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www.LoganChristopher.com I thought I was good with my finances...but I was wrong. Back in 2008, while I was easily making more than I was spending personally, this did not carry over into my finances when I first started my business. It didn’t take long to surpass my $12/hour wage I was earning at the grocery store, so soon after that I went out on my own and never looked back. What happened was, at its peak...I had over $25,000 in credit card debt. Sure, I rationalized to myself that I was investing in my business by buying the next $2,000 course. And education is critically important to invest in. But I simply was not in control of my expenses. I did not understand money like I thought I did. I was young and stupid. Sometimes I had to borrow money just to make rent. I doubled down. I worked harder. Feeling the pain of the debt, that left me screaming into a pillow on some nights, I began learning more about money and how to handle it properly. Fast forward a few years. Eventually, I dug myself out of this hole of debt. Even then...I just couldn’t seem to get ahead, the next few years. I would save a bit, only to rack up more on my credit cards, and in a fit of frustration I would take from my savings to get back to Zero. Why was Money such a Struggle? I told myself I would pay myself back...but after repeating this pattern five times I realized I was lying to myself. Seeing this cycle, I got fed up. I got angry with myself and I swore I would figure it out. I made it my mission to do so. Over the next month I probably read 30 different books on finances. Read isn’t the right word. DEVOURED. I was searching for the missing keys, something that would change how I saw money, and change how I acted on it. In the end, it wasn’t any one thing. No one book that I read provided the answer. Instead, it was through this Massive Action that I came up with this system. I am Not a Millionaire...Not Yet... But I will be. Since that time, my savings, my net worth, has steadily, like a system should be, gone up each and every month. Recently, I was able to put 20% down to buy my dream home in Santa Cruz…the Bay Area known for having significantly higher real estate prices compared to most of the country. I don’t share this to brag. I share this to say, that this system works. One of my favorite quotes was from the late Jim Rohn. This has been a guiding beacon in my life… “Become a millionaire not for the million dollars, but for what it will make of you to achieve it.” Right now, it is just a matter of time until I achieve this goal. With the system in place (barring unforeseen devastating events over which I can’t control like dying or complete civilization collapse) it will happen. It can’t not work. That’s how powerful The Money System Than Never Fails is. That sounds pretty arrogant, doesn’t it? But the truth is that it is not. The system cannot fail because it is built on foundational principles regarding money that are universally true. The fact is that only YOU can fail it. But once you understand these principles, putting the right systems and structures in place, it becomes quite easy to work the system. Early on in my journey I understood a few of these things…but I didn’t quite get human nature. That is why when I had my massive AHA, it was about getting the right things in place that would allow the proper expression of human nature. This was the book I wish I had stumbled across back when I was going through my being pissed at myself. This was the book I wish I had when I first ever made money!