Wealth Creation InvestorWritten by Sean Rasmussen
Wealth creation is possibly most important word in an investors vocabulary. Imagine if you invested for sake of fun, not caring which way investment went. Probably a nice scenario to be in, but maybe not so realistic. The bottom line is this: We want to profit from our investments. Sure we want it to be fun. The fun comes with involvement of wealth creation investor. As you get better and more knowledgeable about topic, more enjoyment you will find in this area of wealth creation. Needless to say that as profits start rolling in, more you will enjoy your involvement with investing.
My personal journey so far has been short and fast in this area if investing. It has been a big learning curve in world of wealth creation. Some investors I have met in last 16 months are multi millionaires in their own right. Self made in their twenties, using common sense wealth creation concepts that we should all know. Most of us do already know them, but lack courage to back ourselves. Maybe some simply write themselves off as “not capable” or not being in wealth creation category, lacking confidence of experienced stockmarket investor or savvy property investor who confidently searches real estate markets for new bargains effortlessly.
They back themselves with confidence. They know what is possible if they put in effort and believe in themselves. Maybe us small investors should back ourselves more in this world. To base decisions on your own experiences rather than holding back based on news stories, bad reviews and biased opinions based on little or no experience.
Wow a Butterfly!Written by Kenia Morales
Okay, I am sure that you clicked on this title out of curiosity. Wow a butterfly; what would a butterfly have to do with self help content? And you are right. Not a thing! But it is phrase that my daughter used when she saw a butterfly while playing outside. She said it with so much excitement that I could not help but feel excited for her too.
Now, I know it sounds kind of cute. But, what I am trying to communicate is that children seem so happy because they are overall excited. They get excited with a toy, an animal, a game, a hug, a friend etc. They are happy to just wake up another day; they have so much to look forward to (anything).
As adults we can also appreciate beauty of a butterfly but, I am not quite sure we would get so excited. We have seen butterflies more times than them but, most importantly life in general gets on our way not allowing us to have enough time to contemplate. Those who even dare to dream out loud are often discouraged by peers. Why? We have all bought in to this notion that life is hard. Which is partly true but, everything is not terrible. Sometimes we overlook good things.