More Than a Millionaire
Your Path to Wealth, Happiness, and a Purposeful Life
Do you have enough money to realize your dreams? Is realizing your dreams enough, or do you also want to make a meaningful contribution to the lives of others?
With money you can be a millionaire. You’ll be financially independent and have the freedom to spend your days as you like, and buy toys, trinkets, and travel for yourself and people you love. But money also gives you time and resources to make the world a better place…to contribute to your community and be generous in ways that will bring the kind of happiness that money alone can’t buy. That’s what it means to be More than a Millionaire.
The All-Weather Retirement Portfolio
Your post-retirement investment guide to a worry-free income for life
Imagine how you’d feel if you could sail through your retirement years, confident you’d done all you could to have a worry-free income for life, regardless of the economic storms ahead. In The All Weather Retirement Portfolio, financial expert Randy L. Thurman shares how you can do just that. With Mr. Thurman’s strategies, you’ll be prepared for any bouts of stormy weather that come your way, knowing your income will remain steady for the rest of your life.
You can have it all—not just more income to spend in your retirement years, but also the peace of mind that comes from knowing that, no matter what happens in the outside world, you’ve done all you can do to have a worry-free income for life.
One More Step
The 638 Best Quotes for the Runner
On January 2, I weighed a “svelte” 205 pounds. My “executive” physical a few weeks earlier had been lots of fun. My doctor, trying to be humorous (doctors rarely are) told me I was not overweight—however, he informed me I was five inches too short. At five feet nine inches, I needed to lose forty pounds or more.
So it was decision time. Should I continue down the path of “master couch potato”? Or should I do something about my physical fitness? The self-help audio book is telling me, “What goal would you set if you knew it was impossible to fail?” So I set a crazy, audacious goal: to lose forty pounds and run a marathon with the year—at age fifty. Crazy? Maybe. Eleven months later in my journey I completed the Route 66 Marathon in Tulsa, Oklahoma.