Hey! I am Lee

I talk about my money and help Gen Z invest and get through life with a new kind of attitude towards money.

No more shame and finger pointing. By sharing with you my stories and my struggles with money, I offer you practical advice on how I got out, and how free and liberating it is to master your own financial health.

This blog answer questions you always have about money but is too afraid to ask.

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“Thoughts become things, if you see it in your head, you will hold it in your hands. Bob Proctor”

Financial Independence is about having the choice to spend your time and resources on the people and things that matter most to you.

Oprah Winfrey once said “The reason I’ve been able to be so financially successful is my focus has never, ever for one minute been money.”

If you think talking about money is makes you uneasy. Just try ignorance. You will see many who did nothing wrong, worked hard, lost all their money. Don’t wait till it is too late. And never shame and blame yourself. Dust it off and start again. This time, read and study!

And if anyone around you has a problem talking about money, they or the family they came from have had problematic relationship with money.

Today the financial system and capitalist society we live in, gives us a lot of choices but it is 100 x times more sophisticated in making you very rich as it is making those who are ignorant very broke (even if they work hard and saved money).

It is never too late…to start a detox to your financial life

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I had my first experience with consumer debt at age 19. There is 12 trillion dollars of debt in US, student loans, mortgages, credit cards.

I saw my boss had the second heart attack. My colleague going through 3rd marriage… Success and achievement and the trophies of stuff. I have a bigger house, job title, golf membership… There is nothing inherently wrong with stuff.

The problem is being sold this story that if we get these things, we will become happier. For the longest time, I was chasing happiness.

Joshua Fields Millburn