“Twenty-five to Life” is the terminology used to refer to prison sentences for criminals. Many governments believe the worst sentence for a criminal is to spend the rest of his or her life behind bars. However, many more people in the world are living out their own prison sentences, just not behind bars. They serve their sentences in cubicles, behind desks, and in the trenches of mediocrity, constantly grinding day in and day out, struggling to keep themselves afloat. These prisoners are not wearing black-and-white striped jumpsuits, but instead are adorned with suits, ties, smocks, and work uniforms. Ball and chains are replaced with mountains of debt we carry on our shoulders wherever we go, a heavy reminder of the reason we trade the best 40-plus years of our life: To make a living with the hopes of retiring and enjoying our “golden years.” Today, at just 25 years old, I have created a new meaning for 25 to Life. Instead of a life sentence in the work force, I escaped. I challenged the system, the way things were “supposed to be,” and in a short four to five years broke out from my personal life sentence as an employee. Now, 25 to Life is a life based on complete financial freedom at the age of 25, having my entire life ahead of me to live life to the fullest, while helping others escape their own life sentence. Believe me, if I can achieve this, you can as well. I encourage you to open your mind as you open this book. You just might open up a door to opportunity and change that will allow you to escape your 25 to Life.
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