Financial freedom: Where Do I Begin?

Steps to Financial FreedomThe first step is to consider what area interests you the most; it’s always easier to choose something that you have some degree of interest in because you will be more likely to best absorb the materials and take action.

If you’re a beginner and not sure what area interests you most I recommend you read one of the following blogs I’ve written that are geared for beginners on these topics:


Financial freedom

Real estate

Stock market



There is no single writing style that will help motivate everyone. While blogs are light reading and intended to skim the surface, books can help fill in the blanks.  Take the time to browse these books which I strongly recommend.  In different ways each and every one of these have made a solid impact on where I am today.

Financial freedom

Real estate

Stock market


I’ll leave you with this as a starting point. while it may seem overwhelming remember that you don’t need to read all of these.  Instead, just read what interests and motivates you. Take tiny steps and continue to take action. That’s what the most important.

Go ahead and get started, read a few blogs, browse a few pages of each book on Amazon for free before deciding to buy any, grab 1 or 2 and after a bit of reading your motivation and inspiration will guide you.

Most importantly, don’t ever give up. Once today is gone you can’t get it back.

Brent Mondoux
Founding Partner, Amplified Investments
Investing in real estate

2 comments on “Financial freedom: Where Do I Begin?

  1. Thank you so much for helping me so many times over the last several years. I deeply appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. Last week I put in my resignation at work and people generally looked at me in disbelief. When they found out I was leaving their first reaction was “Where are you going?”. When I told them I was retiring, most people had a tough time understanding how it’s possible and assumed I must have inherited a ton of money. Considering I have never made more than $65K a year and I didn’t inherit any monies; I took it as a huge compliment. It’s just a shame that so many people ignore the vital lessons that you teach – that being smart with your money and regularly investing really can make such a significant difference in their lives – if only they would open their eyes. Thanks so much for teaching me the importance of watching what I spend and the true power of real estate investing. You are an awesome teacher and so selfless. Your passion really shows when you talk!

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