If you’re like me, you’ve probably read numerous investment and retirement books over the years. And although I found them helpful, I realized that most authors were suggesting ideas they had not personally implemented for themselves. It’s one thing being a financial advisor or author and telling people how to save and plan for retirement, but it’s quite another to do it yourself and have to live with the consequences of your own decisions. Based on the absence of authors having firsthand experience personally implementing their financial strategies with their own money, I decided to write this book and explain the process I personally followed to become completely debt free, achieve a multi-million dollar portfolio, and fulfill the dream of an early retirement.

Now when I say early retirement, I don’t mean early 60’s, mid-50’s or even late 40’s. The age that I decided to leave corporate America and live the rest of my life doing what I wanted was at the age of 43. Probably the question you’re asking is how? Did I inherit a fortune from my family, win the lottery, invest in Apple stock when the company was left for dead or did I just put all my money on 36 red at the roulette table? No, it was nothing that simple, but on the other hand it wasn’t anything too difficult that can’t be done by you or anyone else for that matter.

Climbing the Financial Mountain – Video Book Trailer