Weekend Reading – Elevator Speech Edition

by RJ

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I have been going through, ProBlogger’s 31 Days to Build a Better Blog course, in an effort to improve Gen Y Wealth.

The first day’s task, was to design an elevator pitch. This is something I have done before in various sales classes in my career, but the first time I thought about it for this site.

After a lot of thinking, I decided that the purpose of Gen Y Wealth is the help finance remarkable lives.

Does that make you want to keep reading?

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PatrickNo Gravatar September 20, 2010 at 12:45 pm

Interesting, nice and short while still leaving an impression and the desire for the reader to ask questions.

My first question would be, what is your definition of “remarkable”?

Is remarkable being able to buy a 40 foot yacht and two houses? Or is it remarkable to live within your means, carry no credit card debt and build wealth?

I know for me lately I have been focusing on building wealth as I have paid off all my credit cards. I have continued to make regular investments in the stock market but I really want to start a business in the next three years. I want to control my own financial fate and not leave it to the whims of the market.

RJNo Gravatar September 21, 2010 at 2:39 pm

Patrick – Thanks for making me clarify. The more I think about it, I need to write an entire post on this topic.

A preview – The definition of remarkable is entirely up to each individual. If it’s your goal to buy a 40 foot yacht and two houses, then I want to help that person as much as the college graduate who wants to work full-time in charity.

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