Creating zero energy homes to help millennials create wealth, stability, and overall well-being.
Read my honest review of the Construction Bootcamp Skills course after graduating. This month-long immersive course is free for anyone looking to get into the homebuilding industry in Colorado, and can be nearly invaluable if you’re looking to earn more money, switch careers, or to go into an industry that desperately needs great people to help with Colorado’s housing shortage.
Owning just one home in your lifetime could be the most powerful decision you ever make, both financially and for overall stability and well-being. The tax laws, monetary system, and property-rights based society that we live in are all designed for it, and we explore how it creates an incredible investment over time, and many other reasons why it’s so powerful.
In the conclusion of our three-part series, we explore the four tools used to get out of a recession or depression, how to get the economy back on track, and the rules for us personally to prosper in this economic system we live in.
There are ways to be rich: One is by acquiring much, and the other is by desiring little. We explore the data & history of home size and how it relates to ultimate wealth and well-being.
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When we better understand the economic system we live in, we can continuously make better decisions for ourselves and our lives. This three part series helps to explain why Ray Dalio’s How The Economic Machine Video is one of the best ways out there to quickly understand the world we live in from a financial & behavioral perspective, and what we can watch out for, along with what to do about it to not only keep ourselves out of hot water, but to thrive in prosperity.
We are dedicated to the mission that everyone can attain wealth, well-being, and happiness with peace of mind.
“Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt