Our new table centerpiece?

I had to take a cooking class in high school. At the time, I hated the class. However, I ended up learning a lot and have used what I learned throughout my life. Remember, this was back in 1986 before cooking was cool. There were no celebrity chefs back then. In the class, we also…

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How to invest when you don’t have any moola

Yesterday, I met a guy who owns a large property management business. In fact, he manages over 600 units and has been investing in real estate for many years. During our conversation, I asked him how he handled the big market crash of 2008. He said, “I lost everything.” He went on to share how…

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How a floor-sweeper built an 8 billion-dollar empire

We all love rags to riches stories, don’t we? Well, this may not be a true rags to riches story like you’d see in the movies, but it’s extremely interesting none-the-less. Stan Kroenke is a billionaire ranked 183rd in the latest Forbes magazine of the wealthiest people in the entire world. He started his journey…

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This study helped me recover from financial failure

I realize it my not be very fun to study people who’ve failed financially. We’d all rather invest our time studying success, right? Well, the problem with not studying how people go broke is that we may end up making the same mistakes they’ve made ourselves. I certainly made some very costly mistakes that almost…

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Learning to love the salt

In an episode of the TV show Billions in season three, billionaire Bobby Axelrod is talking to a Russian Billionaire. The Russian Billionaire says… “Every life is like a body of water with an equal amount of salt added. The key to enduring it (life) is to expand your body to make your body so…

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