Make It Rain: Learn to Dominate Your Finances & Bring Clean Water to African Villages

Today's announcement has been a long time coming and I couldn't be more excited to share it with you. So, without further ado... I'm proud to announce the launch of my brand new course: Make It Rain.

What is Make It Rain?

When I graduated college in 2008 I barely knew anything about money. All I knew was that I had a lot of debt from school and that I wanted to get rid of it as quickly as possible.

Fast forward four years and I've paid off all $28,000 of my debt, saved $50,000 for retirement, quit my unfulfilling job, vagabonded the U.S. with my wife, and live a life filled with freedom.

Make It Rain is the exact financial action plan I followed to get where I am at today. 

The 10-week course covers different areas of personal finance, everything from earning and saving to retirement and spending, and gives you a 100-step checklist to get on the right track. Whether your finances are an absolute mess or you're on the right track, but just need to fill some knowledge gaps, Make It Rain will help you out.

The course is also filled with exclusive video interviews with some of the most popular personal finance authors on the web (J.D. Roth & Adam Baker) and personal case studies showing the exact tools I used to pay off my debt and save enough money to quit my day job.

Why Call It Make It Rain?

As I've hinted at a few times before, this course isn't just about you and me. It is about something much, much bigger.

25% of every single purchase of Make It Rain will go directly to charity: water to help fund clean drinking water wells in Africa.

By the end of 2012 my goal is for us to fully fund a well project that costs $5,000. 

That is all I have to share today, but I encourage you to check out Make It Rain.

It could change your life forever. 

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Caleb Wojcik

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