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Garrett, why did you write Killing Sacred Cows?

I'm passionate about finances because I'm passionate about the human spirit, about our ability to create, to produce, to innovate, and to experience joy and fulfillment. Unfortunately, there are many amazing people with incredible gifts, but they may be limited by mistruths in their financial lives. My ultimate hope is that this book will help unleash the power of the individuals who read it and internalize its message.

The message is unique in that it blends the empowerment of the self-improvement industry with the technicality of the financial industry. When readers can make the connection between their finances and their societal contributions, we will see phenomenal breakthroughs and increased productivity. And as people begin to prosper more--under the correct definition--we will see more happiness and abundance in the world.
About Garrett
Garrett tackles a topic (money and finance) that is critically important, yet normally neglected by most people and especially by business owners (mostly due to the painfully boring nature of this field and advisors who give horrible/harmful advice).

As an entrepreneur, financial advocate, the Founder of Wealth Factory ( and author of the NY Times bestselling book Killing Sacred Cows, Garrett has dedicated his career to making personal finance simple, immediately actionable and even enjoyable.

He has appeared on the television shows ABC’s Good Money, Your World with Neil Cavuto on Fox, CNBC’s Squawk on the Street (although he was kicked off), First Business as well as over a thousand radio interviews, podcasts, and newspaper articles—and his firm was named to the Inc 500.

Garrett brings passion to debunking the many widely accepted myths and fabrications that undermine the prosperity and joy of millions of people.

His mission is to free 1 million people by creating economic independence, show 100,000 people in the next decade to eliminate budgeting and capture wealth without cutting back, help 10,000 individuals buck the banking system and establish a way to earn interest rather than pay it—and deliver a comprehensive financial team for 2,000 up-and-coming businesses so they too can have access to a Rockefeller style, virtual family office (complete financial team). 

If you want to keep more of what you make and boost your bottom-line without having to cut back, work harder or take any additional risk …..Garrett is your guy.

Stephen, why was Killing Sacred Cows a project you wanted to be involved with?

Garrett and I share the same passion for the human spirit. I've been honored to work closely with Garrett for a few years now, attending his seminars and being mentored by him, and assisting him with various writing projects. When he told me his idea for the book, I was convinced that it was a message that would resonate with people and help them to become more financially free.

Human freedom is my ultimate passion, and a significant aspect of personal freedom is financial freedom. The more people who are financially free, the less suffering we will see in the world. And I believe this book will have significant impact toward that end.
About Stephen
Stephen Palmer is a book ghostwriter, author, and purpose coach. He is the author of Manifest Destiny: Choosing a Life of Greatness and Uncommon Sense: A Common Citizen's Guide to Rebuilding America. Over the past ten years he has authored, co-authored, ghostwritten, or substantially edited 28 books.

Stephen and his wife, Karina, are raising their four children in southern Utah. When he's not writing or coaching, you'll find him reading, spending time with his family, or canyoneering in Zion National Park. To learn more visit
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Dear Garrett & Steve:
Thanks for writing a great book, Killing Sacred Cows. The book flows well, and it is great to see you folks speaking up about Casino America. You are one hundred percent correct, the best investment is in yourself and in the final analysis, our primary purpose should be to be of maximum value and service to others. Well done.
All the best.
Barry J. Dyke, RIA All Rights Reserved
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