Posts Tagged ‘finances’

Part of Everything You Make Is Yours to Keep

The most important lesson of all the lessons of wealth is the easiest to understand and the hardest to do.  You MUST pay yourself first. You MUST KEEP a portion of what you make and start to develop your wealth.  You MUST live within your means.  If you cannot do this, it doesn’t matter what…

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Don’t Eat Your Babies

Many times, when I teach people how to become financially free we talk about putting money away in your “financially free” account. They ask two questions that don’t make sense. One is, “What am I going to do with the money?” That’s like asking, “How am I going to drive my Ferrari?” before you have…

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Watch for Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

There are many people, mentors, books, and courses you can learn from to become financially free. Today, we are going to talk about who you should not listen to, who you need to be careful of, and who to avoid. This is just as important as knowing who to listen to. I know a lot…

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Understanding What Wealth Means

In order to discuss what wealth means, we need to get clear on what it means to each person. When I give my live seminars on the subject, I ask the audience, “How many in here would like financial freedom?”  Almost, without exception, the entire audience raises their hands, and those who don’t will lie…

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The M&M Theory

Today I want to share a story with you that was told to me back when I was much younger. It’s stuck with me and served me very well and has affected how I think about money. In fact, it’s been so important to me that writing this article has made me write several more…

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Defining Who You Are

One of the biggest challenges facing any business is to decide what you are and what you represent.  What do you stand for?  How do you distinguish yourself from the competition?   What makes your business unique and different? Deciding on your values and your purpose is an undertaking that is well worth your time and effort.  It is not easy to do. …

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