I like to communicate and build relationships with those that see value in building wealth over the long haul.
Not after the “quick fix.”
It may be boring at times.
But it will sure work if you stay focused.
It reminds me of the time my friend took a class on Desert Racing…in the hot sands of Baja California.
He’s always wanted to race the Baja 1000…from the top of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico to the bottom.
During this class, he had an instructor in the passenger’s seat.
And on the first day, he was teaching him how to drive around corners.
My friend gunned it and then hit the brakes hard right before the turn…
He almost flipped the entire vehicle.
As it lifted into the air on two tires, the instructor grabbed the crash bars…certain they were going to crash.
But by some miracle they didn’t crash…phew!
On bare instinct, they both shifted their weight to the other side of the car, and landed up-right on all 4 wheels.
The instructor immediately stopped the racing truck.
My friend got a good yelling from his instructor. 🙂
And then the instruction taught him the principle of ‘Going Slower to Move Faster.’
He explained that in the desert you want to go slow around the corners…slower than normal…and then speed after you rounded the corner completely.
The goal in the Baja 1000 is to finish. Most racers don’t even finish the race.
Mr. Instructor explained by merely taking the corners slower than normal, and letting everyone else crash their cars….
They would still finish in the top.
That principle can be true with wealth-building as well.
If you take the time to “take the long-view” it allows you to speed up over time.
I have certainly seen that in my own life.
If you’re open to doing a little research.
And seeing if your life might improve if you had a guaranteed cash flow coming in…in addition to your Social Security and/or a pension….
Then we might want to talk for 30 minutes to see how retirement could be a little easier by doing some of the hard stuff up front.
If you are open minded to at least see if it makes sense, you should schedule a time on my calendar below.
Remember — It’s Your Time…