Andrew Carnegie “The Gospel Of Wealth”

Andrew Carnegie was a poor immigrant during the 1800s who became one of the wealthiest men in the America. He built a vast steel conglomerate and became a philanthropist giving away more than $350 million during his lifetime. Carnegie was also one of the first public figures to assert that building wealth included the responsibility to use it wisely for the benefit of others. Discover his timeless wisdom and put it to work in your own wealth building plans today…

FM 017: Why “Follow Your Passion” Is Bad Advice with Cal Newport

You’ve heard it repeated so many times that you no longer question if it is true. What is it, you ask? It’s called “the passion hypothesis”. The premise is you should do what you love and the money will follow. If you want to succeed then you should follow your passion. The only problem is it’s wrong. In this episode I take you beyond the superficial knowledge to a deeper layer of knowledge showing you how career development connects to wealth building so you can enjoy the freedom you desire long before your assets will support it…

What Big Wall Rock Climbing Can Teach Us About Wealth Building

The principles of wealth building and smart investing are universal and apply to all aspects of life. These essential truths are about much more than just money because they leaves clues on every stage of life we play. In this article Darrow Kirkpatrick explores essential lessons learned about wealth building while climbing El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. Enjoy!