You wish to make a change in life, both financially and lifestyle. But…
“I don’t know where to invest or what to do with my money, I don’t know what to think of my money”
Did this ever cross your mind? Then this book will inspire you to step up and invest in yourself, and learn the language of money and build the money foundation you need, and most of all to have control over your money instead of feeling like it has control over you.
This easy-to-read and definitive book captures everything you need to know about money and investing the key principles of getting the most out of life. If you are tired of living the way you are currently living, this book is waiting for you along with the greatest methods ever found to lead a rich life.
This is what you will get from the book, which will inspire and prepare you to take those chances you never deemed possible,
– A roadmap to lead a rich life, with ideas and mindsets
– A proven & stress less money management system
– Investing techniques advocated by the billionaire investors
– A stunning investing portfolio designed for the millennial
– Multiple tools to aid in your financial journey
Most importantly, the book is going to show you:
– The things you need to focus on and pay attention to,
– The things you should ignore and pay no attention to.
In short, ‘The millennial Roadmap to a Rich life’ can help you start your journey upwards to wealth without the stress and reducing risks and pressures along the way. Grab your copy now and earn away!
Millennial wealth is not an oxymoron
Between the generations there is always some tension. The older generations seem to always think the newer ones are spoiled or lazy. The newer generation looks at the older one as slow moving and not in touch with the current world. I am on the cusp of Generation X and Millennials, so I see some of the challenges faced on both sides. I have to admit, that millennials are getting dealt a horrible fiscal hand. They are entering the work force when wages have been kept low, college tuition has been high, and upward mobility is rare. Perhaps that’s why this book is so necessary. Millennials have a chance to gain a fresh perspective on money. Instead of signing up to a life of barely scraping by, if that, they can change their money education and grow richer than the previous generation. The technology needed to get this completed is here, as are fantastic books like this roadmap to a rich life.
The book starts not by describing investments or investment strategies, but by resetting a person’s perspective on money. My own perspective differs from the author’s a bit around the “money is only a tool”. My father taught me that and I think that line of thinking comes from the service industry. To me, money is not just a tool, but a responsibility. You become a caretaker of other people’s debt. The power of investment is a burden. You must strive to invest that debt wisely or else you’re shrugging off your responsibility. It is a bit of a mind shift. You are not given freedom for hours worked. You are given opportunity for the opportunity you’ve spent. Building wealth is leveraging opportunities together so that you gain a multiplier on your time. The more money you gain, the more responsibility.
Getting back to the book, the next chapter focuses on building a balance sheet to understand your cash flow. That may seem boring, but cash flow is WAY more important than simply have a pile of cash. Drain a pond and you’re left with a hole. Drain a stream and it just re-fills instantly. The book then begins to dive into investing. I think this is the true meat of this book, as it provides lots of helpful links and techniques. The book begins to draw to a close talking about building your unique portfolio of investments. Overall, there is some great investment knowledge in this book. However, I am not sure I fully agree on the perspective of what wealth truly can be. Still, the best wealth a person can have is themselves, so I encourage millennials and everyone to read this book and learn some helpful techniques.