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Albert Einstein once said, "There is no force in the universe more powerful than compound interest." I was 2 years out of college when a friend of mine, Satomi, asked me to attend a financial seminar. I was hesitant at first. Then she asked me, "Charles, did you ever learn how to manage your money?" It was a simple question, but I realized that I really had no clue. I took some courses in economics and advanced engineering calculus. In my engineering econ class, learned stuff like: if you bought a machine for your business at X value would be the value in Y years if it depreciated at Z rate? Well, even after completing an engineering degree, I started to realize that our school systems here in the US aren't really geared to teach us how to manage our lives and our finances...but they can help us make business owners wealthy. Out of curiosity, I attended the financial seminar. After 2 hours, the idea that stayed in my brain for weeks was the power of compound interest. It was the "Rule of 72."