Find Your Interests

I don’t expect to succeed at everything I attempt, but I do believe in attempting everything I want to do. So I took some time out of my day and went to a tax lien investor seminar in Pasadena. At the last minute, I had a guest join me, which made it more fun to attend.

I make myself do/try something of interest to me and is pushed me outside of my comfort zone as often as I can. Ideally, once a month, but I will take the opportunity whenever it presents itself.

So, my fellow hustlers, what are your interests and how do you push yourself to do more, learn more and succeed at more?

Presenting to the guests how to make passive income with taking liens investment
Real Estate Tax Lien Seminar
Getting seated before the event starts
Where the REW held their tax lien event Sun. Sept. 9th

Happy Friday: Reflection

I think one of the best phrases I hear all week is “Happy Friday”. When I say it at the office, it’s my way if acknowledging the break I’m getting away from a job and a group of people I don’t enjoy being around.

But when I share it among my tribe, it’s about reflecting on the week that just past. What happened, what’s happening, the good news, the let downs, all of it. It’s a time close that week’s chapter while reflecting the progress and plans of the coming weeks and months.

So, yes. It’s the freakin’, go and have you so fun. But pat yourself on the back or pick yourself up if you need to.

Happy Friday, my hustlers.

September’s 💵 Money Challenge 💵

I know. It’s Labor Day. The one day of the whole year which is supposed to be dedicated to not working. I get it. I also don’t care. Not because I’m evil or mean or a monster. Because I believe in Mark Cuban words: when the other guy is sleeping, you need to be busting your butt off.

I firmly agree with that.

So what better time than to get a jump on your week and finances than on a day when everyone else is ‘laxing it up?

We made August the month about zeroing in our income and expenses. And we even threw in a budget to better watch our money. I think September should be about designating our monies to savings account. We already said we’d budgeted it in.

So how much and how often? Or do you want to do the weekly savings challenge: your first week of savings, $1, your second week of savings, $2 and so forth and so on.

So how much are you willing saving, how often?