What is the Pursuit of Happiness email all about?
The pursuit of happiness is what every person strives for.
It’s to be in a position where you’re happy and content. It doesn’t mean you’re worry-free. But it means you believe you’ve done everything you can to give yourself a carefree life.
In this twice-weekly email (Monday and Wednesday) my aim is to help you on your path to achieving lifelong and lasting happiness for you and your family.
Of course, I can’t do everything for you — and you probably don’t expect me to — but I can help by giving you guidance and advice on how to pursue and achieve personal and financial happiness.
In each issue of Pursuit of Happiness I’ll reveal and explain things such as:
- The 5 steps you should take in the next 30 days to boost your retirement savings.
- Two things you can do right now to cut your taxes for next year.
- How to build a six-figure fortune for less than $7.15 a day
- How you can profit from Aussie real estate — even while house prices go down.
But that’s not all. The Pursuit of Happiness isn’t just about making and saving money, it’s also about the non-financial aspects of your life. For instance:
- How the government plans to keep records of every phone call, email and website you visit — and how to avoid it.
- How the government uses private healthcare to steal $850 million from Aussie bank accounts each year.
- Why you should be worried about China’s $150 billion annual military budget.
In short, it’s important to fight against anything that gets in the way of your lifelong and lasting happiness.
The government can’t and won’t help you to live a full and satisfying life. And it’s about time ordinary Australians realised that, before it’s too late.
In the Pursuit of Happiness email I’ll show you how to take more control of your own life and how to prepare for the future without the government interfering.
Bottom line: it really comes down to you. No one cares more about your life and your future than you. But I’ll do all I can do to help point you in the right direction.
If you follow this advice I’m certain you’ll be on the right path in your Pursuit of Happiness.