Wouldn’t it be great to have the financial freedom to do whatever you want? Wouldn’t it be better if you could also have the time to do it?Most of us would answer a resounding yes to those questions. For many people, the goal of making money is not Wouldn’t it be great to have the financial freedom to do whatever you want? Wouldn’t it be better if you could also have the time to do it?
Most of us would answer a resounding yes to those questions. For many people, the goal of making money is not the accumulation of wealth for wealth’s sake; instead, the goal is to have enough money to do the things we’re passionate about. But very few people have a lot of money and the time to enjoy it.
Michael LeBoeuf knows how to obtain both—and he wants to teach you. LeBoeuf shows that there are only four things people need to know about money: how to make it, how to save it, how to invest it, and how to enjoy it. But most people never figure out how to do all four, although almost anyone can. The key to doing so lies in applying a simple principle called LeBoeuf’s Law: Invest your time actively and your money passively. Based on LeBoeuf’s Law, The Millionaire in You offers ten strategic choices designed to maximize your time and money: * Live the life you want instead of the life others expect. * Stack the odds in your favor instead of against you. * Be a supersaver instead of a big spender. * Increase the market value of your time instead of working long hours. * Do less better instead of trying to do it all. * Capitalize on the unexpected instead of being derailed by it. * Own the market instead of trying to beat the market. * Limit your losses instead of letting bad luck ruin you. * Listen to those who know instead of those who sell. * Do it now instead of regretting it later.
LeBoeuf is living proof that this strategy can work. He is a former business professor who retired in 1989 at the age of forty-seven and is living off of his accumulated wealth. He didn’t inherit a dime, and he didn’t get serious about achieving financial freedom until he was thirty-five. This book is intended to help you do what he’s done before you’re too old to enjoy the money you’ve earned or invested. ...Continua Nascondi