Courses

Fast track yourself to financial sustainability and becoming unconstrained with our courses. Taught professionally by Myles Wakeham, these courses are provided as AUDIO downloads and include PDF documentation & supporting content. Each course is focused on a key part of the education learned from decades of actual experience - this is serious information that can shave decades off anyone attempting to go it alone, helping to get the actual results you are looking for. On each course page, you will find a sample chapter of the course and full description of the syllabus. The intended audience is well defined and expectations on what we expect our students to achieve, assuming they complete the entire course, is provided.

Episode 123 - America from an immigrant’s eyes

As someone who was raised in another country, and came to the USA at the age of 25, I already had the ideology of the country of my birth stamped into my psyche, but I was still at an age where I could carve it into the American experience. But 30 years later, the molding of my past with my American experience has unveiled so many observations that are often unseen by my American friends. So in this episode I wanted to talk about these things, and maybe you’ll hear something that will be unexpected.

Episode 122 - The positive side of forest fires

In this first episode of 2022, I'm going to talk about my experience in my early 20s that helped form much of my world view as to the connection between nature, our planet and our economy. I'm going to do a historical look back at events and how things could have turned out so much differently than what we are dealing with today, and what you may need to do for you and your family as a result.

Episode 121 - 2021 This year in freedom

In this annual wrap up for 2021 episode, I look at whether we have progressed to or strayed from being unconstrained in 2021. I review many aspects of freedom - money, thought & expression, travel and health. This episode is full of factual statistics that help you make some real sense of what is going on.

Episode 120 - The 4% rule - A round peg in a square hole

The round peg & the square hole – the concept of amassing liquid capital and saving, living frugally, and having a ‘nest egg’ as some magical method for a life of leisure, quitting the 9-5 workforce and retiring, seems to be the dream sold to all of us by the financial services industry. But it doesn’t work in a world of inflation, out of control govt spending and an economy that only survives based on consumption. Yet this is the continual debate on whether this method works, particularly for those in the FIRE community.

Episode 119 - How Jack bought 12 rental units in 3 years

Having gone through the adventures of buying rental real estate many decades ago, and now living a free and unconstrained life with no job because of it, I was interested to hear that I’m not alone. Today on the show I am joined by Jac k Allweil who, at the age of 32, is well on his way to building his real estate empire, having purchased property creatively and in only 3 years time, he has 12 rental units, with a goal to purchase 100 in 5 years. I think you’ll enjoy hearing his story.

Episode 118 - I bought a Bull Fighting Ring in Mexico

I told our Patreon subscribers about this, but it is now far enough along that I thought that it was time to share a personal story of a dream project. Partly because I wanted to invite you, the listeners, along on this journey but also because I want to demonstrate the adventures you can have if you are living an unconstrained life.

Episode 117 - A frank discussion on energy

Following the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland and it seems, particularly in Europe, that the only discussion on the table is about ‘green energy’. Look, I get it. We humans are a messy bunch and we’ve decided to burn sequestered fuel (fossil fuels) rather than take advantage of other energy sources. But are the solutions being discussed really the answer?

Episode 116 - Inside the IRS with attorney Anthony Parent

Today on the program I have a special treat for you. On this episode, I am joined by Anthony Parent, the co-founder of IRS Medic law firm. Anthony is an expert attorney on tax law, specifically with helping US persons who are either thinking about expatriation, expats, or those that find themselves accidentally falling foul of the US tax system. But what came out in this episode is an ‘inside baseball’ view of the IRS, what being an attorney for his clients and dealing with the IRS is like, and just how this affects all of us. I think you’ll find this episode very special.

Episode 115 - Why won’t people go back to work?

Often it makes me laugh how the macro economists, government advisors and banking experts pontificate on supply chain disruptions, unemployment rates and other statistical data as they pour over spreadsheets trying to find the reasons why things happen. But the answers are simple for this – yet few people are willing to address the truth. Let’s talk about this.

Episode 114 - Being sustainable like a farmer in the 21st century

When people think about ‘farming’ they typically think about growing food or animals for consumption. Whereas that is an important part of human survival, to be completely self-sufficient and sustainable in the 21st century, it takes more than that. In this episode I’m going to delve into different aspects of farming and how you can do this yourself in the quest to regain control and your freedom back.

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