“What can you expect from this blog? It depends what you are looking.
If you are a middle class American who either went to school, got good grades or listened to everything you were taught, and now are working hard to pay the bills, wondering to yourself, “how or when, can I ever obtain the income lifestyle I once thought was possible?”, then you have found your huckleberry.
Right here, on this blog, you’ll get to join me (an average American) on a journey to discover wealth. Together, with me, you’ll learn and apply the lessons of the wealthy.
No, I am not a financial planner. I don’t come from wealth. I’m just an individual that got fed up with all the talk about the “American Dream” being DEAD. I got tired of listening to what I call the “doom-n-gloom” messages that are “shoved down” the throats of Middle America.
I got frustrated because in my daily economic life, as a marketing consultant, I’ve consulted, studied, seen or rubbed elbows with, used to be, Middle Americans that are now millionaires or multi-millionaires.
My marketing expertise has helped my clients to overcome business pitfalls and more importantly, profit even through economic hardships.
So I asked myself two questions:
1. What specific strategies have my clients used to multiply their money?”
2. Can I share these with the millions of Middle Americans who aspire to become rich?
Overwhelmed with a burning desire to solve why riches have eluded millions of us, I grilled mentors, began building relationships with people who are pursing the status of becoming “rich” ,scoured books, seminars and any other information that I could find on the subject.
What I found out was that any Middle American can obtain wealth if they are willing to master what I call “10 Crucial Disciplines to Build Riches”. The mastery of these ten disciplines has become the pinnacle of my financial philosophy.
Each of these 10 disciplines will be the focus of most articles that I post. On the surface, if you had to categorize this blog, it would be under personal finance. But that would be just what’s on the surface.
I don’t like personal finance term because it doesn’t embody the nature of what folks like us are out to accomplish. After reading, digesting and consuming the actual “nectar” of this blog, you begin to understand why personal finance sucks.
(Read more at this post: Why Personal Finance Sucks).
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Welcome again my friend! I hope you enjoy your journey and remain dedicated to multiplying your wealth.