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How to Take DECISIVE Action vs. Taking No Action

  Are you tired of juggling? You know... keeping all those balls in the air as you work, work, work to pay the bills. Not to mention juggling family time with getting all that work done, right? It is absolutely exhausting! So why do you keep doing it? (I think I know, but you can [...]

By |October 12th, 2017|Appointment, coaching, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

What’s the Difference between Rents and Returns When Investing in Multifamily Properties?

During my daily conversations, one question keeps coming up... People want to understand how much income they can really earn with rental properties. This is especially true of people who are new to real estate investing. For me, that means investing in multifamily properties. That also means my overall operating expenses are going to be [...]

By |October 5th, 2017|coaching, knowledge, reasons, retirement|0 Comments

How to STOP Chasing the Almighty €/$/¥/£ in Your J.O.B.

This article is meant for corporate soldiers and management professionals like me who work every day in a big company. The difference between me and you is that I no longer depend on making big sales in my corporate job to earn my living, and that’s what I want for you... to be able to [...]

By |September 28th, 2017|Appointment, cashflow, investment, retirement|0 Comments

What You Can Learn from Multi-Billion-Dollar CEOs

Ever sit across the table from a really wealthy CEO? That’s what I do in my day job... and it’s always a learning experience. It’s amazing just how fast these people make yes and no decisions. They don’t think about things much. You can see their minds moving at lightning speed. They’ve had years and [...]

By |September 21st, 2017|coaching, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

How to Raise Private Capital Explained Over Coffee

Do you think raising capital for your next big business endeavor is hard? It’s not. If you think it’s challenging that’s because you haven’t learned how to do it yet. The last word in the sentence ... “YET” ... is critically important. It simply means that there are things you still need to learn, which [...]

By |September 16th, 2017|cashflow, investment, knowledge|0 Comments

Serve FIRST: How to Gain Credibility, Build Your Expertise and Even Make Sales

I know what you’ve been taught... It’s reverse to what I’m about to share with you. What am I talking about? Serving others first and having a good system in place by which to serve others will give you more sales, greater income and more loyal customers! This comes from a personal experience. My wife [...]

By |September 7th, 2017|coaching, investment, knowledge|0 Comments

How to Choose the BEST Accountability Partners

Does anyone challenge you? You know... someone you trust who gives you feedback, good and not-so-good, on what you’re doing in business. This person needs to ask good questions, look at your website and content with fresh new eyes and also be supportive of you when you’re experiencing tough days. For me, I have a few [...]

By |August 31st, 2017|Appointment, coaching, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

Want to Reach Your Goals? Put Yourself Out There!!

Are you trying new things? Are you ready to do things differently? Well, I have news for you... You’re going to have to put your message out there louder and prouder than you ever have. You need to be willing to have an opinion. You can’t stay in the middle! This revelation comes on the [...]

By |August 24th, 2017|Appointment, coaching, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

Want to Live Like a Millionaire? Are You Sure?!

So, you want to be a millionaire? You want to live like one? What would that look like... just lazing around all day doing whatever you feel like doing, spending money like there’s no tomorrow, not having much of a plan? I’m here to tell you that is the wrong way to at millionaires and [...]

By |August 17th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, reasons, retirement, travel|0 Comments

When Is It Okay to Buy Doo-Dads?

Ever heard of a doo-dad? In Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 board game (that I dearly love to play) you learn that a doo-dad is something you buy that you do not need. It’s just something you want, like a new TV or the coolest pair of running shoes you keep seeing advertised everywhere. However, on [...]

By |August 11th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons, retirement|0 Comments