Being featured on Marketwatch (A massively huge financial publication) has been a goal of mine for a long time. It finally happened. I’m just a normal guy who has always dreamed of living a cool, unique life. When I was young, I tried to accomplish this goal with drug use. But drugs led me to a dead end in life. After quitting drugs, I re-evaluated my life, and decided hard work, opportunity-seeking, and saving and investing was a better path to take. It’s increditble to see I’m turning that dream into reality one step at a time.
To build wealth, just keep checking goals off your list. Conquer one goal at a time, enjoy the experience, set the next goal and get to work. I’m re-publishing my interview with MarketWatch below:
“After 10 years in prison, this reformed inmate has multiple streams of income and a new view of life.”
“Billy B., an entrepreneur and salesman, realized he wanted transform his life, save more and become someone who could help others — but first, he had to get out of prison.
The 38-year-old from Minnesota, who also blogs at Wealth Well Done, said he came from a loving family but started using drugs when he was 14. At 21, he was charged with reckless homicide by delivery of a controlled substance when a friend of his overdosed and died after using drugs with him at his apartment. He spent the next 10 years in prison. The next steps were small ones, he said….”
Read the full interview at MarketWatch, by clicking here: After 10 Years in Prison, this Reformed Inmate has Multiple Streams of Income and a New View on Life.