If we include preschool, kindergarten, and perhaps college for some of us, we spend a good fifteen to twenty years of our lives in school learning all kinds of things, from the sciences (like biology, chemistry, and physics) to languages and history. These subjects are all essential pieces of a well-rounded individual. But after graduation we are sent out into the world and we spend just about the rest of our lives trying to do this thing called “make money,” a subject about which we have learned absolutely nothing in school.
It’s no wonder that so many people struggle to pay their bills even if they are lucky enough to bring home big paychecks. For some of those folks, even if they manage to make a large amount of money, they lose it all within a short time. Why? The answer is simple: They don’t know the rules of how money works; they don’t know how to create streams of income that last forever.
This is the crux of what I want you to learn —the creation of ongoing streams of income.
How far you take the what you learn from me depends on how diligently you apply those lessons, how you internalize the way of thinking behind the philosophy and specific methods, what your goals are, and which vehicles you choose to accomplish your goals.
I can promise you, however, that if you apply the lessons diligently, you can (within a few short years) reach a state of financial peace of mind that will last for the rest of your life. That peace of mind will come from knowing that you and your family will never again have to worry about being able to pay your bills.
And if you continue to put the lessons into practice after you reach financial independence, there is no way that you won’t end up incredibly wealthy over time.
It’s simply how the world works; it’s financial law.