How to Escape the Rate Race
Do you dream of escaping the rate race, of not having to go to work each day? Do you think about not having to get up early, come home late, never seeing the family because you are stuck in traffic? Do you keep missing those important milestones in the family’s life?
Some of us want to travel. Travel is the number one activity people want to do in retirement whether it be catching up with family, going on a road trip or exploring countries and cultures overseas. Well for most of us we have to work just to get by. So is it possible for life to be different?
I love hearing about how people have found a way to put money aside and invest for their future. That future is possible. You need to dream big enough, put some financial plans in place and set about systematically working towards making that future life, that ultimate goal possible.
There are a lot of schemes out there to get rich. I prefer to see that the people that are promoting these investing strategies have rungs of the board and can prove that what they are pushing. There is the old saying that if it seems too good to be true that perhaps it is. As my guest on today’s show, Tyler Sheff, says ‘what makes the most money usually has the most risk’. There are other ways to invest for your future and sometimes slow and steady wins the race. This is why we need to think carefully and start planning as soon as we can.
Tyler Sheff is a Master Facilitator of Robers Kiyosaki’s CashfFlow 101 game. Tyler hosts workshops to teach busy people and those not so busy, how to use what they have and how to obtain what they need in order to build passive income. This is a great way to widen your financial intelligence so that when you find a good deal you will be able to recognize it, and go forward without fearing making mistakes.
Tyler Sheff from CashFlowGuys.com offers a way of learning how people can create cash flow assets through real estate. The aim is to help us escape the rat race.
Join me and learn one way to Escape the rate race podcast, and please free to comment. I would love to hear from you.
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