How the carpenter became a millionaire

12 Feb How the carpenter became a millionaire

     My name is Aron Wilder.  I am a multi-millionaire in the making.  This blog will be a journal to my journey.  It will serve as a real life account of my experience with Live Out Loud.  Like many of you, I want a better life for myself and those close to me.

     I am a carpenter, born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska.  I decided early in life that I wanted to be successful financially in hopes that I would be able to provide a comfortable and enjoyable life for myself and the family that I was sure to have someday.

     I have a fiance and two children that I would like to spend more time with.  They are the most important part of my life.  All of my decisions are made with their best interest at heart.  I would like to be able to teach my children how to gain and maintain financial independence from a young age.  I hope that money will be one aspect of their lives that they will not have to worry about and that they will be able to focus on living life instead of working for a paycheck. 

     With time I realized that I would very much like to be able to give back to my community as well.  I grew up admiring the people around me that were developing our area and see some of them giving back now that they are reaching the end of their working careers.  I look forward to making my own contributions.  I see the potential that Fairbanks and Alaska have and want to help make them both an even better place to live. 

     My goal is to have a net worth of $1,000,000 in five years.  My plan is to create a personal financial plan that will help me focus and serve as a guide on my path to financial independence.

     I would very much appreciate hearing any thoughts you might have.  Thank you.

 

Aron Wilder

1Comment
  • Andre Ellerbe Jr.
    Posted at 13:07h, 29 May Reply

    Good afternoon Aron. I hope all is well. I just wanted to thank you for your willingness to record your journey to becoming a multi-millionaire through a blog. That’s very bold of you. I got a chance to look at a video of you and Loral L. where you told her you were going to have construction as your Cash Machine. Good for you! I hope everything is going well. Furthermore, I appreciate your willingness to do what’s necessary to provide a better life for you and your family. People like you inspire me to be persistence and never quit. In the meantime, I wish you nothing but greatness and please feel free to let me know if you need any help in growing your Cash Machine. I would be more than happy to offer you any assistance free of charge. Take care!

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