We have been constantly talking about the importance of you being in control of your money or regaining control of your money. So why is it so difficult to accomplish despite it being a very simple concept? In this blog post, we are going to talk about the unintended consequences that result from following traditional or conventional wisdom when it comes to your finances and how to regain control of your money by just knowing these things.
When you first start your business, it’s very important, actually, it’s vital that you reinvest the profits into the business to help the business grow. However, as your business continues to grow more and more, your net worth becomes enmeshed in the business. Consequently, your net worth becomes illiquid and inaccessible. And that has a direct impact on your cash flow.
Make no mistake about it – whether you finance through conventional methods, through a bank or a finance company, or with using our process and borrowing against your cash value – every payment you make will increase somebody’s net worth. Using our process, you will increase your net worth.
Where is it written that, in order to make money in the markets, you have to lose 30%, 50%, or even 70% of your money? Do you ever feel like you’re playing a rigged game? A game that’s set up for them to win and for you to lose? Find out how you can develop a strategy that would prevent you from ever losing money ever again!
Do you make a great income, but still can’t seem to get ahead financially? Are you doing all the right things, paying cash for purchases, keeping your debt at a minimum and saving as much as you can for your future, but still feel like you’re living paycheck to paycheck? Well, stick around to the end of this video, because we’re going to pull back the curtain on conventional wisdom and show you exactly why you can’t seem to get ahead.
Do you think earning compound interest on your money is a good thing or a bad thing? If earning compound interest is a good thing, when would you want to start, as soon as possible? And if you want to start as soon as possible, when would you want to stop? Never. Watch to the end to find out how you can make compound interest work for you!