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Why I Wrote a Book?

Updated: Aug 27, 2023

Why?

There are countless of books about investing and personal finance. So why on earth would I choose to write another one? The answer is pretty simple: to help some people. The important word in the last sentence is “some.”

I’m an avid reader of these books and some have really resonated with me, others are hard to remember, and a few were impossible to finish. The few that I never finished are popular with other people, and that’s why I wrote this book.

The state of financial literacy in this Country is appalling and there is no shortage of statistics which support this, including:

  • 64% live paycheck to paycheck

  • 36% have more credit card debt than emergency savings

  • Estimated average amount of money that lacking knowledge about personal finances cost people was $1,819 in 2022

  • 70 percent of wealthy families are no longer wealthy by the second generation and approximately 90 percent have lost their wealth by the third generation

If this book can turn someone’s financial life around then it was worth the years I spent writing it.



Meme of someone reading Walk You To Wealth book


Who?

The book is truly for anyone, but especially for those who…

  • Feel overwhelmed by their financial situation

  • Are intimidated by investing (stocks, bonds, real estate, crypto, etc.)

  • Dislike complicated financial jargon (expense ratio, IRA, dollar-cost-averaging, etc.)

  • Want to change their relationship with money, take control of their financial life, and learn how to manage their money

What’s the downside?

After spending 20 years managing risk for for companies, I think of purchasing this book from a risk and reward perspective. If you want to improve your financial situation, buy the book and maybe it will resonate. The reward is potentially huge and the downside is that you could have spent that $9-15 on something else and saved yourself a few hours.

Walk You To Wealth is available wherever books are sold.


I hope the book resonates with you, but if not, maybe the next one will!


Disclaimer: The information in this post is provided for your convenience only and is not intended to be treated as financial, investment, tax, or other advice. The information is intended to be educational and is not tailored to the investment needs of any specific individual.  It is also not intended to be relied upon as a forecast and is not an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any securities or to adopt any investment strategy.  The opinions expressed are those of the author.  Reliance upon the guidance and information in this presentation is at the sole discretion of the individual.

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