You should be “a farm laborer!”

Yesterday, my youngest daughter came home from school a little frustrated. Apparently, they took a 180 question test to help determine different jobs they might excel at as adults. The results of her test offered a few different “perfect” jobs she seems to be well suited for based upon her answers. Three of her suggested…

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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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The Last Spike

Yesterday, I shared an email I received from someone asking for a free issue of one of my Cashflownaire Newsletters. You can read this email along with my response here. Today, I thought I’d share another email I recently received: “I like reading your stuff. If you’ll allow me I would like to send you…

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My Most Profitable Real Estate Sale

Way back in 2006, I sold a $960,000 24-unit apartment building over the phone. I didn’t realize it at the time, but this one particular sale has become my most profitable real estate transaction to date. This may sound odd considering I have sold hundreds of properties. I’ve even sold ONE client 20 homes in…

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“How To Get $373,500 Out of a $300,000 House”

One morning last year, I was studying some of the best marketing headlines in history and stumbled across this one… “How to Get $373,500 Out of $300,000 House“ Unfortunately, I couldn’t find out who wrote the headline after researching it further. 🙁 However, this headline stuck in my head for the next week because it’s…

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