I got this email a few days ago:

“Shouldn’t you be teaching people how to increase their i-n-c-o-m-e instead of writing about cashflow all of the time?”

Well, I don’t write about increasing your i-n-c-o-m-e because I’m not a time trader. I’m not interested in trading time for dolla billz.

I-n-c-o-m-e usually flows from your labor.
Cashflow flows from your assets.

It’s extremely important to be clear with your goals or you run the risk of making costly mistakes. I learned this lesson the hard way.

I write about cashflow because I’m trying to help you avoid the same mistakes I’ve made.

Once you start focusing on cashflow, you’ll start seeing things more clearly. This clarity will make your life a lot easier because there’s only 3 ways to increase your cashflow:

1. Create cashflow from your existing assets.

This is obviously the best place to start because you already own the asset(s)! Your ROI so high that you can’t even calculate it! You’ll get an error on your calculator and this is because you have to enter 0 for the purchase price.

Now, most people gloss over this first strategy thinking that they don’t own many assets. The reality is that you own many assets.

You’re just not seeing them.

To help you learn to “see” your assets, do what I share here and you’ll identify 250 ways you can increase your cashflow. Your returns on every strategy you identify are astronomical because you already own the assets! 🙂

2. Buy cashflowing assets.

This second strategy requires you to focus on assets that pay you for owning them.

This instantly elimates the majority of available investments. If an asset doesn’t provide consistent cashflow, you don’t have to waste any time on it. This rule also makes evaluating different investment opportunities a lot easier because you evaluate new assets by the amount of cashflow you’ll be collecting.

The best part about this strategy is that you can actually buy new cashflowing assets every day. This obviously means you can increase your cashflow every single day, too.

Oddly enough, you don’t need a lot of money to use this strategy. You can buy attractive cashflowing assets for under 10 bucks. These assets will continue paying you and your family for the rest of your lives.

If you’d like to learn how to systematically increase your ownership of cashflowing assets on a daily basis, become a Cashflownaire Member today and I’ll send you my new Daily Cashflow System.

I’m including this new System as a new member bonus.

3. Creating cashflowing assets.

When the average person goes to work, they’re trading their time for i-n-c-o-m-e. When a Cashflownaire goes to work, they use their time to create cashflowing assets.

This means you MUST BE VERY STRATEGIC with what you allow yourself to work on. When you work, your work should be engineered to pay you multiple times.

You should get paid this month, next month and every month thereafter.

The cashflow from the assets you create should then be used to buy new cashflowing assets (Step 2).

One of the best ways to create cashflow is by building a membership business. Every asset you create for your membership is an asset that can be leveraged to create more (and more) cashflow.

If you’d like to learn how to start a membership business, you can take my 5-day online course with the legendary Dan Kennedy here.

This course is so powerful that it should be priced $980 higher than it is right now.

I have this course discounted massively because I’m hoping you use what you learn to start creating cashflowing assets for your family.

Some of you may be thinking…

“Rob, thanks for the email but you’re just trying to sell me all your stuff.”

Actually, I’m trying to sell you something far more important… increasing your ownership of cashflowing assets.

If you don’t start increasing your ownership of cashflowing assets, you’ll NEVER be able to stop trading time for dolla billz.

Most people don’t understand this. 🙁

What REALLY matters is that YOU accumulate more cashflowing assets for your family.

If you do this without buying my “stuff” than this email was a success.

So… before you delete this email and move on with your day, ask yourself:

1. How much cashflow did I create for my family last week?
2. How much cashflow did I create for my family last month?
3. How much cashflow did I create for my family this year?

If your honest answers to these questions are “not much,” you need to make a few changes ASAP.

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