Our Parent’s Advice?

Our Parent’s Advice?

I don’t know about you, but I grew up in an all-American home, with what I thought was a pretty good list of instructions for how to succeed in life financially, and do the right thing. It went something like this…

  • 1. Have a Plan
  • 2. Go to College
  • 3. Get a good job with a good company
  • 4. Save regularly
  • 5. Invest in a highly diversified portfolio of Mutual Funds
  • 6. Stay out of debt- don’t take foolish chances…

And hopefully, by the time you’re 65, you will have just enough to pay for your medications, Doctor bills, taxes, groceries, and an occasional Mediterranean cruise.

Now, if you think anything like I do, you’ll see that the problem with this advice is that it leads to one thing…an unremarkable life of financial mediocrity!

The above describes a life of self-elected financial slavery, where every decision you make is dictated by whether or not you can afford something. Not only that, but the fate of your retirement is mercilessly tied to the ups and downs of the market, which you do not understand and have no control over! To me this is not living, but dying.

We’ve all sat and watched the dreams of our entire generation shattered, because we didn’t have access to the right information or strategies we needed. Well, stick around… you’ll want to join the solution that’s been created… and it only gets better.


  1. Ray Houghton says:

    What about starting a “Beginners Kit”, were we promote your
    “Tell-All ” Video and get a small Affiliate fee and work up to Full Membership.

    Say, for a one time $37 fee, we get to order an Affiliate “Tell-All” DVD with our
    personal “hop-link” to TEG Member site.
    Then after say 50 people have bought the Year Membership or signed on to the
    $97 month contract and stayed for a year – we get a FREE Membership.

    Something like that, to bring the little people into the fold, some of which know a hell
    of a lot more than their wealthier Members ha! ha!



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