The Money Mindset?

When we were young pups, most of us (including me) weren’t taught the money mindset. And because most people didn’t learn this money mindset, they’re BROKE. Definition of BROKE: “having completely run out of money.” You’ve heard the ugly statistics…. from CNBC: “the vast majority of Americans have under 1,000 saved and half of all…

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The Freedom Formula

In the book “Set for Life: Dominate Life, Money, and the American Dream” I found this formula for financial independence: Assets * Return > Lifestyle The value of your assets multiplied by the annual return these assets generate must be more than your annual living expenses. This is a  simple and powerful formula we should…

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Why I Quit Being So Accommodating

The following is an essay from a 1922 issue of The American Magazine. There was no name attached to it. I’m sharing it because it outlines the Cashflownaire mindset. This IS different than how many people operate, especially those in sales. ——— Yesterday was the fifth anniversary of my retirement from the business of being…

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Is Rob Gronkowksi (The Gronk) a Cashflownaire?

If you watch football, you probably know that Rob Gronkowski is a tight end for the Patriots and has won a few Super Bowls with Tom Brady. He’s a big guy who seems to have a lot of fun off the field. To some, including my wife, he comes across as a big, dumb jock.…

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This guy escaped from three of “escape-proof” prisons…

You’ve probably heard of Willie Sutton. He’s a very famous bank robber who was considered a genius. His two main activities were robbing banks and breaking out of prisons. The cool part about Sutton is that he reportedly robbed almost 100 banks without injuring anyone. He also escaped from three of America’s most escape-proof penitentiaries.…

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