Why the American Dream is Broken (Episode #42)

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What if everything you’ve been taught about the American Dream is really a myth?

why the american dream is broken







You know the dream,

Go to college, get a job, get married, buy a house with a white picket fence, have 2.2 kids and live happily ever after.

Think this is what you really want?

Well today we dig deep into the Myth of the American Dream and why you might not be as free as you might think you are.  My intention is to bring some clarity to a broken system that’s keeping you trapped from living the live of your dreams and my prayer is that today’s podcast episode comes as a blessing in your life so that you can start to work on designing a business around your lifestyle and not the other way around.














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Comments 2

  1. Ian

    This is great stuff Gabe. I never put two and two together and linked that morrir root (latin) to mortgage. You changed my life today my man.

    I always had this sneaking suspicion that a mortgage was modern day slavery. I suppose if you can use a mortgage to serve you then it could be seen differently… but if I we’re to be paying for a big house with a job I hated and 30-60% was going towards the place, it sure seems like slavery.

    Congratulations on getting out of Credit Card debt. I’ve been doing credit cards but paying each off every month religiously. The points and everything are really helpful… but I feel holding credit card debt is like holding lava so I’m good at avoiding growing death.

    By the way, I love the simplicity message. James Altutcher just interviewed a great Director about this in a podcast he did. It’s all about the value in simplicity too.

    The show is sounding amazing too my man. Keep up the good work!

    With appreciation,

  2. gabestrom

    Thanks for the thoughts @independentian:disqus, I’m glad this episode spoke to you. There’s so much value in simplicity, I’ll be sure to check out the podcast with James you mentioned.

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