Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. Find Your Niche. How do you find your niche to cater to the affluent and generate cash yourself? Check this out.
FIND YOUR NICHE
Hello, friends! As we’re on the penultimate part of our discussion for The Millionaire Next Door Series, I want to ask you something:
What has changed in your mindset after reading the previous installments?
This is important because your mindset plays a huge role if you are to apply the denominators we’ve been discussing in your life. Your mindset is just like a stone thrown into a river: it causes ripples that increase in size as it reaches the riverbank. So the things you’re learning as we go through will only be effective if you couple action with the right mindset.
So; we’re now in the seventh part of the series. But before moving on, let’s review what we’ve discussed on the last installment.
Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. Children who are well-trained on money grow up to be financially independent. That’s affirmative Action, family style.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION. FAMILY STYLE
These times, wealth is perceived to be the key towards lifestyle security. Even then, the road towards wealth is not paved for those who only idealise its fulfillment. Coupled with your dreams to become wealthy should be a combination of the right information so that you can develop the right habits. Once the right habits are in place, you can then start taking action – the right action – to start accumulating wealth.
Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. Economic Outpatient Care. It stands for children receiving financial assistance from their parents. Be warned.
ECONOMIC OUTPATIENT CARE
In your lifetime, you could accumulate somewhere between 1 and 10 millions if you have the right mindset and if you take action. Friends, the series of discussions I’m providing you right now are free and are proven to work. Still, without the right combination of mindset, habit, and action, these concepts will only stay as figments of your memory.
Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. What’s more important to you: financial independence displaying social status? Your answer says a lot about you.
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN DISPLAYING SOCIAL STATUS
Welcome, friends! We’re on to the fourth installment of The Millionaire Next Door Series. This 8-part series features a succession of discussions about the key denominators that set the wealthy, or what we call Prodigious Accumulators of Wealth or PAWs and the non-wealthy, or what we call Under Accumulators of Wealth or UAWs, apart.
Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. You could be doing something wrong with your time, energy & money. How do you allocate these resources efficiently?
ALLOCATING YOUR TIME, ENERGY, AND MONEY EFFICIENTLY
Hello there! We’re on to the third installment of The Millionaire Next Door Series. In this 8-part series, I am discussing the key denominators that set the wealthy (Prodigious Accumulators of Wealth or PAWs) and the non-wealthy (Under Accumulators of Wealth or UAWs) apart.
My discussions in this series are inspired by the book, The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko, in an attempt to discover what the wealthy are doing to get even wealthier.
Let’s take a look at the last installment’s discussion. (Read More…)
Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. Meet the epitome of frugal living: the wealthy who are living within their means & what you might be doing wrong.
FRUGAL, FRUGAL, FRUGAL: LIVING WITHIN YOUR MEANS
Hello friends, and welcome to the 2nd installment of The Millionaire Next Door Series. In this 8-part series, I’ll be discussing the key denominators that set apart the wealthy (Prodigious Accumulators of Wealth or PAWs) and the non-wealthy (Under Accumulators of Wealth or UAWs).
Much of my discussion in this series is inspired by the book, The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko, with a focus on discovering what the wealthy are doing to get even wealthier.
In Review: How To Determine How Wealthy You Are (Read More…)
Stuart Zadel on The Millionaire Next Door Series. How do you determine how wealthy you are? Are there specific measures to make the determination valid?
Hello friends! This is Stuart Zadel, and I’m bringing you an 8-part series that will hopefully inspire you and bring out the millionaire in you: The Millionaire Next Door Series. In a succession of discussions that focuses on the positive habits that help create wealth, you’ll discover that you actually have the power to rise from your present circumstances and become the millionaire next door.
Much of my discussion in this 8-part series is inspired by the book, “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley and William Danko. Based on 20 years of research, interviews, surveys, and personal interactions with people who appeared wealthy and those who were really wealthy, both authors were able to discover two odd things:
That many people who appear wealthy actually do not have much wealth,
That those people who actually are wealthy do not live in upscale places, drive luxury cars, or dine in expensive restaurants.
Why is it necessary to create an opportunity for multiple sources of income? Stuart Zadel discusses in this short video.
Hi there and welcome! This is Stuart Zadel and welcome to this month’s video success tip here from the virtual headquarters of Zadel Property Education.
Now, this month, I’m very excited because we’re going to be talking about income. That’s right, your income but specifically, what’s called, “multiple sources of income.”
What Are The Problems With Primary Source Of Income (PSI)?
See, there are two sorts of income out there. Most people have what’s called a “PSI” or primary source of income. Now, for 96% of the world’s population, your PSI is your main income generator. For 96% of the world’s population, it’s a job.
Now, the problem with the job is a couple of things.