“Honestly, financial freedom isn’t about the money. It’s about something much bigger —
having the flexibility to live life on your own terms. Now, I’m never at the
mercy of a job.”
Do you want freedom and flexibility with your life? Maybe that means working on your own terms, and not having to be tied down to any one thing.
Or maybe you just don’t want to have to worry about money anymore, and constantly be stressed about it.
Or worse, have to rely on your parents when you run into trouble.
You might have had that “aha” moment, and realized it’s finally time to be proactive about your future. I mean, you don’t want to be chained to your desk for the next 30 years, right?
So what if I told you that you can set yourself up for your 30s, 40s, and beyond so you don’t have to rely on that soul-crushing 9-5 job. That instead of begging your boss for a day off you can have the freedom to walk away — maybe even forever.
Hi, I’m Chris Reining, and I’m here to help you do just that. After graduating from college I got my first job in IT here in Wisconsin, and a few years later I bought a condo and a BMW and I was pretty happy.
But one day, while sitting in my cubicle, I thought, “This is it? I just have to do this for the next 30 years?”
You know that daily grind — getting up, driving to work, dealing with an inbox full of problems, driving home, eating dinner, watching TV, and knowing you have to do the same thing tomorrow, the next day, and the next few decades.
You see, I wanted more out of life. The freedom and flexibility to live life on my own terms. You can probably imagine how I felt.
This is when I realized something important: I had a choice. That you don’t have to work, get money, spend money, and work again, repeating that cycle until you’re so old and sick you can’t work anymore.
No, you can actually work to save, and save to invest, and then stop working because your money is starting to work for you. Make sense?
And you might hear all this and think I’m special or I got really lucky or something, but I can tell you I didn’t start out with any advantage or money or anything like that. I just decided to take action. Are you ready to take the first step?
Because years from now, when you’re finally living life on your own terms, you’ll look back and be glad you did.