Failure Isn’t Final: How Jay Created Financial Freedom

Jay Fiset is a self- described lifelong entrepreneur. He enjoys having multiple businesses and working on projects that are interesting to him, but it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for Jay and his family.

Their journey to Financial Freedom has had its own share of both achievement and setbacks. Along the way, Jay learned an important lesson that he wanted to share with us: Financial Freedom is within reach for everyone.

Taking Steps to Becoming Financially Free

As a young man, Jay realized money equaled more choices in life. He started his own businesses and used the proceeds to fund the purchase of his first bicycle, motorcycle and then, as the years passed, his first car. Though he didn’t yet know about the concept of Financial Freedom and the principles we teach, Jay laid a strong financial foundation for himself at age 16 by investing  in mutual funds. Each month, he would invest another one hundred dollars and watching his investment grow. 

How many of us at 16 years old even knew what a mutual fund was?

Makaylah Rogers is the co-founder of She is a Thought Leader for her generation, teaching people how to rewrite their “money rules.” With an extensive background in wealth building and personal development, Makaylah’s path has taken her into executive roles in various fields including launching startups, real estate sales and motivational keynote speaking.

There are 2 comments

  • Barry on January 6, 2017 at 8:03 pm

    Failure is a stepping stone to greater things.

    • Makaylah on January 26, 2017 at 3:10 pm

      Couldn’t agree more!

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