Category Archives: The Mogul Mindset

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…

Continue Reading →

Investing is most intelligent when it is most businesslike.

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.…

Continue Reading →

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…

Continue Reading →

invest wisely

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…

Continue Reading →

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…

Continue Reading →

beating the market

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…

Continue Reading →

Time to Get your Finances in Order…

New Year resolutions seldom work out the way we anticipate. Perhaps it’s because the transition from holiday indulgences to a disciplined lifestyle is a bit too abrupt. Why not give yourself a head start, and start planning ahead? In the spirit of the season, let’s take a look at how to get ahead in making…

Continue Reading →

The Power of Urgency

I’m sorry.  New Year Resolutions are for suckers.  Waiting until one pivotal day to make a drastic change in your life, and having to get it right immediately, is kind of silly when you think about it.  Gyms get over crowded for about a month.  Diets slowly fade back into the same old eating habits. …

Continue Reading →

Don't over complicate things

Keep It Simple

“There seems to be some perverse human characteristic that likes to make easy things difficult.” -Warren Buffet For some reason, regardless of what area of business I’m writing about, I always seem to have some useful Warren Buffet quote that sums it up perfectly.  It makes sense when you think about it.  He’s mastered almost…

Continue Reading →

Standing your ground

Enough is enough…

If you’re on the entrepreneurial path long enough, you’ll start to notice that there is an incredible amount of emphasis on staying inspired. Quotes, memes, rallies, and inspirational stories are constantly circulating within these financial freedom communities. What don’t you want? But almost every incredibly successful investor or entrepreneur I have ever known had their defining…

Continue Reading →

Page 4 of 5