How to Use 30 Day Challenges To Strategically Change Your Life

The first time I heard about 30 day challenges was a “No Complaining” challenge several years ago. The person wasn’t going to allow themselves to complain for 30 days. Complaining sucks on every level, doesn’t it? I’ve come to love 30 day challenges. The reason why is… They COMPOUND… …and I absolutely love compounding. Example:…

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Legacy Assets (The goal of work) + a Simple Financial Plan You Should Consider for Your Family

Yesterday I was working out at the gym. 50 Cent is typically on my playlist when weight training. Not sure why, but his music helps me take things to the next level. I was listening to his song “How to Rob“, which I’ve included for you here: Warning: If you’re easily offended, please don’t watch…

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How to Use Data To Find Real Estate Business & Investing Opportunities

The Urban Institute and the Housing Finance Policy Center, think tank-type non-profit that focus on housing policy issues, released a lengthy report two years ago. The report is titled, “Headship and Homeownership” and it looks at, in-depth, household formation and homeownership. Even though it’s a little dated, the findings are still 100% relevant. One of…

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Life Rules?

My wife and I recently watched the movie, “No Country for Old Men.” It’s a very unusual movie. I actually had to google a bunch of stuff after watching it to try and fully understand it. One line from the movie stuck with me. I found a clip with the line below. Fast forward to…

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Life and Business Lessons from Warren Buffett

I’ve written many times about lessons I’ve learned from Warren Buffet. Guess what? I’m back again with another post about the new HBO Documentary about him titled, “Becoming Warren Buffet.” I’ve already watched this twice and think it’s worth studying. The documentary gives insight into how Buffett thinks about money, business, and investing. In the…

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