By Damon Cameron Jr Do you want to achieve early financial independence? Financial independence is a worthy journey that you are fully capable of accomplishing. First you must answer an important question. Are you interested in early financial independence, or are you committed to early financial independence?!?! Awesome! In this blog, we will discuss five… Read more »
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By Damon Cameron Jr Are you ready to purchase your first house hack or rental property? Purchasing your first rental property can be stressful and time consuming, however the proper education can make the process smooth and exciting! In this blog, we will discuss how to help teen investors qualify to finance their first rental… Read more »
As you move forward on your journey to FI as a young real estate investor, I’d like to take a moment and talk about two virtues: Honesty and Humility. I believe this topic is of equal importance, if not greater importance, than anything else you learn on your path to becoming a FI Freak. The… Read more »
By Damon Cameron Jr Do you have negative thoughts, habits, or beliefs? Every human being has been socially conditioned and programmed with thoughts, habits, and beliefs that their subconscious mind has downloaded from other people. 80% of the average person’s daily thoughts are negative, disempowering, and self-sabotaging. If you want to achieve financial independence, you… Read more »
By Damon Cameron Jr Real estate investing is a powerful tool many people use to create financial freedom and build generational wealth. If you are considering investing in real estate, do you know what type of real estate business you want? Many young people struggle to find clarity before investing in real estate. Building a… Read more »
By Damon Cameron Jr Do you want to live for free? House hacking is one of the most popular real estate investing strategies among recent high school graduates and college students. House hacking is when you live in one unit of your investment property as your primary residence and rent out the other bedrooms… Read more »
By Damon Cameron Jr You just graduated high school! Congratulations! Now you are debating if college is for you or if you should jump into real estate investing on a full-time basis. Many young high school graduates debate whether college is worth it or if real estate investing after high school is the best option…. Read more »
This blog article will help you determine what to do with the money you have saved to invest by further explaining index funds and the 4 Percent Rule. It will help you get started utilizing Mechanism 4 – Invest your savings wisely! In chapter 23 in First to a Million, I went over the index… Read more »
By Chase Guelette Make buckets of money. That has always been the goal for my friends and me. As a young entrepreneur, I’ve devised a hundred and one schemes to make money, from starting a tutoring business to large-scale lawn mowing to collecting hundreds of cans from across my hometown to turn in for 10… Read more »
79 cents. That’s all I had left after a year in a very unhealthy relationship. That’s when I knew things had to change. I was truly “broke” for the first time in my life. You hear about it all the time in high school. You hear the “I can’t afford this because I’m broke” and… Read more »
As we all head back to school this fall, many of us will be learning remotely, either full-time or part-time. To make the best use of this extra time, why not make money while remote learning?
As I’m sure you already know, a person reaches financial independence (or FI, for short) when they no longer need to work for money. It takes dedication and sacrifice to become financially independent. So why would someone want to get to FI in the first place?