My “ugly” cashflow systems triangle

I read “The E-Myth” by Michael Gerber many years ago when it was first released. It’s a fantastic book that helped me understand the importance of Systems.

When I read this book, I was operating as the typical real estate agent. I didn’t have any Systems in my business. I was all over the place trying to sell homes. My sales were sporadic. I’d have one good month followed by several bad months.

My problem was that I didn’t have a System in place that would provide consistent sales in my business. Systems are incredibly important because they provide predictable results.

I finally implemented various Systems in my business and as you might imagine, I started selling homes systematically month-after-month.

Systems are critically important and you can use them for just about everything you do.

In fact, you can use Systems for every goal you have:

– Want to shed some fat? Use a fat loss System.
– Want to get stronger? Use a strength training System.
– Want to pay off your debt? Use a debt reduction System.

One of my personal goals is to increase my cashflow. Because this is important to me, I use several cashflow Systems. I use business cashflow Systems. I use real estate investing Systems. I use manufactured home investing Systems.

For several years I’ve been wanting to create a System for creating consistent cashflow in the stock market and I’ve experimented with almost every strategy you could imagine with varying levels of success.

Over the last few months, I’ve finally created a successful System anyone can use to increase their cashflow in the stock market on a daily basis.

The cool part about this is that the cashflow can flow from one cashflow System to other Systems.

You can use business cashflow to create real estate cashflow. You can use real estate cashflow to create stock market cashflow. You an use stock market cashflow to create business cashflow.

By using these various Systems together you end up creating a triangle of compounded cashflow.

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