This book changed my life

In the best-selling book titled “Your Money Or Your Life” by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin, I learned a very important way to think about money and our time. I’ve written about this before, but it bears repeating. The book suggests that money equals life energy. We can apply this idea in many ways. The…

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The Incredible Lifestyle of Judge Judy

In my Cashflownaire Membership, I do my best to try and break this false programming… In order to be successful financially, you MUST work hard. Sadly, we’ve all been taught some version of this statement. Thankfully, it isn’t 100% accurate. How do I know it isn’t accurate? Well, if you study lots of successful people,…

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Here’s why you shouldn’t keep up with the Joneses (PICS)

I don’t have a subscription to the Wall Street Journal, so I couldn’t read this article. However, it’s safe to assume that Mr. Greene regrets building his MegaMansion. I don’t have any statistical proof on this…. but I would estimate that 90% of the people who buy very large homes end up regretting their purchases…

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3 Ways You Can Collect DAILY Income

When I started my first membership business, Income for Life, way back in 2004, I had a simple goal. This goal was to collect ONE membership fee each day. The reason why I set this simple goal was because I could use this daily income to pay daily expenses. Yes, I realize this simple goal…

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How to (Explore and) EXPLOIT Opportunity

In the book “Algorithms To Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions,” I found a cool way to consider exploring vs. exploiting: Exploring is trying or learning something new (restaurant, music, books, investments, workouts, diets, new businesses, etc.) Exploiting is leveraging (benefiting from) what you found while exploring. The important question to consider is…

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