David Bach, best known for coining a phrase “The Latte Factor” which is the idea that the small amounts of money you spend can add up to a fortune, believes that homeownership is a “timeless” principle of building wealth. He says it’s boring, but it works. He’s right on one of those—it is boring, but […]

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If you had 50 Benjamins, what would you spend it on? It’s really not that much money. Some people think it’s a lot but in the grand scheme of things $5,000 is nothing if you waste it on stuff. If I gave any of you $5,000 today, your life would not be any different tomorrow. […]

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Most of us have been taught that money is the root of all evil and one of the things you do not talk about. In society it seems like it’s all right to tell people you are broke or middle class, but get rich and you can’t talk about money anymore. For most people it’s […]

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There was a best-selling book written a while ago called The Millionaire Next Door. I can tell you the only thing I learned from The Millionaire Next Door was that I didn’t want to be The Millionaire Next Door. I don’t want to slowly and gradually save small amounts of money. I don’t want to […]

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Tomorrow, Americans will go out and vote for the next president of the United States of America. On Wednesday, your financial life, your brand, and your business will be exactly the same as it was before you voted. The government doesn’t control your economy—you control your own economy. After 2008 I realized there is The […]

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After graduating from college, Grant Cardone was broke and swimming in $40,000 of student debt, he writes in his new book, “Be Obsessed Or Be Average.” By 30, he’d made his first million. Since then, the 58-year-old has built five companies and a multi-million dollar fortune. The self-made millionaire refuses to play by anyone else’s rules, […]

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Are you tired of political debates? Do you believe in Donald or Hilary’s plan? How about the Cardone plan? The reason politicians can’t save you is because you have to become president of your industry and your marketplace. They cannot help you, only you can help you. My plan involves you taking control of your […]

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Today I want to let you know about the 4 lies politicians have taught you to stay trapped in the middle class. These lies may be surprising to you, like someone telling you planet Earth is flat, but don’t disregard this information without researching this more and coming to your own conclusions. Don’t be part […]

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… legally. Your Uncle G is going to tell you about your Uncle Sam. You’re getting ripped off by him—he is stealing from you and giving it to the Federal government who then wastes it. He’s the uncle you have that only comes around when he wants something from you. You don’t even give your […]

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How quickly is wealth lost? 70% of wealthy families lose their wealth by the second generation, and a stunning 90% by the third. People that create wealth are often obsessive, but their kids aren’t as hungry. This is why it’s important to educate your children and spouse about wealth and money management so the empire […]

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Debt is not evil. My boy Dave Ramsey wants to tell you to never go into debt, but the wealthy get rich with debt. Not all debt is created equal. Some debt is good, contrary to what some financial ‘experts’ and politicians suggest. Debt that is paid off by others or debt that actually generates […]

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It doesn’t matter if you make $10,000 or $400,000 a year, if you want to become wealthy you need income first. You could be in poverty, you could be making $30,000 a year with a family of four, you could be a single mother making $19,000 or maybe most or all of your money comes […]

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Ballers throw money around — because they have lots of it. I’ll define a baller as a person who is living large.  Sometimes it’s difficult to know who is really a baller and who is faking it. You see a guy in a Lambo and he may be a baller, but he may be just trying to be […]

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Gandhi said, “The worst form of violence is poverty.” If people were busy and working hard to get financially free, they wouldn’t be getting into trouble or committing crimes. The fact is boredom breeds trouble. Poverty can lead to crime because you don’t have anything to do. If you’re waking up in the morning and […]

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How much are people spending each day? Money is not scarce! There are no shortages of it and it is not something to be concerned or worried about. People who say money doesn’t grow on trees don’t know what they are talking about. There are more dollars on planet Earth than trees, and the Fed […]

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