this to visually track your progress with ingraining a new habit into your life.

https://academysuccess.com/printable-habit-and-productivity-tracking-calendar/
New habits can be tough to ingrain. Use this printable habit and productivity tracking calendar to visually track your progress. In 28 days, you'll have a brand new habit.
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You asked and here it is - every single website, app, and piece of software I use to manage my financial automation system.

I also reveal how the whole system works in this 4,500 word post. Sit down, take it all in, and then implement step 1, which I show you how to do at the end of this training.

https://academysuccess.com/all-of-the-apps-websites-and-services-i-use-to-drive-my-financial-automation-system/
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What to do with your tax return?

It sounds a little counter intuitive, but it’s actually very easy to take a big chunk of money and make your financial position far worse than it is right now. I’m here with this training to help you make that position better, wherever you are on the financial spectrum.

But before you do anything, I want you to think carefully about how what you do now is going to affect your life in the future, and how it aligns with the goals you’ve set for yourself both developmentally and financially.
When deciding what to do with your tax refund, it can be easy to go out and blow it all. With just a little bit of strategy, you can use this influx of cash to drastically increase your financial position.
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How did I get a credit score of 780+ in my 20s? Learn to hack your credit score with this infographic and detailed breakdown of the strategies within from yours truly. Then put it all on autopilot with the resources you'll find on Academy Success.
How can you really hack your credit score? I'll show you three easy to follow steps that you can get started on right away.
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How can you hack your internal dialogue to become more successful on autopilot?

I’ve been around quite a few people in my short life, some successful, and some not so successful (unfortunately none have been Patrick Stewart).

The one absolute constant in all of those who are happy, successful, and enjoying life is the language they choose to identify the tasks in their day.

And this isn’t limited to spoken language. It has a lot to do with your internal dialogue as well – which is incredibly power in and of itself.

Internal dialogue and the way we approach the language we use has an incredible effect on how we feel about the tasks in our daily lives.
Your internal dialogue can completely change the way you see the world. Everything you do is a choice. See the positives to instantly be more successful.
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You're probably getting tired of paying your student loan bills every month by now aren't you?

I built this calculator to help you figure out how quickly you can pay them off, and exactly how much you need to pay each month. If you make this a priority, I promise it's faster than you think!

Pro Tip: When you're finished with your calculation, automate it and make it happen! This is the key to success.

https://academysuccess.com/personal-finance-calculators-tools/student-loan-payoff-calculator/
I bet you're tired of paying your student loan debt by now aren't you? Use this simple student loan payoff calculator to figure how quickly you can pay them off, and exactly what your monthly payment will need to be!
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I've been putting off writing this one for a while, just because there are so many different ways to get started investing in stocks, but you asked for it, and here it is.

If you're looking to get started with investing and aren't sure how to do it, here's what I hope to be the most simple guide possible to take the first step.

https://academysuccess.com/how-to-get-started-investing-in-stocks/
To get started investing in stocks can be complex, but if you yank out all of the jargon that the pros throw at you, it can be boiled down to a few simple steps.
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Check out this "Academy Success Story" with Justin Miller of Limitless365.com. Read how Justin got his finances on the right track using financial automation, and behavioral psychology, all set up in just a couple of coaching sessions with yours truly.

https://academysuccess.com/an-academy-success-story-limitless-personal-finances-with-justin-miller-of-limitless365/
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When I first had the idea to write this after emailing with a coaching client, it was going to be about a 1,000 word post to help people get control of their spending.

What resulted was a 5,000 word monster resource about how to control impulse buying.

If you're looking to get control of your spending to improve your personal finances this year, this post is for you!

http://academysuccess.com/avoid-impulse-buying-deep-psychology-retailers-use-create-rock-solid-emotional-fortress/
Retailers are tricky, and will go to great lengths to prey on your impulse buying behavior. Here's how they do it, and how to avoid impulse buying with a few simple tips.
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Let me ask you a question.

Have you ever sat back and thought about how your mindset about money might be affecting the financial position that you’re in, or even the life position that you’re in?

Most mass media blogs only seem to talk about “saving money” “cutting back” “reducing costs” etc.

Why? Because it’s easy to optimize what you already have, and it’s incredibly easy for them to write about this.

Optimization is an important part of your personal finances, but cutting spending is not all there is to personal finance success.
Let me ask you a question. Have you ever sat back and thought about how your mindset about money might be affecting the financial position that you're in,
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Today, I have a challenge for you. What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do, that you’ve never done?

This can be anything.

Travel somewhere?
Jump out of a plane?
Learn a skill?
Start a website?
Picture yourself doing it. What does it feel like? Are you smiling? Are you happy? Are you absolutely thrilled?

Whatever it is, there is no reason you can’t do it. You have this desire for a reason, so why not make it happen?

Read the rest on AcademySuccess.com

http://academysuccess.com/a-challenge-to-make-your-dreams-become-a-reality/
What's the one thing you want to do that you've never done? Travel? Learn a skill? Jump out of a plane. Start a website? Whatever it is, I challenge you to take the next step today.
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Horrible service. We waited 20 minutes for drinks. We saw our server a total of 3 times. They spilled oysters on a friends lap, and we didn't see a manager a single time. We waited 60 minutes and never got our food. We were forced to leave hungry and we're not offered a single comp or apology. NOT Recommended.
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Four Barrel, is by far, the best gym experience I have ever had. It's incredibly well-run and the programming is very well thought out. Every time I work out, whether it's CrossFit or just lifting, I come away feeling awesome. The coaches are top-notch, and many are world-class athletes that compete in CrossFit competitions regularly. I've never had a question go unanswered. On top of that, the way that Four Barrel goes out of the way to create an amazing community for its members is incredible and a huge benefit.
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I've come to love this place in just a couple of times in taking my car there. Each time I've taken my car in, they have been in touch with me every step of the way, and even made it easy on me to schedule around traveling. The one thing I really love is their willingness to communicate by email. I'm often unable to answer the phone, so email works out very conveniently for this. I'd recommend this place to anyone looking for a reputable shop that knows their stuff, and won't try to sell you on things you don't need.
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