This is the Wealth Junkies show brought to you by CEO Capital Partners! Brandon Dukeman and Will Harvey, your hosts, deliver the daily fix you’re looking for with exciting, wealth building secrets and strategies for what’s working today. Listen to real-life stories straight from the mouths of some of the hottest, most successful, entrepreneurs and financial freedom seekers to fuel your success addiction.
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About Your Host, Brandon Dukeman
Choosing the college route, Brandon played college football at Shepherd University for two years as a 290lb offensive lineman. Making the decision to focus on his health and education, he transferred to George Mason University, where he finished his degree, while working full-time, and successfully dropped 60lbs in just a few short months. At just 20 years old, Brandon was hired as a police officer in Virginia, making him one of the youngest officers in the department at the time. During his midnight shifts, the decision to create a life of financial freedom came alive. Brandon dedicated hundreds of hours learning about multifamily real estate and later became co-owner of CEO Capital Partners. His journey has led him to helping motivate others to help them reach their own financial freedom through the Wealth Junkies show.
About Your Host, Will Harvey
After battling drug and alcohol addiction in his late teens, Will played college football until an injury prevented him from continuing. He then started his career in the mortgage business and won National Rookie of the Year in 2017 and operated in the top 5% at one of the largest retail home lenders in the country. In 2019 he walked away from this multiple 6-figure job because he wanted to focus on creating legacy wealth for himself and his family. He now focuses on real estate full-time, owning over $1,500,000 in personal real estate and is a co-owner of CEO Capital Partners, a real estate acquisition company focused on multifamily apartments.