At the age of 15, Andy was playing small clubs to massive summer festivals cross the country as a lead guitarist.
Deciding to pursue a more lucrative career path, he obtained an Economics degree from Rutgers University.
Disillusioned by long hours, lack of compensation control, and corporate politics in banking, commodities, and retail marketing he refused to settle for mediocrity.
A chance meeting with a financially free couple who retired at 28 changed the trajectory of his corporate career. After pursing them and earning their mentorship, his wife and him are able to call their own shots beyond the common cubicle.
Natasha graduated from Rutgers University with a double major in Music & Communications.
Shortly after graduating she pursued further involvement with Health & Beauty, certified for CPR and first aid as well as health & skin analysis.
While doing so, not only did she work in International Sales for 3 years, she also privately taught piano and gained experience in private coaching.
Along with her husband, Natasha is paying forward what the power of mentorship has allowed them to achieve by helping others to accomplish their goals.