Midas Legacy is a research company. The word Midas is drawn from King Midas. He is the King, who had who had the unique ability to turn everything he touched into gold. The Midas Legacy draws lessons from the King. If you want to be successful, look no further. The term success is broad. Isn’t it amazing that Midas Legacy does not limit itself to day to day success? They cover different areas; Money management, personal development, Entrepreneurship and early retirement.
To make success tangible, the institution makes resources available. The Midas Code book and guides in different disciplines such as self-made finance, real estate and business. Experts in these fields are successful in their fields. Jim Samson is a world renowned famous expert in matter real estate and entrepreneurship. Sean Bower is a journalist with links to business journalism. He brings his background in journalism with his expertise in finance to the table. Marke Edwards is a health expert. He focuses on natural medicine. He champions the cause of herbal and natural cures.
The strong sense of mission of the organization is planted in each new member from day one. As an organization, Midas does not only take from society. They have built a legacy of giving back to the community. The Florida Sherriff Association has recognized these contributions. Members represented by one of the experts picked up the Gold Business Member. The contributions to the police department have come a long way to making facilities available to the force.
The Give Hope Foundation is the brainchild of Midas Legacy. Just like the name suggests they give beaten member of the community a second chance at life. This is a not for profit organization. The foundation targets child cancer patients in the Central Florida area. Families in the area have a reason to smile as they are now nourished by the continuous support by the Midas Legacy.
The generosity does not end there’s Jude’s Hospital is yet another outreach by the Midas group. The Beneficiaries’ are children cancer patients and ones with catastrophic diseases. The wounded warrior project is another installment to the community. Here war soldiers who were injured in the line of battle were honored. Victims of September 11 terrorist attacks have benefited the most.
The Midas Legacy has reached out to victims of animal cruelty. The organization believes not only in Human rights but also in animal rights. In collaboration with the American Society for the Prevention of animal cruelty, the Midas Legacy works to make sure residents take good care of their pets. Offenders are arrested and charged in a court of law.