Category Archives: The Mogul Mindset

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Capital Gains Vs. Cash Flow

Setting up passive income strategies is important. Which one would you rely on? Capital Gains or. Cash Flow? When Robert Kiyosaki came out with Rich Dad Poor Dad, one of the foundational ideas he taught was that the rich invest for cash flow, not capital gains.  In other words, the rich buy assets based on…

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The Illusion of Job Security

The illusion of job security is real. When it comes to society’s awareness of history, they tend to forget the past. From a time span starting in the post-WWII era up through the end of the century, America experienced an anomaly where businesses were stable enough, and competitive enough globally, to ensure the retirement of…

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Investing Vs. Business

Investing is one of the best residual income sources you can find today. But how does it differ from business or entrepreneurship?   Warren Buffett once stated… “I’m a better investor because I’m a businessman, a better businessman because I’m an investor.” Investors and Entrepreneurs are essentially looking for the same thing.  They just go…

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How to Get Residual Income

Everybody is asking about how to get residual income and how convenient it would be. Isn’t it nice to leave your day job or earn on the sides as you go through your life? Of course it is. Residual Income, more commonly known as passive income, is the promised land of investing.  After all, why…

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What Is Your Time Truly Worth?

What is your time worth?  In the world of entrepreneurship, the value of your time is only capped by your ability to delegate.  In other words, you’re only as valuable as the jobs you have to do yourself. For example, if you rely on a paycheck as your only means of making money, then you are…

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Cash Flow Vs. Capital Gains

Which would you rather have?  An asset that paid you a check every month?  Or an asset that would simply rise in value until you’re ready to sell it?  There are so many different view points on which takes priority.  But our experience is that they can actually be combined for the best outcome possible.…

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Risk and Reward

One of the most common myths I hear people say is that you have to take more risk to get more reward.  It’s an idea preached by Wall Street Bankers, CEOs, and Financial Advisors alike that have been schooled in what’s known as the efficient market theory.  It’s a theory which states that there is…

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Passive Income Strategies: 5 Ways to Invest Wisely

There are a few passive income strategies, which you need to know right now. If you are learning the ropes of solid investment techniques, you would be wise to follow the sage and timeless advice of investment mogul Warren Buffett.  When beginning to invest your money, you want to make sure you are making well-planned…

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Is Greed Bad?

One of the major reason I went into business for myself was because I found it totally unacceptable how so many businesses prey on people’s fears and dreams.  Big promises with nothing backing them up are an epidemic. I always believed that you could climb to the top without selling your soul.  That’s why I’m…

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Is Beating the Market Possible?

  The Efficient Market Theory was developed by Professor Eugene Fama who asserted that stocks always trade at their fair value, making it impossible for investors to buy stocks at a discount, or to sell them when overpriced. As such, it should be impossible to outperform the market through stock selection or market timing, and…

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