VC | Creative Artist.
They say if you want to get good at investing, one of the best things you can do is to invest in yourself; invest in your skills, your tools, your knowledge and your awareness.
So, ask yourself - what do you need to invest in? Do you know how to make money? Do you know how to build a business? Do you know how to manage your money? Cut deals? Structure Partnerships? Etc., etc., etc.?
I mean, if you aren't prepared to invest in yourself, how can anyone else justify investing in you?
With this in mind, I'm right now in the development phase of my new course series on conscious living, small business and startups, executive management and more to help people learn, but in the meantime, many of you have been asking me about crypto, trading, the stock market etc., etc.
For those of you who know me well, you know I've been involved in public venture capital for a long time. Done right, a person can do very well in this business.
Well, today, in the spirit of you learning how to invest in yourself, I've just launched a new info page on my website to help share insight and access to my first book, "The Penny Stocks Bible." This book shares all of my insights and techniques to trading early stage public companies, and in my honest opinion, should give you a great foundation of knowledge to get started here.
Sure, it's $20, but this is part of the exercise, and I know firsthand that this book is already changing lives. Let me put it this way - if I told you, you could have the potential to earn thousands++ from the application of the insights I share in this book, do you think that would be worth $20 to you? If not, well then, I'd suggest you still have work to do on yourself learning how to make calculate bets. If you can't risk $20 for the answers you seek, how are you ever going to make millions?
I can certainly lead you to water my friends, but I definitely can't make you drink.
VC | CREATIVE ARTIST
I have spent some 15 years building and financing startup companies, with a deep passion for positive social impacts and the creative arts. Now as I continue about my personal and professional journeys, I share everything I know and have learned with you here.