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How To Become A Millionaire In All Areas Of Your Life

The Millionaire Mindcast is a show that focuses on all things mindset, money, and motivation to help aspiring millionaires from all walks of life increase their income, impact, and influence.

I’m Matt Aitchison - a 7-figure real estate investor, millennial entrepreneur, speaker and educator - and every Monday I interview a badass millionaire or thought leader who is living the "Whole Life Millionaire" lifestyle and taking their wealth far beyond what dollars can buy.

Join me each week for new insights as you march toward that million-dollar milestone and design your dream life. It's time to define what true wealth means to you, make your money matter, and unleash your millionaire within.

May 20, 2019


Failure is not a sign to give up but a sign to strive hard and learn more. Everybody made mistakes, it’s just how you’ve learned from it and use the best of it in the future.  

In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have a remarkable guest, Ken Wimberly who dig in his constant entrepreneurial evolution and endeavors, shares his journey of living like a millionaire in all areas of his life, how he balanced his time for business, family, and for himself, and things that bring awareness and enhance your intentionality as a person.  

Ken is a bit of a serial entrepreneur, a successful real-estate investor, owns real-estate offices, own lots of real estate asset, community leader, and constantly gives back to charities. He is the founder and Chief Visionary Officer of KW Net Lease Advisors, a commercial real estate brokerage firm headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. He is a founding partner in Laundry Luv, a chain of laundromats with a mission to educate, equip, and inspire those in the communities where they serve. He is also the Operating Principal/Franchise Owner of Keller Williams Realty in Abilene, TX. He has 16 streams of passive income and 4 streams of active income. 

Ken Wimberly is the founder and visionary behind Legacy of Love, LLC., is the world's first and foremost parent-to-child journaling platform. The mission is to inspire parents and grandparents to become more involved and more purposeful in helping their children to grow up with happy, determined, and fulfilled lives.  

Early in his life, Ken didn’t have positive influences and had a negative life.  As he grew up, he feels like there were lots missing in his life. Influenced by Tom Cruise’s movie and seeking for discipline, at 12-years-old he got into a full-time military boarding school where he learned discipline and leadership. Did well academically and graduated as valedictorian of his class. It gives him confidence, it instills a sense of pride and confidence. Later on, he served the country as a US Navy. 

Other than that, Ken always loved numbers and so he decided to become an entrepreneur and open up a restaurant. But he always thought about the real-estate industry while operating his restaurant. So when opportunity and chance came, he grabbed it & got into the commercial real-estate business. He tried hard and did researching properties and learning everything. He believed he can figure things out. He surrounded himself with the right mentor, right people, tirelessly did repetition and repetition in building his skills over and over until he became that person that earns that paycheck and more consistent paychecks. Ken continues working and working and putting deals in front of other people. His commission goes higher and higher.  

In addition, he found a book that got him into the journey of self-discovery, continuously creating more relationships and building the right mindset.  Despite how busy in his entrepreneurial career, Ken still makes time for his family, and himself. His family is his top priority and communication is key to get that support from them. Above all, Ken gives value to the memories they’ve shared in their family especially his children and so he created the ‘Legacy of Love’. It’s a legacy that captures memories that might otherwise fade away with time. 

Some Questions I Ask: 

  • Where it all began and what lead you down to the path that you’ve been on for the last 15 or so years? (01:48) 
  • Why did you choose commercial over residential real-estate? (22:18) 
  • Was it always that you have this clarity in your ‘why’, are you intentional of building that or was it an accumulation over time? (24:31) 
  • Is it necessary to be all-in on business, if yes, how to balance other areas in your life? (27:30) 
  • What are some of the challenges that you’ve encountered in pursuing a rich life? (33:26) 
  • What are some of your biggest challenges with this new business that you’re kicking of? (40:30)  
  • What is the Legacy of Love? (41:42) 
  • If you have a million dollars right now and you have to invest it, what would you do with it and why? (54:06) 
  • What’s the most influential relationship you’ve had in the last year and why? (54:42) 
  • If you were given two weeks to live, what’s your top one or two bucket list items that you would want to check off? (55:32) 
  • The number one habit or muscle or discipline that you’ve had really developed that serve you at the highest level over your entire life, career, or business? (56:17) 
  • What’s the number habit or discipline that you’re working on strengthening this year? (57:34) 

In This Episode, You Will Learn: 

  • One of the biggest mistake he did that shuts down his business. (08:39) 
  • How did Kim pull himself out of the dark times in business? (10:02) 
  • How he decided to make a leap and get into real-estate. (12:27) 
  • The concept of ‘big why’ that awaken him up. (17:21) 
  • The affirmation that he did every day that keeps him in line with his purpose. (19:06) 
  • The analogy of business and family. (26:48) 
  • How health relates to being all-in in all areas of life. (31:02) 
  • Kim’s one piece of knowledge or advice to unlock a rich and fulfilling life. (59:13) 


  • “Do something that’s going to make you different” 
  • “We made mistakes after mistakes.” 
  • “I believed in myself.” 
  • “I believed that we could have done what we wanted to do.” 
  • “I believed that there would be another opportunity for me.” 
  • “I am real to be intelligent.” 
  • “The money is not the reason to get into one side.” 
  • “Your health can’t get neglect.” 
  • “When you have your health in place, you’ve got the energy to be all-in in the world.” 
  • “Having the team is leverage to think.” 
  • “Create a product and get it out there so that the world can be doing what you’re doing.” 
  • “Read something positive every single day.”  

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