If You Can Answer Yes to These 4 Questions You Will Grow Your Net Worth! (Part 1)

If You Can Answer Yes to These 4 Questions You Will Grow Your Net Worth! (Part 1)

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This article is the first part of a four part series, discussing 4 characteristics that accumulators of wealth share. You’ve most likely noticed that those people who seem to live in the gym are the fittest people! And you probably think, what the hell are you doing here? You’re already so freaking fit now run along and stop hugging MY squat rack. But they only got fit because of their discipline. The same concept applies to wealth accumulation: If you have the discipline to budget, and control your expenses, your net worth will surely increase! My favorite personal finance book called The Millionaire Next Door, shows that millionaires spend more time budgeting and planning than any other demographic. If you wish to be rich (i.e. grow your net worth) and retain it, you must be able to answer YES to these 4 questions: Question 1: Do you know how much you spend…

Get To It: Wake Up and Start Living

Get To It: Wake Up and Start Living

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An ant symbolizes hard work, diligence, cooperation and industry” As I sip on my caramel hot latte, my life feels like it’s in motion but I am not. It is mentally challenging to feel stuck in a state of mind where you question if your ideal self will ever be actualized. The good thing about feeling this way is that you know a mental breakthrough is around the corner; but this can only be reached with the right amount of mental inducement. The real question is how to shift your perspective to focus on ways to improve your sense of fulfillment. That’s easy: get active; but that will prove futile if there are no goals to accomplish. The hard part is coming up with goals that will provide satisfaction. Many people scavenge for the true meaning of life and live in a dreamland blinded by indecisiveness and fear of the unknown. Well,…

4 Seriously Easy Ways To Save More Money in 2016

4 Seriously Easy Ways To Save More Money in 2016

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Saving money does not come naturally to a lot of people. Believe me when I say it did not come naturally to me! But if you are like me and have decided you’ve had enough, and you want to make money and also retain it, then you simply must save. This is one thing that rich people understand that others do not: You Must Spend Less Than You Earn However, saving is easier said than done because we all get tempted! We’re tempted to buy lunch at work instead of bringing a packed lunch from home. We’re tempted to buy a pair of cute boots from Zara (or Stuart Weitzman if you’re really about that life). In January 2016, I saved $300 more than I originally planned. This was surprisingly easy to achieve. Here are 4 practical (read, super easy) tips that will help you save more money this year: 1.Have…

2016: Less Thinking, More Doing [Free Goal Worksheet Download]

2016: Less Thinking, More Doing [Free Goal Worksheet Download]

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… Because January was just a trial month. 2015 was a phenomenal year. Not because I was extremely successful – I probably failed more times than I was successful. However, I’ve found failure is the best teacher, and I am grateful for the lessons I learnt. As Vinod Khosla says, “No failure means no risk, which means nothing new.” Although I have made a lot of progress, I cannot help but think about all the things I could have accomplished if only I had the courage to go for them! I spent most of 2015 living in my head and dreaming and wishing; wasting my most precious resource – time. “Someday” is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you.” -Timothy Ferriss I desperately want 2016 to be different. I want and expect more of myself. I want to think less and do more! I realize…

Build A Budget That Works! [With Free Budget Template]

Build A Budget That Works! [With Free Budget Template]

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Creating a budget and sticking to it is always tough. It is one of those things that is always on your to-do list, and even when created is merely just something on paper, not something you follow. This is because budgeting can be restrictive and time consuming. The basic premise for a budget is to spend less than you make! This is the one concept that I have come to understand that rich people understand and poor people do not. You simply have to spend less than you make to increase your networth! So how do you create a budget that ensures your financial success and is relatively easy to follow? Read on for steps for financial success and use my free template to help you get started: DOWNLOAD: FREE MONTHLY BUDGET TEMPLATE Know what you spend your money on: Spending can be mindless and sometimes you do not even…