One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned through looking for mentors, is that the successful amongst us have learned how to make their money work for them. Our economic systems are designed so that those who don’t figure this out become wage slaves to those who do.
If you ever want to become financially free, most likely you’re going to have to get your money working for you. This is achieved in one of a few ways, all utilizing leverage in one form or another. You can leverage the efforts of others by becoming a business owner. You can leverage money by buying cashflowing investment real estate. You can leverage your time, by developing intellectual property and making it available online. There are other forms of leverage, but these are the big common ones.
Have you noticed how most people that work for others are in similar financial standing (regardless of their income level)? In reality, for most people, the more they make the more they spend which just results in a worse financial standing as their income increases.
On the flip side, people who’ve figured out how to get money working for them understand how the financial system works, and put it to their advantage. They collect compound interest rather than pay it. They find new sources of income to pay for “things” rather than put it on credit.
If you aren’t making money work for you, it’s likely because you just haven’t learned how yet. The information is out there, and it’s my mission to help you sift through it and implement the best strategies to help you reach your ultimate potential.For more mentoring tips get a FREE copy of "The MENTOR Method to a Wealth Mindset" report here.