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She said she listened to my residual income stream podcast a few years ago and then started working on her residual income streams.  Then she had income coming in every month which funds her and her family doing six months of travel.  

She came to my house and we spent about an hour and 45 minutes comparing notes.  

http://www.jillsofalltradespodcast.com/






 
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Thanks for the podcast. just what I needed to hear when I needed it!
 
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Does anyone have a currently working link to the podcast?
 
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Jerry Ward wrote:Does anyone have a currently working link to the podcast?



I went to the link above and had a look.   it is podcast 017.

 
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