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Mark Jackson II grew up in New Orleans and ended up in Oklahoma City by way of the Air Force. During his time in the military, he had the opportunity to live in Japan for three years before being stationed in Oklahoma, where he decided to stay indefinitely.
Because Mark still wanted to serve his country, he became a civilian Department of Defense employee. He also took the opportunity to go to college, which he hadn’t been able to do earlier. He also made the courageous decision to start his own business, which he’ll discuss in this episode.
Mark’s strength and area of expertise lies in ageless energy that’s rooted in being financially successful and free of the constant stress of debt. As you likely know if you’ve ever been in debt of any kind (whether from a home, a car, credit cards, medical issues, or even going to college), owing money is something that hangs over your head and is constantly present as a stressor in your life. Imagine the energy and freedom that could come from removing this stress!
As we discuss, though, not all debt is necessarily a bad thing. This comes up as we discuss my very recent real estate transaction, as you’ll hear about in our conversation! In addition to talking about financial freedom, Mark and I discuss topics including affirmations, indecision, and the powerful fact that regardless of your age or race, your character can trump all stereotypes when someone meets you.
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[01:20] - Mark starts off the show by telling us more about himself and how his life path has brought him to where he is today.
[03:35] - Mark touches on the role of finance (and not being in debt) in feeling 22 at any age. He then talks about his life after college.
[05:02] - Dr. George steps in to talk about affirmations that he memorized and has used to stay positive.
[07:02] - We learn more about what Mark does in terms of finances, with him explaining that financial stress is what prompted him to become more entrepreneurial.
[11:37] - How can listeners get in touch with Mark if they’re interested in becoming his clients or working with him? Mark answers, then talks more about his book.
[14:36] - Dr. George asks whether mind, body, or spirit is most important to Mark, and why. Mark responds, then Dr. George talks about his recent experience in dealing with real estate and the opportunities that have arisen from that.
[19:33] - Mark responds to Dr. George’s story, pointing out the universal cause-and-effect phenomenon involved.
[20:43] - Indecision steals energy, Mark explains, but many of us suffer from it on multiple topics.
[22:38] - Dr. George points out that there needs to be more information out there about the topics Mark is discussing, which is the need that this podcast is filling.
[24:21] - Dr. George is a “middle-aged white dude” and Mark is a “young, African-American millennial,” but they get along because good people attract good people, as Mark points out. This allows them to reach more people, Dr. George explains.
[25:42] - Mark memorably points out that your character trumps all stereotypes when someone meets you.
[26:39] - Dr. George talks about the upcoming Ageless Energy conference that will take place October 20th and 21st, 2017. To learn more or sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
[29:45] - One of the biggest benefits Mark gets from events is being around like-minded people, he explains.
[31:41] - Mark briefly discusses the importance of mind, body, spirit, and energy. He then touches on how Dr. George is helping to make a difference in the lives of listeners.
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