Hey there,

I'm Tiffany Thomas, your wealth mentor.

Henry David Thoreau defines wealth as, “The ability to fully experience life.”

Building wealth to achieve financial freedom isn't just about the money, it's about options.

Being financially free gives you choices.

It's about being able to live a fulfilling life where you get to choose what you spend your time on and who you get to spend your time with.

You don't have to work yourself to death.

I can show you how to make your money work for you to become financially free so you can start living the life you want sooner than you think.

Do you want to spend your time doing something besides working? Or maybe just have the option to stop working?

Like traveling the world, spending more time with family, being able to help others to a greater degree.

Or perhaps you're just tired of worrying about money, stressing about how much is in your bank account (or isn't in your bank account).

Constantly laying awake at night wondering how you'll ever be able to retire.

Maybe you've known for awhile it's time to take care of your finances, start working toward what you really want your money situation to look like instead of being stuck in the financial grind, relying on someone else to help you make money.

Well, what if I told you I could help you start making your money work for you so you could retire before 50 (if you wanted)?

I'm Tiffany Thomas, your wealth mentor, and I will help you do just that.

After getting my Bachelor's in Business Marketing, finding a decent job and buying a house, I thought I was doing pretty good. Things were going pretty well.

A few years later, I was talking to one of my friends and he mentioned how much he liked investing in real estate and stocks because of the passive income he received.

Passive income (money you don't have to work for)? Yes, please.

I thought that sounded like a grand idea. I bought a couple more properties and bulked up my stock portfolio.

My money was working for me, which was good. But then I found out about how people were becoming financially free (retiring) at young ages, like in their 30's and 40's.

I thought, what?! How are people doing that? I was setting up my plan to retire by 60, but to be retired even earlier, way earlier - I was stoked!

I studied what they were doing, how they were doing it and I created my own plan. I started my own business so I could help others become financially free at a young age too!

I want more out of life than HAVING to work everyday. I want options.

I want to be able to take a day off (without feeling guilty for taking it off or having to ask a boss if I can), travel the world, go to my nephew's dirt bike race and spend my time and money on things I find to be meaningful.

I want to live my own dream, not someone else's dream, and I don't want to wait until I'm in my 60's to do it.

You don't have to be on the 9-5 'til 65 plan. There's another way.

You can take control of your money, make it work for you and start living the life you've been dreaming about.

There's no need to be on the endless hamster wheel of make money --> spend money --> make money --> spend money.

You can make money --> make your money work for you --> have the option to do what you want.

That's the plan I'm on and have created a 7-figure portfolio and became financially free at 38 (2 years earlier than my original goal of age 40).

You may be thinking, it's worked for you, but will it work for me?

I'll tell you. Yes, it will work for you. I don't have any special advantages like a large inheritance from a rich uncle or winning the lottery (although I wouldn't be opposed to that). I was willing to learn and take action. That's it.

If you're ready to learn and take action, get my free course here: Beginner's Guide to Financial Freedom at 40

Because when you look back on this year, and the years to come, you'll be glad you did.

Your future self (and your future bank account) will be thanking you.

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