Step away from all the average things in your life. Average job Average happiness Average relationships Average food Average free time Average schedule See all these things combined together don’t give you anything extraordinary. You’d be a fool to think that. Change up your habits and you might just end up living an amazing life. @trust.the.millionaire
Now dont get me wrong, I am not saying go quit your job. What I am saying is start making plans for your future. Decide what business you want to do and use your job to start funding your business.Get all the free training and classes they may offer, maximize your 401k plan and other benefits that you can take along with you. I will never forget when I left my corporate job I still had money in my medical plan that I used for the next two years for Dr appts and copayments. Start using a portion of you pay to get any specialized training you will need or stock up on merchandise to sell. When I left Corporate America I had 5 yes 5 storage units filled with merchandise that I had gained from extreme extreme couponing, I had also gained a great client base that was purchasing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from me monthly while I was still working soon that income surpassed what I was making on the job. If you hate your job then really sit down and figure out what it is you want to do, plan for it and execute your plan. When your ready to start that business dont forget to reach out to me for Business Credit!!!
FOUNDATIONS ✨ A friend invited a bunch of us to go write Bible verses on the floor of their newly built house before they put the flooring in. 🏠 What an awesome way to know that you and your family are walking on a well-prayed over foundation of truth! 👏🏼 I am most definitely copying this idea for our house too!
Pop up Facebook Live sessions Coming soon but in meantime....real estate investors, I got you for the next two weeks Rental property tax tip #2: IRS Audits are no joke, be prepared. In general, you can’t deduct these things: Travel between your home and the rental property (the IRS considers that commuting unless your home is your principal place of business). Uncollected rent (but this depends on the accounting method you’re using for your rental income). Lost income because your rental was vacant.
Launching THIS WEEK! The final chapter of the landmark Backyard community - The King's Mill - is where it all comes together. 💠 This perfectly scaled 10-storey mid-rise will offer spectacular views of King's Mill Park, Humber River and the waterfront. With The King's Mill, you can be part of our Backyard story and discover life like it should be! 🔗 LINK IN OUR BIO