Why Most People Stop At 25

Benjamin Franklin, one of history's brightest minds, once said:

‘’Men die at 25 but aren’t buried before they’re 75’’. 

What comes to mind when you read this? Why do you think that is?


He meant that most people stop progressing in life once they reach 25. It’s all downhill after 25. It coincides with when most people graduate from school and get their first job, never learning or improving themselves beyond that point.

 

It doesn’t have to be that way. School doesn’t always teach the most interesting subjects, I agree. But you have to fall in love with learning and make it one of your core values in life. There is so much to learn that is exciting. You just have to find what that is for you.


Most successful entrepreneurs will tell you that your real education starts once you graduate from school. Did you know that the average CEO reads 50 to 60 books a year? The average American, in contrast, only reads one to four books per year.

 

You can clearly see the difference here between a growth minded person and someone who just rides the wave and stops improving themselves.


To live a meaningful life and to go after your dreams, you need financial independence. It’s the #1 reason why you should study money and why I am so passionate about helping people better understand it. It gives you the freedom to live your life on your own terms.

 

Your time is your biggest asset and you should spend it doing things you love. It’s one of the few things money can’t buy. But again, in order to do that, you need to be financially free. 


So start early, make the right choices and be a growth-minded person. Fall in love with learning. Be curious.


I want to teach you the ways I used to achieve financial freedom early in life after starting from scratch. Once you learn, you’ll be able to make your money grow and achieve your desired freedom.


Let’s start your journey with Credit 101. You’ll learn how or improve your credit and leverage it to your financial benefit. I’ll even teach you what to do if you’re just getting started (even if you don’t even have your first credit card yet)

I’ll teach you what you need to get started on the road to financial freedom. 


Cheers,

Daniel