Kick normal to the curb

and build wealth like a weirdo.

What's Wrong With Normal?

Have you ever felt like everyone around you seems to be doing better than you financially?

Have you ever felt stuck on the hamster wheel of working harder and harder but your credit card balances keeps going up and not down?

You're not alone.

A recent survey found that nearly 60% of people don't have the money to cover a $1,000 emergency.

Even more revealing, another survey found that 25% of people making more than $100,000 annually are living paycheck to paycheck.

And that was all before the coronavirus pandemic.

How can that be?

Normal is Broke. Weird is Wealthy!

My name is Aaron McHone, and when my wife and I got married, we were making a combined salary of $34,000 and thought we were on top of the world.

We looked just like everyone else.

We felt just like everyone else.

We were normal.

And that was our problem.

You see, we also had a pile of credit card debts, two big car payments, and student loans hiding out in the background, and those were eating up most of our paycheck.

(Perhaps you can relate.)

So one day my wife and I sat down and created our very first budget, and that was a complete disaster.

Or was it?

That day started our journey of breaking away from being normal with money.

We proceeded to live like we were broke (*ahem*...because we were) and started getting comfortable looking very weird to the people around us.

We spent 3 long years tracking every penny we spent in order to pay off all of our debt.

We learned the value of saving up a full 6 months of living expenses in an emergency fund, so we did that too.

We decided never to borrow money for a car again, so we started paying cash for our cars.

Eventually we bought a house, but we didn't like the idea of some random mortgage company owning most of it, so we paid it off in just 7 years.

We learned there is nothing more powerful for building wealth than investing money for a really long time, so we learned how to do that as well.

And over the last 10 years, we discovered that none of this stuff is rocket science.

Anyone can do what we've done, but you have to break away from being normal and start making money decisions that, I'll be completely honest, are going to make you look weird.

And in the ultimate weird money move, in 2019 I retired from my job to join my wife as a stay-at-home parent to our 4 amazing kids, all age 10 and under.

And now my mission is to teach you everything I've learned about money over these last 10 years.

I want to help you become one of the weirdos that tracks your money, has a healthy emergency fund, is 100% completely debt free, is investing to build wealth, and just maybe, retires far earlier than you ever imagined.

If you feel like you're ready to go from normal to weird, from broke to wealthy, then it's time to take the next step.

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