Millionaire Mindset

Pull Out the Fine China for a Barbecue

Be in the present. It’s an overused phrase because it’s a recurring problem in most of our lives. We are distracted by our busy brains, overscheduled schedules, emails, and smartphones. Everyone knows living in the present is the ideal for optimal happiness, appreciation, and results, …

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Entrepreneurs Should Do Business Like Tom Brady Does Football

He lacks the muscular physique of his peers in the National Football League. The guy doesn’t have much speed, and his arm strength for a quarterback is mediocre. Despite all that, he’s indisputably the most successful quarterback in the history of professional football. I’m talking …

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Be the Poorest Person in the Room

Inherently, entrepreneurs are introspective and seek to continually improve how they live and run their businesses. The pursuit of excellence is in our DNA. And it was with this thinking the mantra of surrounding yourself with smarter people or being the dumbest person in the …

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This Year’s World Cup Has Given Entrepreneurs Some Gems…

I’m no soccer player, but I love watching the World Cup. To billions of people (3.2 billion to be precise), there is no more magnificent sporting spectacle. The Olympics, Super Bowl or MLB finals don’t come close to the World Cup in respect to viewership …

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The Entrepreneur’s Life Code

I work and live for the moments like the picture above – watching my boys laugh and play together. There is a code among industrious risk takers. It’s one that almost every successful entrepreneur lives by. Within that unspoken code are five rules every great …

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Is That ‘Opportunity’ Too Good to Be True?

In my line of work, I’m routinely pitched new deals and investment opportunities. Along the way, I’ve heard a lot of good sales pitches and done very well financially after investing in some of them. That said, I’ve made (saved) almost as much money by …

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Condominiums Are Horrible Investments For Landlords

It was a beautiful condominium. The layout was spacious and open, tons of natural light coming in, high-end finishings and appliances, the dining area overlooked the mountains, it was in a desirable neighborhood, and it even had a yoga studio in the complex. At first …

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This is How Startup Entrepreneurs Take Over Industries

As an early-stage/seed investor in dozens of startups, I’ve seen, and reaped the rewards, of betting on some incredible entrepreneurs with bold visions for their technologies and companies. There are a few commonalities among the hugely successful investments in startups I’ve made over the years. …

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