This blog is dedicated to helping you build lasting wealth for you and your loved ones.
Whether you’re well on your way to financial freedom or saddled with huge amounts of debt – my goal is for the content of this blog to provide you with real value and actionable advice.
There are TONS of personal finance blogs out there, and I’ve found that most of their content breaks down to 90% trying to sell you something, and only 10% actual value. There are too many people trying to get you to buy courses or books, and not enough people providing that stuff for free. The model needs to be flip-flopped…
You’ll find a wide range of topics being covered on this blog. Everything from:
Investing, Wealth Creation, Frugality, etc.
But every post is written with one goal in mind – to provide you with valuable content to either help or motivate you on your own journey to financial freedom.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
Becoming rich is a lot like losing weight. Simple, but NOT easy.
Want 6-pack abs? Push yourself at the gym 3-4 times a week and eat super clean.
Want to become rich? Increase your income, always spend less than you earn, then take that money saved and invest it into other income-generating assets.
Simple right? But not easy. No one wants to work 80 hours a week like how no one wants to eat dry chicken and broccoli for every meal.
The First Step
So what’s the answer then? If you’ve never worked out before, but want to get ripped, do you just hop into the gym and start slinging weights with no idea of what you’re doing? Not unless you want to be this guy:
No. The first step, as always, is educating yourself.
If you want to really improve your physical health – you research about healthy dieting, you learn how to properly lift the weights, and then you put into action the knowledge you gained. The same goes with your finances.
The first step to becoming rich will always be education. And I’m not talking about an overpriced 4-year degree. I’m talking about real-world, practical, financial education. That’s what I hope to provide you with this blog.
If this is your first time on the site, I highly suggest you start here: