By the time you get to the end of this, you’re either going to like me (and this page), or you’re going to hate me.
I was part of an interesting chat the other day. Actually it wasn’t mine. I wasn’t even part of it. It was a conversation near me.
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
You can’t work your way to wealth
Despite the social mantra, you can’t work your way to
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.
The difference between being self-centred and selfish
The first point that has to be made is that these are two
So what’s the difference?
Being Selfish or Self-Centred both put you first, but the
real difference is the costs that comes with putting yourself first.
How bad can it get?
The stats are pretty horrific. 88% of people do not invest,
and on average 1 in 500 succeed financially. So when it comes to achieving
financial independence why try? Why bother?
Never trying will guarantee failure, but any attempt to
secure your future is better than nothing and even small victories count.
But the phrase of ‘cash flow is king’ is always true. I make it no secret that I am not a financial advisor—I’m an educator! But you don’t have to go too far to understand that cash flow is truly king.