Krisstina Wise is a real estate mogul, Millionaire Coach, and creator of several multi-million dollar businesses including Goodlife Luxury, The Paperless Agent and most recently, WealthyWellthy. She is also an international speaker and the award-winning author of the Amazon Best-Seller Falling for Money, a romance novel for your bank account. Named one of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in the country, she has been featured in USA TODAY, as well as by Apple, Contactually and Evernote for her creative leadership with emerging technologies.
After nearly losing her life in 2013 and spending almost half a million dollars to get it back, she is changing the world again by inspiring others to build extraordinary wealth and optimal health. By sharing her extreme successes and abysmal failures, Krisstina reveals the elusive secrets of the uber wealthy (and why health is where to invest first). Through cutting-edge, research-based education, access to the world’s top wealth strategists and doctors, Krisstina is helping millions each year discover the true path to wealth, health, and happiness. You can find Krisstina on her WealthyWellthy Life podcast, her free weekly Millionaire Masterclass, and here on her website at WealthyWellthy.Life.
WealthyWellthy is a new perspective. The intersection of financial wealth and vibrant health. Many of us sacrifice one for the sake of the other. But both are required to live a good life. Both are required to reach a place of freedom and peace of mind. I will teach you a new lifestyle. I will show you the mindsets, tools, and systems that transformed my life from financial despair on my death bed to multimillionaire in peak health. I want to show you how to make millions and feel like a million bucks. At the same time. So that you can take charge of money, health, and happiness. And live life on your terms.
These beliefs worked for a long time. Until they didn’t. Despite following all the money and success rules touted by the most notorious teachers, I experienced catastrophic breakdowns in both wealth and health. I went broke following conventional money and “retirement” doctrine. I nearly died by following mainstream beliefs about health and trusting the tenets of conventional medicine. Happiness was nowhere in the equation. Because I could only be happy when… (insert next accomplishment).
My discovery happened on my death bed. When you’re facing death, you don’t care about your achievements, success, money in the bank, possessions, or toys. You want one thing. Your health back. And with that realization comes regret. Regret for not living. For caring about things that don’t matter. For giving a damn about what other people think. For not spending more time with loved ones. Not to mention the unspoken… an excruciating fear of dying.