4 Proven Actions to Design Your Wealth While You Still Can
Dasarte Yarnway (Author)
How can women take hold of their personal power and be the boss of their destinies?
Young Money 4 Proven Actions to Design Your Wealth While You Still Can Being young is the ultimate advantage when it comes to building wealth. It may not seem like it when you look at your student loan debt or when the rent comes due, but you have a huge amount of a priceless resource: time. You just need to know what to do with it. Rising-star financial advisor Dasarte Yarnway offers a simple four-step mastery approach anyone can follow to become a Master Wealth Builder. It's a system he himself lives by. You start by mastering the right mindset, says Yarnway. You need to always remember that you're in it for the long haul wealth building is a marathon, not a sprint and keep your eyes and your actions firmly fixed on your wealth-building goals. Then you have to create and master your plan. Yarnway provides advice on avoiding four critical financial pitfalls and a worksheet so you can assess exactly where you are financially, where you want to go, and how you're going to get there. Once you have a plan, you have to start working that plan by mastering income Yarnway looks at the three best ways to do that. With income handled, you have to master expenses. Yarnway offers seven simple ways you can control your outflows and discusses how you can minimize your tax burden while still handling your civic duties. If you start wealth building now instead of ten or twenty years from now, you can experiment, learn from mistakes, bounce back from setbacks, and steadily and consistently build up your legacy. As Yarnway quotes Warren Buffet, "Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree long ago." The sooner you plant, the more shade you'll have.Back to Top ↑
Foreword5 Introduction7 Step One: Master Mindset11 Chapter 1: When Cars Fly12 Chapter 2: 4AM Faith19 Step 2: Master The Plan28 Chapter 3: The Four Financial Pitfalls29 Chapter 4: The Master Budget34 Berknell Financial Group RIITE Planning Worksheet36 Chapter 5: Goal-Based Investing45 Step 3: Master Income62 Chapter 6: Until You Get Punched In the Face63 Chapter 7: Mastering The Stock Market74 Step 4: Master Money Drains83 Chapter 8: Control What You Can Control84 Chapter 9: Two Birds, One Stone: Investing and Taxes87 Conclusion: Mastering Your Legacy91 Chapter 10: Your Personal Economy92 Afterword97 Acknowledgements99Back to Top ↑
"This book is an amazing resource for those who are looking to get a head start on creating a foundation of financial literacy that will lead to an even brighter future for themselves and their families!" Rennie Curran, author of Free Agent and professional athlete "Mr. Yarnway has managed to break down the complexities of building wealth into a step-by-step guide that is applicable to any investor." Sean George, Executive Director and Partner, Berknell Financial Group "This timeless book is a rite of passage for every millennial investor." Bishop K. R. Woods, Chairman, Northern California District Council "This book is as insightful as it is inspiring a must-read for every millennial looking to acquire wealth." Abhinav Mathur, CEO, Hulaloop "This book gives you the tools that should be taught in school. Grab this book to empower yourself!" Jahvid Best, Olympic sprinter and professional football player "One of the best financial books I've read in a long time!" Donovan Carter, actor, Ballers, HBO "Learning to be financially healthy at an early age is one of the most critical things one can do. Dasarte Yarnway's new book is a crucial primer for millennials, and more than a few Gen Xers like myself, on how to build a financial present and future that's stable and successful." Lawrence Ross, Los Angeles Times bestselling author of The Divine Nine "I now know why Dasarte is so highly regarded in the finance world. His knowledge combined with his prose makes a daunting idea such as wealth accumulation achievable for all. I highly recommend this book to all those in pursuit of achieving their financial goals." Jeff Johnson, Principal, JIJ Communications; BET host; and award-winning journalist.Back to Top ↑