How to Increase Your Income and Make More Money

If you want to be the best and learn how to become a millionaire, you must first find out what the top people do and then do it yourself. The top three percent of Americans in all fields, act as if they “own the place.”  They look upon everything that happens in their companies as though they own one hundred percent of the stock.  They take everything personally.  They feel personally responsible for sales, quality, profitability, distribution and cost effectiveness.  They are totally engaged with their work and with their products and services…. Read more

6 Simple Steps in Real Estate Investing

If you sincerely desire to enter the real estate field, to purchase property as your investment, there are many ways that you can do it. Perhaps the simplest way of all, and the starting point of many real estate fortunes, is called the “Buy’em, Fix’em Method.” This refers to the strategy of buying properties needing work and fixing them up to increase their value…. Read more

Don’t Lose Money!

Throughout the history of American enterprise, you’ve heard the words, “work hard and save your money.”  Work hard and save your money.  It is the oldest rule for success in America, don’t lose money!  It’s so important, as a matter of fact, that W. Clement Stone once said, “if you cannot save money, then the seeds of greatness are not in you.” If you cannot save money, then the seeds of greatness are not in you…. Read more

Start From Nothing and Become Financially Independent

Do you wish to become financially independent? More than eighty percent of self-made millionaires in America began with nothing or in many cases, less than nothing. I can certainly relate to that because when I was growing up and right into my early 30s, I never had any extra money with which to start a fortune. It seemed to me that there was always enough, if not more than enough bills, to absorb every penny I earned. I was always in debt.

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Money as a Motivator of Behavior in the Business World

It has been said that, “Money may not be the most important thing, but it’s way up there with oxygen.” The fastest and easiest way to get the things you want as quickly as possible is almost always to have enough money to be able to buy them, whatever they cost. For this reason, the desire to acquire money, quickly and easily, and as much as possible, is a major motivator of human behavior. But it is not usually money that people really want…. Read more

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