6 Powerful Take-aways from The Wealth Number
Empower yourself to change your financial future
Increase Your Income
Find ways to increase your income so you can accelerate your wealth number.
Customizing Your Own Savings Plan
Create a personalized savings goal that is linked to the day you’ll leave your job.
Drafting A Personal, Simple Budget
Budget to keep your new spending habits on track.
Minimizing Your Financial Stress
Learn to keep your savings, bills, and spending money separate.
Eliminating Your Debts
Apply the Debt “Calm Before the Storm” Method, which is the only way to pay off debt without feeling broke.
Automating Your Finances
Automate your paycheck, transfers, and expenses so you’ll always know if you’ll have enough money to pay your bills and so you can stop worrying if your bills will be paid on-time.
What Type of Life Do You Want?
"It is better to have a short life that is filled with what you like doing, than a long life spent in a miserable way." Alan Watts
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A MUST READ: Truly one of the most helpful and eye opening books I've read in a while. As someone feeling the hopelessness of "job lock" and the "work lifestyle", I was truly energized by the financial wisdom I picked up from just the first 3 chapters!
Clayton has created a straightforward, intelligent system to make sense of the issues that plague many modern lives, struggling through financial burdens and yet wanting to do something greater with those 40 hours a week we plug away on someone else's dream. Easy to read and understand for the layperson, The Wealth Number is applicable in any life. Fantastic.
Unlike many financial advice books, this pithy volume is based entirely on the author's actual experience, both good and bad. With discipline and confidence, the author's approach will work as described.
Unlike many other financial books, Romeo has managed to keep my attention. I may not quit my job on Monday, but I am now more confident in my ability to save. To save not for a rainy day, but a secure future.
This book is perfect for someone that is looking for an easy way to start saving for a purpose. Even if you don't want to quit your job, it is important to have a high wealth number if you were to be laid off.
This book is worth a read. It will challenge your assumptions on career satisfaction, how much money you need to meet your recurring expenses (and how to decrease that need on an ongoing basis), and how you can afford to be able to pursue your passions.