Fri, 31 October 2014
#3: You are delivered some of the best moments and most actionable content from the 40th New Orleans Investment Conference, billed as “The Investment Event Of The Decade”.
The conference featured luminaries on the speaker marquis including Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, prominent columnist Charles Krauthammer, one of the world’s greatest living economists in Mark Skousen, incomparable economist and author Peter Schiff, and financial research guru Porter Stansberry.
You are provided information and ideas on specific investments that Keith learned about directly.
In the show’s second segment, you learn how real estate investing is only one part of real ASSET investing. Real estate investing is about more than apartment buildings. Real asset investing is aboutmore than real estate.
You learn about why gold and other precious metals have value.
Your compelling “why” is answered with regard to the advantages of investing in something real vs. investing in a mere derivative of something real.
Fri, 17 October 2014
#2: They say, "Work smarter, not harder." But are you thinking about this popular saying in the right way? Are you applying it to enough facets of your life - the ones that matter?
Though it is not intuitive, learn more about how debt can be good. Yes, debt can be good! It can help you work smarter, not harder, and eventually not have to work at all.
I shamelessly share some of my funny mistakes with you that I made as a beginner - as a largely uneducated real estate investor.
Learn why "Doing the right thing" is more important than "Doing things right" as you continue to develop your fixed mindset and transform it into a growth mindset. Wire your mind for wealth!
When you're doing the right thing, you make money follow you. Most people spend their lives chasing money. That's not working smarter, it's only working harder.
Don't chase dollars. When you learn how to make them follow you, you have become a master of money.
Fri, 10 October 2014
#1: The wealthy think differently than you do.