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Want Financial Independence?

The Financially Independent Millennial shares how one regular Millennial (just like you) became a millionaire by the age of 35!

Warning: reading this book and following the advice within can result in a 7-figure net worth!

Discover the steps (known only by the financially successful) that I used to becoming financially free:

  • How being broke taught me how to be wealthy
  • How I bought and sold real estate for a profit
  • How to built and sold my businesses
  • Learn about the journey investing in stocks
  • Understand the smart way I borrow money
  • Learn how I examine – and improve – my cash flow
  • Discover how I put myself on a budget
  • Discover how I cut my expenses and built a monthly surplus
  • and much more!

The Financially Independent Millennial answers the question: How do I become a millennial millionaire? Grab your copy now and start building your 7-figure net worth today!


Rick is a highly motivated business leader, financial tactician and author of The Financially Independent Millennial.  He has a proven track record as a respected, influential business leader, and brings a proven ability to translate vision into reality.

Born raised in Vancouver, Canada, Rick is both fluent in both English and French and is currently working on his Italian. He is an energetic business person who values honesty and integrity.

Rick’s 20+ year background in tech startups, M&A, and in the board room allows him to best meet the needs of just about any type of client- whether they are sophisticated investors, entrepreneurs, or even celebrities.  

Rick started his career very young, and by the age 35, he had sold his companies and became financially independent. 

Rick’s latest endeavor is The Surplus Academy– an online community that helps folks achieve Financial Independence. This might seem like an impossible goal, but, it’s definitely possible! Through podcasts, blog posts, and social media, people will not only learn what worked for him, but they will also be exposed to what worked for others.

When not thinking about business, Rick writes for his travel blog, is an enthusiast of fast cars, technology, cooking, and wine.