Tony Bradshaws Bio
Tony Bradshaw grew up in a lower-income neighbourhood in Nashville, TN. In 1996, he realized he was mismanaging his money and knew something needed to change. That’s when he set out to learn how to handle money better. At age 25, Tony made his Millionaire Choice, his choice to become a millionaire by age 40. He accomplished his goal in 2011.
With a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Tony spent the first six years of his career as an engineer/network administrator. In 2001, he entered the financial education world as part of an internet business and development group, where he spent 16 years bringing financial education products to the online world. Serving as CIO and COO for a major financial education company, Tony helped shape the strategy, technology, and systems to deliver financial education to those in need.
During his journey, Tony realized his own message and vision for helping people with their personal finances. In June 2017, Bradshaw began writing The Millionaire Choice with the vision of helping anyone become a millionaire, no matter their income, ethnicity, or financial situation. Tony aspires to create a movement of financially-educated and wealthy people who will make it their mission to fight poverty and help those in need around the world. He calls it The Millionaire’s Manifesto, and you can read it at www.themillionairechoice.com.
Books & Apps Mentioned During the Show:
- Good to Great – Jim Collins
- The One – Gary Keller
- Apples Keynote
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