Financial Independence Retire Early, Debt Free Podcast - The Unconstrained Podcast

 Listen our podcast episodes to learn how to become unconstrained, debt free and financially independent. Subscribe our podcast to get latest updates.  If you love embracing the way of Financial Sustainability, you will LOVE The Unconstrained Podcast. 

Myles Wakeham hosts the Unconstrained Podcast.  A semi-weekly podcast aimed at building a community of like-minded thinkers who are trying to escape the clutches of the debt enslaved 21st century world, living an unconstrained lifestyle.  The podcast offers teachings, valuable insight and interviews with thought leaders in this space.  We encourage you to FEEDBACK to us on any episode, and you can find all the resources you need to listen to our show, and subscribe to it on your favorite podcast playing device.

 

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Episode 093 - Be your own bank

In this episode I am joined by Scott Rulon, CPA, to discuss the concept of Inflinite Banking and whether this is a solution to escaping the clutches of the banking cartel and getting your financial freedom back.

Episode 092 - Your right to privacy

There are so many resources available that explain techniques you can adopt that respect your privacy, however few put in context why this is a mandatory requirement of the unconstrained, and why you MUST begin to change your habits and take back your right to privacy. In this episode we will explore privacy as a factor of being unconstrained and financially free.

Episode 091 - Give yourself permission to be unconstrained

Recently I’ve been seeing the direct contrast of how we live our lives to be unconstrained and our friends who don’t. In this episode I want to explore mindset. It is one thing to WANT to be unconstrained, but an entirely different thing to give yourself PERMISSION to do it. And that seems to be the #1 obstacle that most of my friends have.

Episode 090 - You don’t own things.  Things own you.

The fallacy of ‘The one with the most toys, wins’ is one of the worst betrayals to be executed on the human being. We are constantly challenged by social mantra to spend more, support the economy, buy that boat or that ATV, get a better car, etc. Yet we all know that this only leads to depression, hurt and a loss of hope. In this episode I want to explore the psychology of consumption and how the small actions of saying No are the secret of having much, much more in life.

Episode 089 - Straddling the line; Parallel societies - An Interview with Paul Rosenberg

In this episode I talk with writer, philosopher & cryptographer Paul Rosenberg about the current state of the western world, history of the fall of empires and how a common theme in most was the existence of parallel societies that often thrived as a result of the collapse of the empire in which they lived. Let's see if we can draw some parallels and advantages to our lives by looking to the recent past.

Episode 088 - Straddling the line & escaping our dystopian future

There’s a fine line between wholesale embracement of a failing system, and the extreme decision to escape it. Much like mainstream thinking vs. conspiracy, the truth lies somewhere in the middle. In this (and the next few episodes) I’m going to talk about trying to find balance between two systems – the current Western banker backed economic system, and what could become a new and somewhat better system for us all.

Episode 087 - Fight back against debt with Garrett Charity

In a world of bankers who wish to enslave you from the ripe old age of 18 until the day you die, there’s a time when we have to say enough is enough. On this episode I sit down with Garrett Charity, attorney at McCarthy Lawyers and we learn the “inside baseball” of debt negotiation and elimination, and talk about how his firm reduces or even eliminates student loan and credit card debt for their clients.

Episode 086 - The difficult conversation about life expectancy

At whatever stage one is at in one’s life, knowing that we all have an expiration date is a constant consideration in all things that we do. Yet few of us actually see the forest for the trees in our lives, and our planning is often done reluctantly rather than strategically. In this episode I’m going to attempt lay out the facts of life expectancy and how the current planning of the financial services industry & government policy needs a serious amount of rework.

Episode 085 - Don’t be rich

We live in a time where out of control government spending and tax policy reminds me of growing up in business in the 1980s in Australia – when taxes were mega high, interest rates over 20% for a home mortgage and we learned to build a quality life while being poor. Today is much the same, yet we are not seeing things for what they are and we all fall victim to that mistake. In this episode I will explain the social & financial climate we live in, the massive risks and how you can get out of the blast zone of high inflation, high taxation and be unconstrained.

Episode 084 - Expense compartmentalization

A technique I have used for years that has helped me become unconstrained is to compartmentalize my expenses. In this episode I will explain what this means, how to use it to your advantage and the organic ripple effect it has to becoming financially sustainable and unconstrained.

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