Tag: "wealth building"

dEcIpHeRiNg | Wants vs. Needs

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We live in a society that is bent on consumerism and consumables and stuff that we really don’t need.  Really, the media marketing messages have to share a lot of blame in this as they portray products and services that make you believe that you can’t live without. Having said that, it also comes down […]

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Case Study Complete – I’ve Knocked Out $5000 In Debt !

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Fresh off my last case study of knocking out $5000 in Debt, I took a bit of a hiatus on posting the progress and instead decided to work on knocking out the debt as an even higher priority.  Well, needless to say it’s paid off because I have now knocked out the original $5000 worth […]

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Part 3: Watch Me Knock Out $5000 In Debt (Case Study)

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Part 3 of Case Study Series It’s been a little while since I’ve updated this case study of me knocking out $5000 of Debt.  That’s the bad news, the good news is that I’ve been pushing on and wiping the debt out and have made two additional lump sum payments since the last update.   […]

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Why Wealth Comes from Within

Why Wealth Comes from Within

I was doing a little study of my own the other day and noticed that most people believe that other people get lucky in life and wealth falls into their laps.  Nothing could be further from the truth, in fact, wealth is something that can be invoked through conscious and unconscious thought.  In other words, […]

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Case Study, This Little Tool Helped Me Build Wealth Over $20K

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Today, I want to share what I did to Build Wealth of over $20,000 in a short time.  It really is an amazing feat to me how I was able to do this.  I’ll give you a case study of what I used and how I used this very common utility to build real wealth. […]

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Building Wealth Rapidly

Building Wealth Rapidly

Once you are in a position of being financially free, only then can you realize the power of building wealth very rapidly. When you don’t have to put money towards other debts, but instead, can put that to an investment vehicle, you can compound your rate of return on savings and assets. The power of […]

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