Get Rich Slowly: The Course!

Do you have a personal career hero? Someone you consider to be a role model in your specific field?

As a financial writer and still-aspiring leader in the online financial space, one of my career heros is J.D. Roth. When it comes to the who’s who in the financial blogosphere, J.D. is the messiah. In 2006, he launched Get Rich Slowly, an award-winning website, which has been heralded as the Web’s most inspiring personal-finance blog by Money Magazine. He’s also the author of Your Money: The Missing Manual.

I’m excited to announce that J.D. has a brand new 52-week course called Get Rich Slowly: The Unconventional Guide to Mastering Your Money. The program starts at just $39.

J.D. spent the past year developing the online course and as part of the curriculum he’s created a special guide called “Be Your Own CFO.”

“My premise is that if people were to manage their personal finances as if they were managing a business, they’d be much more successful with money,” he tells me.  The spectacular course also includes weekly emails featuring J.D.’s best tips on how to manage your money effectively, as well as 18 audio interviews and transcripts with money gurus  Liz Weston and Jean Chatzky, Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, and many more. Plus, tons of downloadable support material.

It’s finally available and I hope you’ll consider joining.

Just click HERE  to learn more and sign up.



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