Skepticism is healthy and normal; but stubborn skepticism closes all the doors.
But what’s at risk and what is the fear that’s stopping you?
I can tell you the answer to that upfront so we can get it out of the way:
The risk and fear of loss from my program is as low as $7.
I can’t promise you fast riches because get-rich-quick schemes have shown time and time again to not work. I know because I’ve tried most of them on my journey to success. You live and you learn.
But here’s what is possible: you can put a bit of effort in (on the side) to supplement your current income so that you can have some room to breath (by increasing financial stability and security).
Because the fact is, millionaires and billionaires don’t work much harder than you. The rich work hard to set themselves up; but once the work is done, it’s done. Do you think they live the same life as you, with the same concerns, worries, and problems?
Do you think corona, social unrest, economic uncertainty, and all of these others things – do you think the elite are affected in the same way?
No, they are not. And that’s why you need to start setting yourself up as well. You need to do your part in helping yourself get to a far more stable and secure position in life.
So with that said, here’s your 60-second invitation video:
Here’s a longer video if you want to learn more, and would also like to hear a bit more about my story:
Introduction to my private investing mentorship club:
Elite Investors Guild is a private, members-only, investor’s club. We have everyone from people who know nothing about assets (i.e. stock market, bond market, cryptocurrency, real estate, etc), to veterans who’ve already turned quite a bit of profit over the years. Members will be personally mentored by me and will have access to a community of like-minded individuals looking to generate a sustainable source of income and create wealth through investing, via a private Facebook Group.
Invite from Timothy S. Kim:
What a year it’s been. We’re already at the tail end of 2020, so let’s do a temperature check.
How’re you feeling? Are you happy or sad? Are you feeling confident or worried? How stable do you feel socially and economically? Did this year turn out to be anything close to what you were expecting for 2020? If someone asked you last year, could you have predicted that we’d be in times like we find ourselves in right now?
I, nor anyone, could’ve predicted this would be how this year would unfold. We were all blind-sided by all the things happening right now, it feels like we’re living in some sort of alternate reality or we’re in an episode of black mirror.
Here’s what 2020 has taught me: nothing is for sure
The world, society, governments, health organizations, the economy, the markets, a person’s ability to earn an income through their job and/or through other sources of revenue, your relationship with your neighbors, friends, relatives, feelings of relative safety in our communities and in our lives at home and outside the home – all of these are highly unpredictable, highly unstable, and highly susceptible to complete 180 degree shifts at any given second (in other words, all of these things are super volatile and what was once stable can turn unstable faster than our ability to react to them).
I’m sure you can relate to at least one of the things I’ve mentioned, if not most of them.
So what can we do to be better prepared going forward when there’s so many things that feel unstable?
What is out there that’ll absolutely guarantee us that things will eventually get better and such societal breakdowns and pandemics will not happen in the future?
You may not believe in a God, so this might not pertain to you; but personally, as a person who believes in a God, I can say for myself that only God knows the answers to those things. And as human beings, we can only prepare for the worst and hope for the best. That’s literally the only sane thing you can do – just doing your absolute best to be prepared so that you can protect you, your family, your loves ones, and your well-being in case things ever turn for the worse.
Having said all of that, let’s give a chance for hope. So let’s assume that once we’re all out of this age of corona, riots, politics, and police/civilian related angst and all of the other problems of 2020, things might hopefully go back to how things were, or things would develop into something better than what it used to be.
In such a scenario, how does your life look and where on the spectrum/range are you in all the aspects of your life (i.e. health, family, friends, your job, other sources of income, shelter, protection against various potential future calamities, etc).
If you’re young and maybe from a not so well-to-do background (similar to my story or maybe even worse), you might think that still that degree or that license or certification is your key to success. The key that will open the door to a financially secure life through some sort of meaningful and high paying job, with friendly co-workers, and a humble and caring boss.
The problem, however, is that there are really no professions on this earth that is fail-proof and even the most stable ones come with a lot of baggage and problems. Most people only realize this once it’s too late (often with debt that they will be paying off to their graves with nothing to show for it). Once you’ve put so many of your most important years of youth toiling and working hard, only to find yourself waking up every day not wanting to go to work with a never-ending list of bills and family financial problems to deal with.
Here are the research-backed facts:
The WEF (World Economic Forum) has done a study that shows that 52% of jobs will be automated by 2025 (that’s in 5 years).
Go ahead and google this.
There have been many studies that further validates the research on this (Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX is also a big believer in AI displacing jobs in the near future; and so is Ray Kurzweil, Director of Engineering at Google).
So what is your action plan to address this obvious problem that’s heading our way?
You’ve probably heard this quote attributed to Albert Einstein regarding the definition of insanity:
“[the definition of insanity is] doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.”
Now whether you believe Einstein really said that is not the point.
There is still truth in the saying right? A rational person can’t disagree with that statement.
If you’re doing the same thing day in and day out, and yet you hope your life gets better, it wouldn’t make much sense right?
Because if you want something you’ve never had, you need to try something you’ve never done.
Many roads lead to Rome, but passive income is the only road to lasting financial security because it’s the only way one can have some income coming in even as you sleep. So no human capital restrictions (i.e. your own time). Without these flows of passive cash, you have no choice but to work to your grave, for the entirety of your life.
You need to learn about investing.
Do you seriously think millionaires and billionaires are all working WAY harder than you? Do you think corona and social unrest is hitting the wealthy the same as you or others?
Ponder this for a moment.
If that is what you think, then you don’t understand how the world works.
These same people, these millionaires and billionaires, have exactly the same 24 hours in a day as you do. They know how to get their money to work for them. That’s the main difference. So how is it that they lead very different lives than you? How come?
These same people are just people. Just like you and me and have the same problems, but they have a very powerful tool at their disposal that they can wave like a magic wand to cover over a lot of these problems that afflict the average person in society.
The short answer is the following:
Money is that tool
I’ve said time and time again that money is not everything and it doesn’t buy you complete happiness. But anyone that disagrees that money is a powerful tool in increasing stability, security, and happiness…well, then they must’ve never had much money. Because you don’t know what you don’t know. You can’t know what you’ve never had.
What’s something else that millionaires and billionaires do that are different than most?
How are there (statistically) so many millionaires and billionaire that came from nothing?
Statically, most millionaires and billionaires haven’t inherited their money. Most started with nothing (similar to my story).
So how? What’s the secret and what do they do differently?
Here’s the answer to that:
Money is their servant. They are not a servant to money.
You need to make your money work for you; not the other way around.
An income from a job is insecure because it can stop at any time.
And that’s why no one should have only one or two sources of income, it’s just too risky.
So here’s where I come in
You need a mentor figure. You need someone that can come alongside you and teach you, to encourage you, and someone you can journey alongside with. The problem is that you were just trying to do it alone with no help. And props to you if that’s you but human beings were made to work together. Being a lone wolf sound cool and all (in movie scripts and stories); but in real life, it’s not how people move up the ladder of socioeconomics.
You need to join my tribe by being a part of my private investing mentorship club where I’ll answer investing questions and share with you what I know about investing, and what I’ve personally been able to do with my investment portfolios; and lastly current market conditions and what my personal plans are going forward.
Here’s your chance to try something new and different; and not just “hoping” that things will turn around in some unknown time in the future.
Take ownership over your life and your current circumstances! I want to see you living your best life!
Wishing you the best,
Timothy S. Kim
What you can expect from joining my group
Because I’m confident in what I know, I am testing a 60-day money back guarantee. It’s that simple. I don’t like to waste time with fluff and that’s why I often come across as being a bit too direct.
If you try it and don’t like it, you can cancel at any time.
There’s a major difference between investing and speculation. I will cover the two differences in the group, but know that I’m more conservative. Because the goal isn’t just to be rich. It’s to not become poor.
Also, it is important to understand that I will never personally invest your money. I can only teach you and guide you through investing principles by sharing what I’ve done in the past and am continuing to do (it’s better to teach one how to fish so the person can eat for a lifetime, than feeding him for just one day by giving away fish).
As I’ve mentioned at above: skepticism is healthy and normal, but unchecked (stubborn) skepticism, closes all the doors.
Again, I can’t promise you quick riches because get-rich-quick schemes simply do not work. I know because I’ve tried them all in my journey to success.
Everyone, however, can use some extra money on the side. This is what I want to help you with. Putting a bit of effort in (on the side) to supplement your income.
Click one of the options below to sign up and get started (nothing good has ever come by not taking action!). A majority of the group are new to investing so you won’t feel alone, but we also have some pros and veterans as well!
Knowing the worst that could happen should help with your fears
The worst that can happen, is if you choose the lowest $7 option and you lose out on $7 (which you can ask for back within 60 days); but what’s the risk of losing out on what might completely change your life? Not giving it a try is the far greater risk than losing out on $7 (up to $295, if you are financially able and want to go that high).
So see you in the group!