There are 4 major financial challenges standing in the way of you achieving your version of financial freedom. And the #1 solution is cash flow management. Tune in to learn what strategies and tools you can use to make the journey a lot easier.
Last week, I read an article on MarketWatch that said half of American families are living paycheck to paycheck. I did a little bit more digging and found another interesting statistic: roughly half of all Millennials are living paycheck to paycheck as well. Now, I know that there have been recent financial catastrophes in the financial world, and living hand to mouth isn’t something new, but my question is: how much longer are we going to keep living this way? After doing a little research, I realized that living paycheck to paycheck is an effect of a deep rooted cause in the American fabric: We love to floss and show off. Tune in to learn how you can turn things around.
Want to speed up your rise to the top? Start associating with more winners. In the beginning, it’s going to feel tough, but you’ll appreciate it in the long-term. Watch the video to learn how:
Watch as NewOne host Roland Martin breaks down the important of financial literacy and building wealth in the Black community.
Tired of feeling broke? Tired of spending your paycheck before you even get it? Tired of feeling sad because you don’t have money to do anything?
The cure to your problem is developing multiple streams of income. The risky decision you can make in life is depending on one source of income to support yourself. Watch the video to learn why it’s important to minimize that risk and the positive impact it will have on your financial future.
“Don’t count other peoples money,” is what the Disney operator told my colleague while she was booking her trip to Disney Orlando. That statement has stuck with me ever since then.
Believe it or not, a lot of people are in financial turmoil because they spend way too much time focusing on other peoples money.
“Did you see your favorite athlete land that 9 figure contract. I wish I was them.”
“He’s worth over $100,000,000 and he only donated a $100,000 to the cause? He’s such a cheap asshole.”
“I’m so jealous of my friend. She always gets what she wants. Life must be great for her because my life sucks.”
Walk in in public area long enough and you’ll eventually start hearing these type of sentiments. Don’t be like those folks. Focus on your own financial situation.
Watch the video below to learn what you should be focused on so you can earn more money, create wealth and build a strong asset column you can pass on to your loved ones.
To collect dust or collect dollars? That is is the question.
To collect dust means that you’re living life to appease others. You’re making yourself available to others at the expense of achieving your goals. You’re hoping others handle your problems. And you’re not focused on keeping your financial house in order.
To collect dollars means that you’re living life focused on achieving YOUR goals. You’re making your appointment and engagements YOUR priority. You’re handling YOUR problems. You’re making keeping YOUR financial house in order.
Everyday we have a decision to make: move closer to achieving our goals, or move that much further away. If you want to achieve your version of financial freedom, you must get focused on collecting dollars. These dollars represent the capital or seed money that you need to make your first investments to build a strong asset column.
The choices is yours ladies and gentlemen.
Listen in as I speak on the importance of doing YOUR own financial homework so you can avoid that dreaded statement: “I didn’t know.”
Listen in as Grant Cardone breakdowns the pros and CONS of buying a personal residence before you can afford one through your investment income:
To accomplish your version of financial independence, you will need to build a strong asset column. Unfortunately, most people are conditioned to buy liabilities first and hope they have enough money left over to buy assets.
Moving forward, get assets first. Listen is as I breakdown the difference between assets and liabilities and the importance of getting assets first, instead of liabilities:
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