You hear it everywhere: young people graduating from college today face a harsh economic climate–an anemic job market, expensive food and housing, and often mortgage-sized student loans to repay.
What you don’t hear much about is a realistic plan to address the situation and become financially independent by the age of 30 anyway. In The Old Money Book, I discuss four important lifestyle choices that almost anyone can adopt in order to drastically increase their chances of being financially independent by the age of 30.
This is not a get-rich-quick scheme; this is not an investment strategy; this is not learning to blog in your spare time at home and make millions (wink, nod). These four choices are simple. They require some discipline. They fly in the face of many things that you’ve been conditioned to believe. They may even be choices that you would prefer not to make. Oh, dear.
However, if you want to be financially independent, some conscious awareness is required, whether you were raised in an Old Money environment or not. Conscious awareness sometimes leads to a state of mind in which choices are made from a more-informed perspective. That’s when you get ahead.
The Old Money Book details how anyone from any background can adopt the values, priorities and habits of America’s upper class in order to live a richer life. When you buy the book, you’re going to be introduced to these concepts in the section of the book that discusses Values. This section of the book explains why Old Money behaves the way it does.
In the section of the book that details How Old Money Does It, these concepts are converted to instruction: not only will you know How Old Money Does It, you’ll learn how you can do it, too. And believe me, button-down collar shirts and khakis are the least of it.
You’ll learn a Way of Life. Within that way of life are four simple choices that–as a recent college graduate just starting out, or someone older who’s just starting over–you can make in order to be financially independent sooner rather than later.
This entertaining and enlightening book is going to cost you roughly what you might pay for a cup of coffee. That’s called a value.
So order a copy today. You’ll be richer for it.