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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The True Power of Discipline

Right now, I’m working on a new report detailing how Arnold Schwarzenneger became a millionaire in his early 20s. Many don’t know it, but he began investing in real estate soon after he came to America. His real estate investments led him to millionaire status BEFORE his acting career took off. We all know Arnold…

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Saying Goodbye

We recently celebrated my daughters 18th birthday. Part of our celebration included going out to dinner with a large group of her friends. When the time for dessert rolled around, one of her friends passed because she had given up sweets for Lent. When asked about it, she said… “If Jesus can die on the…

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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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