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Wealth Management

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What does wealth management mean? It’s managing all parts of your financial life, including money, assets, brand, reputation, and future expansion. Wealth is an abundance of valuable possessions or money. Management is the process of dealing with or controlling things or people. The bottom line is you can’t manage what you don’t create and you won’t create what you can’t manage. There’s not a course in college on this stuff. If you don’t have income, you don’t have wealth. If I don’t know you, I won’t buy from you. Here are 3 simple steps to wealth:

1) Create it—Most people don’t know how to make enough money to ever save any.
2) Protect it—Few people know how to keep the money they do make.
3) Grow it—Even fewer people can grow the stack they’ve got.

That is wealth management. To get your finances in order get on Cardone University today.

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