It is very common for the average American household to overspend their earnings on material goods. We all have that neighbor that drives a Porsche or that co-worker renting a luxury beach condo he can’t afford. In fact, this sort... Read More →
If you follow the herd, you will be slaughtered. This somewhat existential quote by Holly Reed & Nate Scott is a commentary on the way we have all been brought up and seasoned on, when it comes to wealth building.... Read More →
My mother taught me that failure is not the opposite of success but a stepping stone to success. This quote by Ariana Huffington reinforces the post I wrote a few weeks ago regarding fear of failure. Failure is a necessary... Read More →
As an investor seeking financial freedom through passive income, I tend to preach a lot about the importance of cash flow. In all of my investing, I focus more on maximizing cash flow, than I do on purchasing a property... Read More →
Busy is a decision.
It is impossible to live without failure at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all–in which case you fail by default. Read this article to get a better feel for what... Read More →
Self-esteem is just the reputation that you have with yourself. Suffering is a moment of clarity, when you can no longer deny the truth of a situation and are forced into uncomfortable change.
Fear is something that everyone deals with. Most decisions in life are usually made as a result of fear. If one fears death then one will refrain from partaking in activities that can cause it (i.e. skydiving, mountain climbing, etc.). We... Read More →
Seasoned investors in Miami will mostly agree that Hialeah is one of the best rental markets in the area. During the mortgage crisis, Hialeah boasted what some call a “negative vacancy rate.” With the constant influx of immigrants from Latin... Read More →