Out of Pocket:
Build Your Personal Wealth &
Improve Your Personal Finance
By Cutting The Bulls***t In Your Life
FREE March 25 & 26
Have you ever looked at people who seem to have all money in the world and asked, ”What did they do right? …..
….only to be slapped by another thought, Meh, but money is not everything anyway. Health and families are more important.
That poor attitude towards money is the main reason why people are financially struggling or unprepared.
Yes, you are right. Families and health are everything. But have you ever thought that:
1) We need money to be healthy (try to eat that 99 cent burger everyday and see what will happen to your body)
2) We need money to make our families comfortable (food, housing, education, entertainment)
3) We need money so we can spend more time with our loved ones (sure we can depend on the government to take care of our health care cost in the future?)
Yes, money is not everything. It is only a tool. A tool to make our life easier, just like a car, a plane, a hammer, a wrench, or a straw.
Money exists to make our life easier. Money allows us to do things that make us feel fulfilled (such as helping others by building charities, traveling to Far East to teach English, or taking 6 months off to volunteer in a 3rd world country).
Many people, however, struggle financially because they cannot leave out their old beliefs about life and money.
Instead of changing, they keep making excuses.
Thus, many become unprepared and worse, ignorant towards their personal finance.
The book will:
1) Make readers examine themselves
Being wealthy requires a certain mental attitude, and there is no place for these BS! Something the author wished to know during his younger years. The author will testify with his own experiences that challenging the financial myths will improve your financial life.
2) Make readers ask some uncomfortable questions
Questions such as ”Why do you want to be wealthy?” “What is your definition on wealth?” “Do you have plans to be wealthy?” or “Do you know your number where you can call yourself wealthy?” will stimulate your personal finance brain circuit.
3) Educate by examples
The author does not believe in lecturing. Personal finance is personal and thus, everyone has his or her own ways to define and build wealth. The author will share his knowledge and experiences and let you decide.
4) Money management, investment, and asset building techniques
Mutual funds? Stocks?Bonds? Commodities? Oil? Real estates? Business Systems? The author will talk about asset classes and their pluses and minuses. There is no perfect investment, but there is an investment that is perfect for you.
5) The importance of protection
Once you build your assets, protect them. It is unfortunate that many people neglect this area. After all, if you will not have sex with a stranger without wearing condom, why would you invest your money in the stock market without insurance?
6) Action plans
What you can do right away to take action and improve your personal and financial life.
All too often we have heard the old myths: “Starting up is expensive.” “The best investment is a mutual fund.” “All debts are bad.” These, and others, are examined and crushed in this book.
No more excuses!