A Letter to Parents

Dear Mum and Dad …

No not really, but that’s probably how I’d start it if this was a letter to them.

This letter is to all parents, and to the children too, because we’re all … someone’s kids.

This one is a hard one to write. Why? Because I don’t have kids. And that makes it hard for me to relate to parents. I tip my cap to you all, because I like time to myself. I’m pretty self centered too. Honestly I don’t really see myself as paternal material. But anyway.

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Dividends. Are they Worth it?

Above all else I’m about getting cash flow heavy. After all cash flow is where personal wealth starts. If you can achieve cash flow, then you can use money as a tool instead of a treating it emotionally like most of us do.

There are vast numbers of ways to generate cash flow, and one option that keeps on popping up is taking advantage of ‘dividends.’

So let’s take a look at them and find out what all the fuss is about

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Why Failure is so easy to accept

(Photo by: Marvin Ng)

Why do we accept failure so easily?

Very few people are honest enough to openly talk about what they want. Social pressure and long held beliefs tell us that wanting more is greedy, but there is a silent underground of achievers out there who do talk about wanting more, and within this faction there are two camps. Those that ‘do’, and those that ‘talk!’

Those that do, not only achieve toward their goals, but many also do their best within reason to inspire and motivate those who talk to come across to the doing camp!

Failing is easy. Failing is comfortable and more often than not this is how the conversation goes!

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Why you have to be Asset Rich

You can’t work your way to wealth

Despite the social mantra, you can’t work your way to wealth.

As long as you trade time for money, you’re part of a losing strategy and here is why.

Imagine starting your working life at the age of 20, and your first wage is worth $65,000.

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