All this week, I will be posting on my blog about things that you can do RIGHT NOW to get started and to make a real difference in your life. Read more!
While many people would love to walk in and quit their jobs today, I had to learn to use my job as a short-term launching pad that finances and even speeds your path to financial security and independence. Read more!
Flipping vacant land is awesome, but you don’t want to find yourself holding tons of parcels that nobody wants. Read more!
What scared me into taking my financial future into my own hands? Let me tell you. Read more!
If we include preschool, kindergarten, and perhaps college for some of us, we spend a good fifteen to twenty years of our lives in school learning all kinds of things, from the sciences (like biology, chemistry, and physics) to languages and history. Read more!
I hate liars. Don’t you? Read more!
The Wealth Wheel is one of the major tenants of the Forever Cash philosophy. By following the steps in order, you can make more money, pay off your debts, and invest in cash producing assets. So what are the main components of the Wealth Wheel? Have a look at the graphic below: Read more!
In order to keep at something, you need to have a reason “why” (something I talk in depth about in chapter 16 of my book Forever Cash. Please read that chapter if you haven’t already.
But today, I wanted someone else to make the same argument for me. His name is Simon Sinek, and he gave the following TED talk that perfectly encapsulates the importance of motivators. Take a look: