Happy Thanksgiving

I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving with as many friends, family, and loved ones as possible.

I hope you’ll ignore the government bullies and the media fear pimps, and enjoy the holiday with your loved ones.

It’s time we ignore the fake pandemic and reconnect with each other.

And before you send me a nasty message that the pandemic real, I already know you may have a neighbor whose grandma is in the hospital with the illness.

I realize there is a legitimate virus that is particularly nasty for older people with comorbidities. I’m also aware of the many people that die from car accidents, heart disease, cancer, and a long list of other tragedies that come with life.

It’s terrible when we lose our loved ones for any reason, but just because life comes with risk, doesn’t mean we should stop living.

It’s time we look at the real data, ignore the fear porn, and reconnect with humanity.

We are social creatures who are not made to live in isolation. Loneliness is terribly unhealthy, so I implore you to invite as many people as you can and share a wonderful meal to celebrate everything we have to be grateful for.

I guarantee anyone we’ve tragically lost this year would want you you celebrate life, because hiding alone in fear is no way to live.

Happy Thanksgiving

Chuck

P. S. When you do your last minute grocery run, take that mask off and smile at everyone that passes you. It will be a wonderful experience.

The Three Pillars

Our community tends to be entrepreneurs, or self-driven, independent thinking employees who take responsibility for their own success.

They’re winners who refuse to conform to society’s depressing expectations because they demand more out of life. 

In other words, they want to live extraordinary lives.

The people here desire a deeper understanding of themselves, appreciate self-improvement, and believe in life-long learning. 

We do not try to convert “losers,” because it’s almost always a bad investment of time and energy.

The foundation of everything here originates from three unique processes, and when you immerse yourself, you’ll discover it’s the overlap of all three that will lead you to your own extraordinary life.


What you’ll get here (short version):

(1)Wealth Attraction,  (2) Wealth Preservation, and (3) Wealth Psychology

This overlap is unique and critical to your success. 

Money and freedom come primarily through entrepreneurship, or an entrepreneurial approach to employment, but it’s not uncommon for high income earners to be broke. 

That’s why the mix of business and personal finance is critical to your success.

You will also find elements of psychology here because all the best advice in the world is worthless without the right mindset driving your decisions.


What you’ll get here (long version):

The Problem

When you’re stuck in the rat race, it’s easy to lose sight of the possibility that life can be extraordinary.

For most people, happiness comes from being engrossed in meaningful experiences and while spending time with people they love. 

People feel hopeless when trapped doing insignificant tasks that do not provide meaningful contribution or opportunity to grow. 

In other words, happiness comes from love and contribution

The Solution

With that in mind, the solution seems simple, spend more time doing the things you love and less time doing the things you hate. 

That’s easier said than done because things always get in the way—usually insufficient time and money.

That’s what this website is about—arranging your money and income in a way that makes it easy for you to do the things you love and stop doing the things you hate. 

It’s about ignoring society norms so you can live life on your own terms. 

It’s about clearing through the B.S. so you can focus on what’s important to you.

You will find three tools here that will enable you to live the extraordinary life you’ve always craved.

1) Wealth Attraction

Wealth attraction provides ways to create more income, often, but not always, through entrepreneurship.

Being self-employed is not easy, but it can provide greater income and freedom.

It’s usually easier to create more income through improved business marketing than it is to use financial planning to increase the wealth you already have.

Regardless of your profession, marketing is the most valuable skill you can ever develop, so you’ll receive a lot of unique customer attraction strategies. 

Click here to read the tale of two business owners—David and Sebastian. 

Click here to learn how to build a marketing system that works.

2) Wealth Preservation

Wealth preservation provides you with a unique system to convert your income into wealth so you can experience freedom.

Some people are great at making money, but they often struggle at converting that income into wealth, which is what you must have if you want to live life on your own terms.

The goal of wealth preservation should not be to get more money, but that is often a byproduct. Instead, we use wealth attraction to efficiently generate income, and use investments, tax planning, debt reduction, and other tools to convert income into wealth. 

Wealth preservation is a financial planning strategy that ignores the text book strategies that do not work in the real world with real people like you.

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3) Wealth Psychology

Regardless how much money you have, no one can live an extraordinary life without overcoming the unconscious limitations that cause unhappiness.

The mind is a powerful tool, but we all need the right mindset to channel that energy in the right direction, otherwise, we will limit ourselves without even knowing it. 

(Continue for more on wealth psychology

The Truth I Learned by Fighting

I want to tell you about a fight I was in.

I was in countless scraps during my law enforcement career, but I’m going to tell you about my first Tae Kwon Do match.

I was apprehensive when I looked across the mat and saw my opponent. I was only 18 years old and had been sparring with adults since I was 14 years old, but this was the first time I was competing and putting it all on the line; at least that’s how it felt at the time.

The moment the referee dropped his arm, my fear turned into aggression.

I stepped forward and did what I had practiced thousands of times before—my best combination—a roundhouse kick to the ribs, immediately followed by a second kick from the ribs to the head. Continue reading “The Truth I Learned by Fighting”

Leadership—doing the right thing, regardless of the consequences

Almost daily we are inundated with examples of complete insanity, but we’re expected to submit and play along as if everything is normal.

Have you seen Joaquin Phoenix’s movie Joker? It’s a brilliant portrayal of the tragedy of mental illness, but it left me feeling dirty at the end when the director attempted to portray a homicidal lunatic as the hero.

What’s frightening is how prophetic that movie has become in predicting the direction of many of the left-leaning communities in America. Continue reading “Leadership—doing the right thing, regardless of the consequences”

The Consequences of Obedience

Flatten the curve” is a catchy phrase that’s become the new climate change—media-fueled hysteria driven by cherry-picked stats, graphs, and celebrity endorsements.

The panic has bullied the masses into surrendering their personal freedoms.

We were sold an oversimplified narrative that has since proven to be wildly inaccurate. 

The evidence pouring in suggests that COVID-19 is nothing like what they once claimed, but only time will tell for sure. Continue reading “The Consequences of Obedience”