Do you know the difference between "Investing" vs. "Buying a JOB"? It's important to make sure you know the difference.
Comment below if you thought you were investing but realized that instead, you purchased a JOB?
In response to your inquiries, I have created a short video explaining the Financial Freedom Formula and how anyone can achieve Financial Freedom for themselves via implementing these three (3) steps.
If you have additional questions on how it works, then feel free to take the free training via this link:
This weeks episode is dedicated to helping you review and achieve your goals as this is the end of the third quarter of 2018. If you haven’t set any goals yet now is the time. I want to encourage you to visit the store on this website where you can take the complimentary “Escape The Madness Course” which will help you to establish your goals.
You need to write down these goals, and they need to be “S.M.A.R.T.” This means that your goals are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, promote Responsibility for that goal and have a set Timeline for achieving them. Without these characteristics, you are not as likely to meet them. You need clarity of vision and once you have that everything goes a lot smoother.
For everyone that has established some goals, I would like you to take a moment and assess how you are doing. Are you achieving them or are you exceeding them? If you are having trouble reaching them, then please let me know and feel free...
Anita is an expert in health insurance, and I wanted to discuss with her the latest changes in health care and open enrollment. She likes to advise seniors with their health care insurance concerns.
Health care costs are one of the things that can quickly drive people into bankruptcy. So this knowledge is a critical part of your abundant life and investments. Once you get sick, you need to understand what you are dealing with and it’s essential.
She explains the latest changes that have occurred with healthcare regulations. Under Trump, the tax penalty will be done away with, and they have changed some of the rules surrounding pre-existing conditions.
Open enrollment is a time period that happens each year when employers, corporations, and individuals can change their health plans. Open enrollment generally starts mid-October and goes through December 7th for policies that begin the next year. You usually can’t make changes to your plan outside of this time...