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How to Obtain Financial Success

There are a measure of wealth rules that must be abided by in order to accomplish financial, freedom, success and prosperity. For instance, rich individuals understand that they have to get paid based upon their final result instead of on their time, they understand the importance of holding unlimited revenue potential, and they know that they must leverage themselves so that they don’t need to work hard in order to bring in monumental sums of money. They also realize that they must create assets and opportunity as it’s not always about buying those things.

Affluent individuals abide by these rules and consequently they’re successful financially, yet most individuals don’t even know about these principles, not to mention live by them. That’s likewise why financially free individuals know about and capitalize on passive income, although the masses don’t. Basically, passive income minds of all the “wealth principles” and provides everybody the ability to grow limitless wealth.

Once you work to produce passive income streams, you’ll be getting paid founded on what you put in, not simply the time you spend executing it. As you are able to produce as many income streams as you wish, there’s absolutely no limit to the sum of money you are able to potentially earn.

When formulating passive streams of income, you’re not spending time, you’re investing it. Instead of trading time for revenue you’re investing time into long-run residual profits.

For a few illustrations of passive income consider a writer who composes a book, publishes it, and then brings in residuals on it for the remainder of his life. Or consider having a number of coin vending machines.

There are likewise a lot of simple home and net business models that anybody may easily begin to utilize with big potential. One big benefit that many individuals find in this sort of passive stream of revenue is that a lot of profitable businesses, particularly online, may be started free or really cheaply.

Make sure that you learn all you can about passive streams of revenue today.

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What does “Financial Freedom” mean to you?

Before you read this post I want the reader to understand that this is just my general consensus and opinion it is not back by any polls or surveys.  The  21st century concept of time and money are being redefined. ”Financial Freedom”, is a term that has gained much importance in the changing financial scenario.

For some individuals ”Financial Freedom”  can mean the freedom from continuous financial responsibilities through a planned management and allocation of assets. It could free a person from back-breaking work by giving him a steady source of income for life.

One must not think that a financially free person is also debt free. However,  prudent asset management ensures that a person debts do not become a burden but only a part of his over-all expenses. In this way, his debts do not hinder his long term financial goals.

Financial freedom cannot be equated with being rich. One must not forget that surplus wealth requires constant supervision. In the long run, a rich man’s or woman’s obligations do not make him or her ”financially free” in the true sense.

Thus, financial freedom maybe defined as a lifestyle that blends expenses and income according to the individual preference. This makes ”financial freedom” a more possible and convenient state of being.

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You Don’t Deserve to be Wealthy!!!

That’s right I said it, “YOU DON’T DESERVE TO BE WEALTH”!!  So, I know your wondering why would you say that, I have that right to deserve to be anything I want.  Let me ask you a question then, if you deserve to be wealthy, what are you doing to create wealth for yourself.  What are you feeding your mind, to develop that wealth mindset.  I want to share a video with you, listen to Les Brown and Bishop Bernard Jordan share their incite on this subject:  Let me know what you think.

 

 

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Recognizing African-American Business Professionals

Since tomorrow will be the last day in the month of February for Black History Month.  I wanted to pay homage and respect to twenty African-American business professionals who have paved the way for our present and future.  I have read and studied these business professionals accomplishments and accolades, and my goal is to share their successes with all of you:

1.)                Paul Cuffe

2.)                William Leisdesdorf

3.)                Fredrick Douglass

4.)                Booker T. Washington

5.)                Madame C.J. Walker

6.)                AG Gaston

7.)                Bruce Llewellyn

8.)                Reginald Lewis

9.)                Oprah Winfrey

10.)            Catherine L. Hughes

11.)            Dennis Kimbro

12.)            Earl G. Graves Sr.

13.)            John H. Johnson

14.)            Russell Simmons

15.)            Berry Gordy

16.)            Robert L. Johnson

17.)            Shelia Crump Johnson

18.)            CH James

19.)            David L. Steward

20.)            Percy Miller (Master P)

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Are you Broke, or Temporarily out of Cash

Some years ago, before I became a licensed Financial professional. I read a book by the Financial Advisor/Guru Ric Edelmen. Where the author said Broke is a state of mind, and temporarily out of Cash is a state of your pockets; I found that statement to be true when you working towards accumulating wealth. Many individuals can never get started with investing or saving for retirement, because they believe in their minds and saying continuously “I’m broke, I never have any money”. These individuals are not aware that what you say and how you think, is very powerful and in order to begin to start accumulating wealth you have to change what you say and how you say it. We all in some part of our lives hit a rough patch when it comes to money, but is important to rephrase and rethink what we say, how we think. Constantly saying your BROKE and will not help you to develop positive thoughts about saving money or accumulating more money. How can you develop positive thoughts and begin to rephrase your thinking. Start by educating yourself on how to save, read motivational books or listen to motivational cds to develop a positive thought process. Always seek constant education to develop better money handling habits to prevent you from being low on cash or “Temporarily out of Cash”.

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