Author Archive for: Aimee Elizabeth
Aimee was a broke and homeless teenage girl. A throwaway kid at age fifteen. She was never in foster care, never received any government or charitable or assistance, and no money from family or friends. Aimee had many low paying (but legal!) jobs that kept her from starving. Aimee refused to be a victim, and was determined to fix her life.
She started her first successful business at age twenty, and retired after selling her fourth business at age thirty-eight. She is now a multi-millionaire, successful real estate investor, guest speaker, business consultant and best selling author of Poverty Sucks! How to Become a Self-Made Millionaire.
Aimee also does work with StreetTeens.org, a Nevada charity, which is near and dear to her heart for obvious reasons. Aimee’s dream is to eradicate poverty worldwide, and her book, business consulting and speaking engagements provide the tools people need to become a financial success in their own lives. For more information, go to AimeeElizabeth.net.
Aimee is currently single, has no children, and lives in Las Vegas with her two cats, seven turtles and assorted koi.
For more information, please visit AimeeElizabeth.net.
Entries by Aimee Elizabeth
When you do what you love, work always feels like play. Follow whatever you are passionate about, and you will find yourself always going above and beyond the call of duty, and the money will always follow. You will naturally and easily rise to the top of your field. Money can be made, money can be lost, money can be made again. What you can’t make more of is time. The only thing your life is made of is time. Don’t waste it. Make your loved ones your priority – always. Work is always secondary, but unfortunately, so many people… Read more.
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