Money is like a hammer, it can build lives and communities or it can destroy them.
There’s no reason why nearly everyone couldn’t become a millionaire. The real challenge is: can a person be wealthy and still hold some level of integrity? We’re not going to share tips on getting ten $50 bonuses from some credit card company when you enroll over and over without being caught. Or as Katie always says, ‘You can save money by cutting your dryer sheets in half. But building wealth is more than that, and Aridni is more than that.’
Anyone can become a millionaire. Our goal is to help our readers do so with integrity. Money by itself means nothing; it has no power. Your thoughts on money are what give money its strength.
We believe in two ideas:
1. We want money to work for us instead of working for money
2. We want to accomplish #1 in a way that can serve the greater good
We invite you to check out our individual profiles:
Learn as much as possible. That is top priority for me.
Once you have knowledge, all you have to do is apply it. The big problem is that school doesn’t teach you what you want to learn! Fortunately for me I’ve got Mark Twain on my side who said “Don’t let school get in the way of your education.”
Work for money? I’d rather have money work for me!
I don’t want to spend the rest of my life working for someone else, that feels too robotic. So I try to take risks. I have been married for one year. During the majority of this time, my husband and I have been devoting our weekends to our own investment projects. We’re trying to raise as much capital that can convert to passive income as possible.
Guest Writers – Our own little Saturday Strategists