Years ago, I used to drive by a golf course where several men were playing golf in the middle of the day. Every time I drove by, in the middle of a weekday, I saw them there. Although I had no desire to play golf, I admired their freedom, and began to ask myself, “How are they so free that they can play golf in the middle a weekday? How can they afford to not have a 9-5 job? How have they achieved that kind of independence?” 

Those questions led me on a quest to learn about achieving freedom for myself. 

I started reading books, observing others, and asking people questions. I discovered several clues along the way. Those clues became my guiding principles. 

I've put those new principles in my upcoming book, The Climb.  

Because I applied the principles I learned to my own life, I achieved my own freedom. Now, instead of playing golf (not knocking it; it's just not my thing), I help a lot of people, I spend time with my family, and I travel (with my family). 

Friend, if you want to figure something out, look for clues and follow their trail. My book, The Climb, might be a good place for you to start.

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