Does Creating Wealth Mean Getting New Glasses?

Do you wear glasses? According to the 2010 United States Census, about 65% of Americans have some sort of visual impairment, meaning more than half of US citizens must use some sort of corrective lenses. If you are among that number, then think about the last time that you got your eyes checked. When you first put on that new pair of glasses it probably seemed like some sort of a miracle, and you may even have asked yourself why you waited so long to upgrade your prescription.

Financially speaking, many Americans are in dire need of a new pair of glasses. For years, they have been looking at making and spending money in the same old way. They have allowed themselves to fall into a cycle of earning to spend, and at the end of the month they don’t have a lot left over for their future. Even though they may dream of the time when they won’t need the paycheck from their job to get by, for most Americans financial independence seems like a goal that is always just out of reach.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

The concept of financial independence is a very rational one that can be achieved by making conscious decisions and taking action. The philosophy presented in the book Forever Cash will change the way that you go about obtaining that goal of financial independence.

Each person needs to determine what the term “financial independence” means to them. For some, it may mean being able to retire sooner while still keeping a certain standard of living. For others, it may mean keeping their current job but not having to worrying as much about making ends meet. The principles in Forever Cash offer a fresh perspective on how all of us should think about money, about how money is made, and about what retirement can mean for us.

Like putting on a long overdue new pair of glasses, the book Forever Cash will revolutionize the way that you work with money, the way that you earn money, and the way that you spend money. The author dares us to go with him as he pulls back the curtain and explores the possibilities of a truly parallel universe where, after making some minor adjustments to the way you live life already, you won’t have to work for money anymore and yet will still have enough of it to last from one generation to the next.

Forever Cash will not give you the same old tired advice of working yourself to death and investing everything into a mutual fund, hoping that its growth will keep up with inflation.  Forever Cash is not a “get rich quick” manual, or a “quit your job and pour your life savings into a business you know nothing about” manual. In fact, it won’t even tell you to cut up your credit cards or to stop going out for coffee each day.

Rather, this book will give you a strategy and a real life applicable philosophy to help you to see the effect that your daily decisions have on your overall goals. You will be challenged to adjust the way you spend money, so that what you spend money on will actually pay you more money – forever.  And as a result, you will be shown a world where you don’t work for money, but where money works for you, and you will be able to afford everything you want without having to actively work for it anymore.

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    Posted by Jack Harrell 09 Sep 2013 at 6:11 pm

    Jack Bosch has hit a home run with this book by describing with simple and easy to understand illustrations how anybody can take back control of their finances. He explains how the middle class get caught up in the Earn-Spend Cycle by default, yet tells how anyone can break the cycle and create their own Wealth Wheel, that will build generational wealth for themselves, their children and their children’s children. A must read!

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    Posted by Tom B. 16 Sep 2013 at 2:30 pm

    Jack talent’s in entrepreneurial en devours have finally come to a head! He reveals a game-plan that any layman can understand and follow to their own success. Great read! A must for budding capitalists.

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