Adrian Cartwood – 7 Million in 7 Years

Serial Entrepreneur, Angel Investor, Author and, Owner of – Adrian John Cartwood

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Adrian John CartwoodAdrian explains how important finding his life purpose was in creating 7 million in seven years. Plus how the heck did he find his life’s purpose?

You’ll also learn:

– Why he doesn’t like budgets and has never had one (but what he did instead)

– What online business his high school son started that now makes $100,000 a year

– A great exercise to help you get clear on what you want in life

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Have you found your life’s purpose? How important do you think it is?

Thanks so much for listening!



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17 responses

  • Great interview. What he says make sense.
    I just bought his book via Kindle and got on his mailing list.
    Thanks Jaime.

    • Glad you liked it Owen! šŸ™‚ Let me know what you think of the book!

      • I finished the book. The first two thirds is about finding the number(money that you need to achieve a passive income) you need to work towards. Very interesting, but it did not clearly state sure fire ways to achieve that number. I think business, investing or developing property are the best ways. In addition, if you are talented in singing or acting, that might work too. At $3.99 downloaded onto my ipad from Amazon, it’s worth a read. Thanks Jaime

        • Owen, how to get your Number will be the subject of my NEXT book šŸ˜‰

          BTW: if you leave an honest review at, I’ll send you a signed copy of my book. Same for any EventualMillionaire’ers who have read the Kindle version …

  • Your podcasts continue to be amazing! Thank you for the education and inspiration. I am attending NMX for the first time in January and I noticed that you are speaking the first day. I am very excited to actually listening to you present live.


    • Thanks Walt! I’m excited to meet you in person. Make sure you come say hi šŸ™‚

    • Glad you signed up for accountability during the speech Walt! šŸ™‚

  • I seriously have my doubts about this guy. Doesn’t seem like he is actually wealthy to me. Just look at his poverty website…

    • The clothes do not make the man šŸ˜‰

      • I understand that but the guy didn’t even seem very intelligent to me. I just got a bad feeling as soon as he started talking about meditation and “finding his goal in life”… sounded like too much spirituality nonsense to me. You are still sexy as ever though Jaime.

        • I have to agree with Frederick, Jamie your selection of top for this interview really was a nice choice. Very sexy, keep up the great work!

  • Clearly, Adrian is a businessman but this interview caused me to ask myself, “what and why am I afraid, when I am failing either way not fulfilling my purpose or playing it safe?” I admire the confidence and focus Adrian practice in his life, I believe these are qualities of a ‘purposeful’ entrepreneur to create for myself as an eventual “succeeder”!

  • Great interview. I heard the first one way back when and can’t believe how much your interviewing skills have improved. Your killing it. Adrian offers a refreshing look at getting to your number. It’s not about the money, it’s about the why. . As a financial advisor, I see too many clients focusing on the number versus the lifestyle. He completely turns the retirement number on its head and focuses on why you want to get there and then how to get there in the least amount of time. Unlike other so called “gurus” he did it first BEFORE he became a successful author/celebrity. Keep up the good work!

    • THanks Cory! So good to hear I’m improving šŸ˜‰
      Love Adrian’s approach too!

  • she should take notes from Andrew from Mixergy he intereviews better

    • I interviewed Andrew and he’s a friend. šŸ™‚
      He’s actually given me tips, and said I was a fantastic interviewer.
      I always try to get better, but everyone has their own opinion!

  • Adrian’s blog is one I’ve been following for a while because he has more strategy and depth in his posts than a lot of PF bloggers. I enjoyed the talk, thanks for posting!

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