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Everyone wants to be a winner. Here’s a list of 29 things a winner never does (and neither should you). 1. Winners don’t make excuses for their mistakes. They learn and grow. 2. Winners don’t whine when things don’t go their way. … Continue reading
12 top international places to retire Craving a touch of excitement when you leave the workplace for good? Needing a place where retirement money will stretch a bit farther while still allowing you a piña colada on a sunny … Continue reading
Did you know that life insurance is used to fund your retirement planning? Did you know that in most cases that the benefits can be tax free to you? Would you like to find out more about Tax Free Income? … Continue reading
Most of us are working on our new goals for 2015. What are the new initiative we want to begin? What do want want to do more? But how about asking this? What should I stop doing in 2015? You … Continue reading
Determine Your 1 Main Goal Start by establishing a specific and measurable goal for your annual real estate sales production next year. Typically agents will use objectives like total sales volume, gross commission income (GCI), number of units/properties sold, or … Continue reading
There is no magic to having success. Anyone who says otherwise is delusional. Very few of us will ever win the lottery or be the heir to some huge inheritance so consistent hard work is what we have to commit … Continue reading
So what do the rich do every day that the poor don’t do? Tom Corley, on his website RichHabitsInstitute.com, outlines a few of the differences between the habits of the rich and the poor. 1. 70% of wealthy eat less … Continue reading
Planning for both college and retirement can be accomplished simultaneously without sacrificing one or the other. If you are a financial advisor who does work in both the college savings and retirement savings fields, it is imperative to guide your … Continue reading