Matt Sapaula Net Worth (2022 Update): From Combat Veteran To Millionaire Life Coach

Former Marine Corps veteran Matt Sapaula is your go-to guy for financial freedom. From basic budgeting to Insurance 101, he’s been teaching the world how to become military millionaires and achieve a net worth of $6 million.

Matt Sapaula Net Worth
But How Did He Make His Money?

The one thing that’s well-known about ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWs) – the folks worth at least $30 million USD – is that virtually ALL of them have some part of their fortune in real estate.

Many of the more famous rich people and “celebrity entrepreneurs” actually got their start in real estate. And that’s great for them! Not so much for us…

See, more millionaires are created during recessions than any other part of the economic cycle. Which is cool, except the last real recession was 2008, when real estate prices were in the tank and you could buy a whole neighborhood with $100,000.

Now, though, real estate prices are through the roof, and interest rates are skyrocketing too. So how does the everyday person start building a massive net worth in an economy like this one?

Have you considered Digital Real Estate?

The internet’s been around for decades, but the possibility of actually owning high-value pieces of property ON the internet is fairly new.

In other words, it’s a wide open playing field…but it won’t stay that way forever.

Here’s a quick summary of how Digital Real Estate works:

You invest a little money (maybe around $100) to either purchase or build a piece of “land” on the internet.

You specifically place this “land” in a high-traffic area, where lots of people pass through (just like traditional real estate, it’s all about Location, Location, Location).

The folks who pass through your “land” all happen to be looking for a specific product or service, so you “rent” your land to a business owner who happens to offer that product or service.

The business owner pays you $500 to $2,000 a month to “rent” your Digital Real Estate, because it helps them connect with their ideal customers.

Think of it like buying a strip mall, or an office space, just on the internet, for WAAAAYYY less money and headache.

Still Getting Paid

If you’d like to learn more about Digital Real Estate, attend this free live training session from ScamRisk’s #1 recommended trainer.

But for now, let’s dig in a little more about Matt Sapaula…

Net Worth:

$6 million

Age:

48

Born:

October 31

Country of Origin:

USA

Source of Wealth

Entrepreneur, Industry Leader, Coach, And Speaker

Last Updated

2022

Matthew Sapaula, also known as the Money Smart Guy, is a combat veteran of the United States Marine Corps who moved into the insurance industry.

He is a financial coach whose goal is to change his clients’ futures by giving them the information, tools, and advice they need to develop and reach financial independence.

The Money Smart team holds online seminars, mentor and mastermind group sessions, and live events where they teach about relevant ways to build wealth and be successful business owners.

Matt Sapaula also runs a YouTube channel, “7 Figure Squad,” that posts videos on becoming a first-generation millionaire.

Matt Sapauala makes money by selling merchandise, ads, speeches, and coaching.

Matt Sapaula also works with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago every year during Money Smart Week, a public awareness campaign meant to help people better in managing their personal finances.

early Life

Early Life Matt Sapaula

Matt Sapaula spent eight years in the Marines. When he got out, he took $500 and used it to get a license in California to sell life insurance.

He worked as a producer for 12 years. Even though he had never worked in the insurance business, out of 25,000 licensed agents, he was the best at sales.

Career

Matt Sapaula Career Highlights

After Matthew Sapaula left the Marine Corps, his first job in the financial services industry was at a large brokerage firm in southern California.

He was one of the first veterans to use the GI Bill to go to DePaul University’s Financial Planning program.

He got one-on-one training from senior experts in the financial planning industry, like the New York Times best-selling author of Missed Fortune 101 and Last Chance Millionaire, Douglas R. Andrew.

Matt Sapaula wanted to share new financial information with as many people as possible, so he became a financial editor.

His career took off when he met Mr. Valuetainment, Patrick Bet-David, who became his mentor and joined Patrick’s life insurance marketing company PHP Agency.

PHP is a national field marketing organization that gives people who want to be life insurance agents in the future part-time or full-time opportunity.

PHP partners with top insurance and annuity carriers with a mission to save America through free enterprise, through the form of teaching people in managing business, entrepreneurship, and how to make their own economy.

He writes for N’Digo Magazine and is a regular guest on WGN Morning News, FOX Good Day Chicago, NBC, and ABC, where he gives viewers the tools they need to develop the financial life they want in a changing economy.

Matt Sapaula was a co-host on “The Invested Life,” a new reality show about money on MSN Money for two seasons. He is also known as the “Money Smart Guy” in the media and hosts a podcast about money called “Money Smart Show.”

How Does He Do It?

PHP Agency

Matt Sapaula Success Clues

One: sometimes, it’s better to search for professional mentorship.
Two: YOU NEED A SYSTEM TO GROW.
Three: Don’t ever forget personal development.

Featured Matt Sapaula's Best Quotes Of All Time Quotes

"Hardwork doesn't pay in the wrong industry."
"If the devil can't take you down, he'll just keep you busy."
"The answer for either situation - broke vs poor - is a DECISION followed by ACTION."
"it's not normal to not ever have money and enjoy the best of what life has to offer."
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