Stop Choosing to be Broke!

“I am NOT choosing to be broke!” you may be shouting to your computer screen right about now. However, the reality is that unless you are already infinitely wealthy, have access to cash, and enough for retirement, then you are (at some level) choosing to be broke. But, why wouldContinue Reading

You’ve heard the old saying that “Cash is King.”  Those who have the cash, make the rules, it says.  Well, today, let’s use that idea to talk about the concept of “Cash FLOW as King!” Why Your Cash Flow is so Important  Cash flow dictates your financial reality and yourContinue Reading

Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and advocate of the cash flow concept states, “The primary cause of financial struggle is simply not knowing the difference between an asset and a liability.” (Rich Dad, Poor Dad p. 61) Upon reading that, did your eyebrows raise? In a worldContinue Reading

Financial pundits everywhere talk and write about how an investor’s mindset can have a significant effect on wins and losses – true statement.  However, my belief is that poor decision making doesn’t start with irrational thinking, it starts with irrational investments. I recently read, The Behavior Gap, a book byContinue Reading

Podcast for Your Life

Just as the internet can shorten the amount of time you spend researching a subject, podcasts can make understanding niche topics easy and convenient. Producing a podcast as part of your business’ marketing model is another social media-esque tactic to increase your outreach – and it works! It’s time toContinue Reading

How to NOT Outlive Your Money

Congratulations! You have received a clean bill of health from your doctor, you are going to enjoy life to a ripe old age! So why aren’t you celebrating? If you are like many soon to be retirees, your lack of excitement to news of longevity could be because you mayContinue Reading

Having a personal family banking system is easier than you think. It appears that individuals (turned families) have become accustomed to banks (or The Feds) telling them what to do with their money – how to save it, how to borrow it, and what to spend the borrowed money on.Continue Reading