THE233: How to Achieve a Life of Time, Money, and Freedom with Vincent Pugliese

The Hidden Entrepreneur Show with Josh Cary

07-03-2022 • 36 mins

Today we are excited to have Vincent Pugliese in our show, the founder of the Total Life Freedom Community. Vincent has been a professional photographer for more than twenty-three years and is an award-winning international photographer. He has also photographed every major sporting event, including all the Olympic Games such as the Super Bowl, the World Series, the NHL Finals, the Kentucky Derby, and even Wrestlemania! Vincent and his wife Elizabeth own and run Elizabeth Vincent Photography, specializing in documentary weddings and corporate photography.

Even though Vincent and Elizabeth live a highly unconventional life and do not rely on a school system, they still believe that having control of your time, your money, and the work you do, is the ultimate in self-determination. While teaching others to do the same, the movement of Total Life Freedom was born.

If you are passionate about creating a life of time, money, and location freedom with others who share your values, then the Total Life Freedom Community might be the place for you.

Tune in!

During this episode, you will learn about;

[02:45] Why titles do not drive Vincent, and how it all started

[04:28] His New York childhood experiences and how they shaped his personality

[06:57] His job as a coach

[09:06] The transformation journey

[11:06] Helping others versus helping yourself. Where to draw the line

[13:12] His experience as a sports photographer

[15:46] Have a structure like water but move forward

[18:00] How to voice out your opinions without feeling guilty

[24:07] How his Total Life Freedom was born

[31:29] Its theme and the lessons you can learn

[35:36] How you can connect with Vincent and episode wrap up

Notable Quotes

  • If you help others get what they want, you’ll also get what you want in return.
  • It’s healthy to have goals, but achieving them at the expense of humanity is unhealthy.
  • It’s okay to be contented and not satisfied.

Connect with Vincent Pugliese