2017 has been a crazy financial year. Very unstable, not knowing where the next paycheque will come from but somehow making it work.In the beginning of the year, I began to read Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, a book that had such a big impact on how I view money. Continue reading “17 Lessons I Learned in 2017: On Money”
I vividly recall when I made the decision to move towns. My business strategy was not working as I anticipated so I had to take the leap: either do the same thing with the same results or think different. The past one month has been full of its ups and downs and I have been second guessing myself a lot until a few minutes ago when I started reading this chapter so I could summarize it. I feel so vindicated because everything Robert Kiyosaki discusses in this short chapter, I have experienced or considered as a bargaining tool for moving towns. My struggle has been validated and I feel so rejuvenated. I thought I was doing it wrong but no, it is what happens when you chose to be a CEO the founder way as opposed to the employment way. Continue reading “Chapter 9: More To Do’s”
“There is gold everywhere. Most people are not trained to see it.”
To find million dollar ‘deals of a lifetime’ requires us to call our financial genius. I believe that each of us has a financial genius within us. It lies asleep because our culture has educated us into believing that the love for money is the root of all evil. I offer you the following ten steps as a process to develop your God-given powers-powers which you have control. Continue reading “Chapter Eight: Getting Started”
Happy New Week!
You have been blessed to see yet another week and kick butt! Do not misuse it. The book club is finally here and I am so eager to set the ball rolling. I would like to officially welcome you to our book club. You are here because you are curious and I assure you that it is a good thing.