“So I’m sitting here in my home office with Ron’s bumper stickers (“The Less I Do, The More I Make” and “Don’t Listen To The Morons, Listen to More Ron”) at eye level, and I thought I would take time from my 24/7 obsession with real estate to send you all at Global a note from LA Land. I’ve been working at this real estate business for some time now, and, like a lot of investors, I’m still trying to figure out what works here and how to make it work for us. Yes, I know real estate works anywhere, but discovering the kind that works best in my backyard, how to find it and do the best deal possible is my goal. That’s why my husband and I signed up with Brian and Lynette Wolff for mentoring. Now that was a smart move. Mentoring wasn’t our top priority at the time, although I did think it would be a good idea. I don’t know what happened, but I decided at the last QTRE Boot Camp that my best and last chance to make this real estate business work was mentoring with the Wolffs. And somehow I also instinctually knew that I could work with these people and together success would be ours. We’ve been in the mentoring program for some time now and we can’t tell you how pleased we are with Wolff’s responses, guidance and support. Those once-a-week phone calls are really a lifesaver. They can find gold in garbage and show us the garbage in what we thought was gold. And I can’t tell you how reassuring it is to know that when we have a question or an issue and send off an e-mail or fax, they respond in an amazingly short time. (I’m https://youtu.be/HthQWKPLzRo they’re not standing by the fax machine waiting for our faxes, but it sure seems that way.) I don’t know how they manage to keep everything straight, but they not only have a handle on what we’ve done during the week, but also everything else we talked about on the phone and suggestions for the next week. And just when my spirits are at their lowest – there’s Lynette on the other end of the line, “Hi, guys! How’s it going?” Her enthusiasm should be traded on the stock market. I can’t say for sure if we would still be ‘in the game’ if it hadn’t been for the Wolffs, but I can tell you that you made one of the best decisions in Global history to get them on board as mentors. It sure was the best decision we made to join their team. We’re still trying to discover what works here and what works with us. I am so looking forward to calling up Dennis one Tuesday morning and announcing that, ‘YES! Ron was right! It DOES work here!’ Wall of Fame – here we come.” Students: Pamela Baergen & Alain Carpenter Mentors: Brian & Lynette Wolff
As a “looker”, you join a family of over 20,000 who are dispatched based on their skills and experience. You must pass a background check, dress and appear professional, work with the onsite contacts in a friendly way and have the ability to do your “looks” via a smart phone.
However, I’m not going to make my own soap to save $1. I’m not going to ride my bicycle everywhere I go so I don’t have to pay for car insurance. I’m not going to sew my own clothes, eat ramen noodles, or sacrifice my love of travel.
Specifically, there are three things about you that you must change if you want to become a millionaire. I call this “The Wealth Tripod” because without all three, you’ll never become wealthy. All three steps are required if you want to build and maintain wealth. Like a camera tripod — if one of the legs is broken, the entire tripod will fall down.
Buy a few tickets, and flip them once the box office is out. On sites like StubHub, you’re not a scalper — you’re a reseller! StubHub guarantees ticket authenticity for the buyer, which weeds out a lot of the seedy guys selling fakes.
You have probably seen My Millionaire Mentor’s sales video already. You know, the one that starts off with the lady showing you how much money she made… by typing that number into her calculator app in her iPhone!
Some users have also complained how after playing hours and hours of games on sites like Winster, their accounts were not credited, and upon contacting InboxDollars’ customer support, were told that “it is not the company’s responsibility to determine playing time but the responsibility of their partners.”
While I don’t believe every person should become a millionaire (money often causes more problems than it fixes), I do believe every person has the ability to become a millionaire. This is especially true if you live in a capitalist society where the government doesn’t dictate how high you can rise.
One of the areas I was able to learn more was in my job as a financial advisor. Over time, I took more courses and became a Certified Financial Planner™ professional. Most people assume that, once you become a CFP®, you automatically earn more money.
If babies ain’t your thing, then maybe canines are… looking after other people’s dogs is big business. Just think that as a student you’re likely to have free time during the day when others are out at work and worried about their pets at home.
Track your progress. UN Women Deputy Executive Director John Hendra once said, “What matters gets measured, and what we measure is what ends up mattering.” So if you are not tracking your net worth, along with the processes you have in place for becoming a millionaire, how do you plan to get there?
I can’t tell you how many people have asked me to build them a website since I started this one a couple years ago. I am not seeking the work and people are requesting it, so if you do a little legwork and pursue small business owners, there is a lot of work available.
Scott ROCKS ON this podcast with his upbeat personality and his advice. He provides a lot of good information to improve our finances, from basic steps to more advanced. His website is also full of great information! Thank you Scott!”– Jess