‘Being truly independent is a goal many people have for themselves. It implies being financially free from a job, ambivalent to economic swings and unafraid of life’s twists and turns. In this book, Andrew shares his experience and wisdom from many years working with people to achieve this level of independence and his own experiences. Making the right decisions as early as possible is incredibly important. He shares the tactical ideas and the broader mindset required to stay on the path towards the day that you are truly independent.’
Daniel Priestley, entrepreneur and author of How to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids
‘This is a must read book for anyone interested in breaking away from the mindset of having to go to work because we have to. This book explains in an easy and accessible way how to make more money, have more choice and have greater freedom in our lives. This is the sort of information that we don’t get taught at school, and I believe every young person should give this book a read as there will definitely be several subjects that will benefit them that can be applied in a real life environment. Overall I would highly recommend this book.’
Scott Armstrong, marketing executive, Truly Independent Ltd
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