"Most people never get wealthy simply because they are not trained to recognize opportunities right in front of them"
Author, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad"
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life."
Co-founder & CEO
"Formal education will make you a living. Self-Education will make you a fortune."
Entrepreneur & Author
If you have a mobile phone and the right information (along with dedication), you have the right tools you need to build a sustainable long term business. - Dave Pyke
Generating an income, creating an asset is a lot different today than yesteryear.
Whether you're 18 or 80, you deserve better! My website is dedicated to those of us who want to use the tools available to a life of fun and adventure!
Do you have a bucket list? Are there things you want to do? Things you want to accomplish? Maybe there are family members you want to assist? Or donate time in your local community. What is holding you back from living your adventure?
Here are the top three:
Time, Money and the Proper Education.
And I'm not talking about going back to "School". Not only did I go to college, but I taught at one for a very long time. That "education" has nothing to do with the education I receive from the mentors in my life today.
Use the tools on this site to educate yourself on your personal adventure!
Your Education Starts Now. Get your free copy of the classic "Think and Grow Rich". It's your primer for change.
If I gave you apple seeds, would you pick apples the next day? Of course not.
Money doesn't grow on trees but if it did, you'd have to water it, nurture it and wait a season or so when it was strong and tall before you picked the bills of the branches. Why? Because you want it to grow strong each season so you could harvest the rewards year in, year out.
Most people are not willing to wait for the harvest to come. They plant a seed, and if it hasn't grown by morning they give up. Or when someone tells them it won't grow, they believe it and quit. They go back to their "JOB", complain about what they don't have and how they will never get it, pick up a paycheck and go home.
Until the JOB dries up.
It happens to everyone. I lost my good job. 13 years. No notice. 3 months severance pay. WHAT THE… First of all I don't blame my employer. Businesses come and go and the employees get the shaft. I sure wish I had planted my money tree to fall back on. "But you said they don't exist?" Not in the technical sense. But they do exist.
I love a good mystery.
I'll challenge you to see for yourself if there is an opportunity to find out what many people have discovered for themselves - There is a way, I call it a PROCESS. And when you discover this "Process", you'll have enough information to make an informed decision, but the decision will not be yours alone. If you have a spouse or significant other, you'll want them on this adventure too.
Here are the clues:
Yes! Tell me about the "Process" and how to grow my money tree.
The Fine Print:
*You must be 18 to participate in the "Process". It's not about me, it's about you. If you are not willing to invest a few minutes of your time to investigate this Process, then how could you possibly nurture your money tree over a period of time for it to blossom? You're probably on the 40-40 plan now. (40 hours a week / 40 years) That's a heck of a lot longer than planting a tree. In that amount of time you could plant a forest of money trees! It's all about having fun and living a life that you truly deserve. I look forward to hear from you.
Will you really investigate this or blow it off? You could be just "Three Feet from Gold"
Sharon Lechter & Greg S. Reid's book "Three Feet from Gold" is exactly that. Where you're standing now you could be just three feet away from an opportunity that could make a real difference in your life. You'll never know unless you seek it out. That's what Entrepreneurs do. That's what treasure hunters do. That's what successful business people do. That's what good providers do for their families. Is your legacy worth it to you to find out for yourself?
In the words of the great William Danforth:
"I Dare YOU".