Tag: Motivation

Waiting for Change?

Waiting for Change?

| December 3, 2008 | Reply

“We are not the Blue states of America, nor are we the Red states of America, we are the United States of America.”  Those were the words of Barack Obama that rang out loud and clear during Campaign 2008.  America demanded change, and change is what we got.  I’m glad to see that Obama was able to make […]

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Switching Sides

Switching Sides

| November 23, 2008 | 3 Replies

Hi Everyone!  After 3 months of no writing activity, I’d like to give everyone something to read again.   For those of you familiar with the writings of Robert Kiyosaki (also one of my favorite authors), you have learned that people can be classified into one or more of these quadrants: Employee, Self-Employed (Specialists), Investors, or Business.  […]

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Running the Numbers

Running the Numbers

| August 10, 2008 | Reply

When it comes to investing, a smart investor always uses numbers to guage the profitability before they take action.  Whether it’s buying a business, purchasing stock, or buying a commercial property, analyzing the deal is imperative for making the best decision.  We can sometimes get lucky on our investment if we don’t choose to run the numbers, but the odds aren’t […]

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Motivation: A New Perspective

Motivation: A New Perspective

| August 5, 2008 | Reply

I can remember when I first started working at Regions Bank as a personal banker in 2004.  In evaluating my overall performance, I would have been considered average among my co-workers.  However, when I wanted to try selling commission-based financial products such as fixed annuities, I suddenly took off in sales.  Everyone at the company […]

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