I know, at least on an intellectual level, that no one is going to build wealth for me; if I truly want to become financially free, I have to create my life and set things up to make my dream come true.

The truth is that I am 100% responsible 100% of the time for the results in my life.  I commit to becoming consciously aware that I am the only one who can create a life of financial abundance and generational legacy.

I have always loved Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s, “I Have a Dream” speech.  The words just stir something within me, as I’m sure they do many of you.  I realize that the words of Dr.

Every entrepreneur hits roadblocks and obstacles along the pathway to financial freedom.  Growth means change, and the process of change includes new tasks that might seem overwhelming.  Knowing this, I must live by the law, "If I can't, I must! If I can, I will! Failure in not an option!"  Because if I don't, I will give up when challenges come my way; I will be stopped by my old programming and belief systems about what is possible.

Most real estate investors go out and find a house, close on the property, and then place an ad in the paper hoping to find a tenant who will rent or lease it to.  Big mistake!  When investors leave themselves open to vacancies, they are leaving themselves open to risk.

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Warren Buffett On Why He Doesn't Invest in Gold "It Doesn't Produce Anything"

As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving with our family and friends, I have taken time to think about the things for which I am thankful. 

Many of you know me personally and you know how important family is to me.  We are beyond blessed in this life, and one of the things that brings us joy is the knowledge that we help others realize their dreams.