Sarah worked up to 15 hours a day, nearly every day of the week, with frequent overseas travel that took her away from her small children. She worried that they were growing up without a mother.
Rebecca put all of her resources into a homewares business in 1997, which floundered for five years and ultimately left her with nothing. For another five years, she lived in poverty to save as much money as possible for a new start.
Overcoming adversity, they started investing, and they never slowed down. After lining up an impressive string of deals, they were both able to quit their jobs around the beginning of 2015, and within the next two years, their combined portfolio is projected to exceed $10 million.