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FC-book-3dIf you are looking to retire younger or seek a fresh approach to achieving financial freedom, you will need to adapt a new philosophy, change your attitude towards money, and make changes in how you spend, save, and invest. There are no shortcuts to wealth or secrets to achieving overnight success, but there is a better, proven, and realistic way to gain financial independence. It’s a financial philosophy and strategy that millionaire US-Immigrant and entrepreneur Jack Bosch calls “Forever Cash.”

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Motivation should come from inside you and not from other people. I say that because sometimes people leave my seminars feeling ten feet tall and bulletproof, but after a few days they lose their steam and don’t make any significant changes in their lives.

Y seminars are to give you hope and the tools you need to move forward – but I’m not always going to be by your side.

In Chapter 16 of my book I talk about finding your “Reason Why”. Go back and check out that section again, because it will give you food for thought and will help you come up with a custom-tailored source of motivation that will get you off the couch and out in the world.


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In a 1994 speech at USC Business School, Warren Buffet’s longtime business partner Charlie Munger shared this gem:

When Warren lectures at business schools, he says, "I could improve your ultimate financial welfare by giving you a ticket with only 20 slots in it so that you had 20 punches—representing all the investments that you got to make in a lifetime. And once you'd punched through the card, you couldn't make any more investments at all."

He says, "Under those rules, you'd really think carefully about what you did and you'd be forced to load up on what you'd really thought about. So you'd do so much better."

Again, this is a concept that seems perfectly obvious to me. And to Warren it seems perfectly obvious. But this is one of the very few business classes in the U.S. where anybody will be saying so. It just isn't the conventional wisdom.

To me, it's obvious that the winner has to bet very selectively. It's been obvious to me since very early in life. I don't know why it's not obvious to very many other people.

I couldn’t agree more. Not every asset is worth your time and money.

Read the whole speech here.


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