If there is some aspect of your life that’s bothering you, know this: you cannot expect it to improve if you keep doing the same things you’ve always been doing.
Even if your fairy godmother showed up and waved her wand to give you what you wanted, you would rather quickly wind up back in the same place you were before.
Lasting life improvement only occurs when you permanently change some aspect of how you live your life.
This is the reason many lottery winners wind up broke. In their lives, they were accustomed to living paycheck to paycheck. If they had money after the bills were paid (or sometimes before the bills were paid), they spent it. Suddenly having millions in the bank did not change this fact...Read More
Every single day gives us a new morning. We’ve awakened to a day that is free from mistakes. It’s full of hours and hours of opportunity. Do we fill those hours with doing the same old thing that got us into the state that we’re in
Or do we throw aside some of those old routines and choices and try to work for something a little better in our lives?
Today is a day where you can complete a project that’s been on your mind for a while.
Today is a day when you can learn something new. Today is a day when you can invest the time to build a stronger relationship with someone.
Today is a day when you can set up things to save you time and money later on.
Today is a day to master one real estate strategy and take action...Read More
As you know I enjoy studying the habits of financially successful people. This allows me to learn from their mistakes and introduce changes into my own life. I read an article about Carlos Slim Helu, one of the richest men in the world with an estimated net worth of $US67 billion. He lives in a modest house he has owned for 30 years and his bedroom is the size of a hotel room. We also know that Warren Buffett has lived in the same 5 bedroom house for 55 years.
These billionaires know one simple fact and live by it: every dollar you don’t spend on something foolish is a dollar you can instead spend on something worthwhile.
What’s something foolish? A food item at the store you don’t really need. A bigger house than you need, which drains property taxes and maintenance and utilities from your pocket. An entertainment item you don’t have time for. The list goes on and on...Read More
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