About this Episode

On this episode of the podcast Isaiah interviews Evan Williamson. Evan shares the secrets he used to build his credit to a 750 score before the age of 25.  Also, he talks about how he took advantage of credit card travel perks and rewards points which has afforded him the opportunity to travel the world for free, including flying on private jets. Evan shares the mistakes he learned along the way that helped him get a 100k available line of credit.

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About the Host:

Isaiah Swift – Entrepreneur, Author, TEDx Speaker

Isaiah Swift was born and raised in Norfolk, VA and graduated from Maury High School as an AP Scholar with distinction. During his senior year, he was dual enrolled at Tidewater Community College, where he received six transferrable credits towards his degree.

At Maury High School, Isaiah was the Branch Manager of Commodore Branch, a subsidiary of Chartway Federal Credit Union, and he was a member of Future Business Leaders of America. He was awarded a full ride academic scholarship to attend Norfolk State University, where he is pursuing a degree in Business Finance. In addition, he worked as a Brand Ambassador for Fresh Prints- a clothing design company that offers consumers, deals for purchasing customized apparel in bulk, his role consisted of promoting the brand and overseeing the details of all orders.

By his sophomore year in college, Isaiah was able to build the business to nearly $40,000 in revenue.

Recently, Isaiah published a book called “Unlock Your Greatness” 8 Ways to be Successful in High School and Beyond. In the book, he teaches students how they can be better prepared for the real world after they graduate and provides them with valuable insight as to how they can find volunteer, internship and scholarship opportunities in their community.

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