GET EDUCATED IN INVESTING:
1. Attend financial seminars and classes.
Just purchased a place at the Ed Burton Brisbane Seminar. You can find more information about the seminar I will attend @ http://www.tridentpress.com.au/webcontent70.htm
5. Continue to read, listen to tapes and videos, watch financial TV programs, and play CASHFLOW.
Whilst I havn't played CASHFLOW 101 in a little while.. I do play it. I'm aiming to decrease the amount of time it takes me to exit the rat race (and hence enter the fast track). I am still reading...
Currently concentrating between "Own Your Own Corporation" by Garrett Sutton (Rich Dad Advisor series) and "12 Simple Secrets of Happiness at Work" by Glenn Van Ekeren.
I have put Cashflow Quadrant on standby as well as "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie and "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill. The current two books are more relevant to my current situation at the moment. I will re-sume Cashflow Quadrant when I am prepared to take some REAL action... ie search for good investment properties and trade stocks.
I have since received my special package for EmailCash GOLD members from Trident Press. "Build Your Wealth Today" was a VERY quick read for me as alot of what it talks about I already know thanks to "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" as well as "Cashflow Quadrant"... so I will give that book away to a friend in the future. Meanwhile, I'm a little stuck on "Investing to Win" as it is great for informing about investing in the right stocks however stock trading isn't really that interesting to me.. I like real estate/property more. Other books included in the package are: "How to Avoid Financial Disaster", "Going Out on Your Own" and "Scams and Frauds". I have given each of those books a "skim" by reading various parts of each... they each have value. Oh yes.. all of these books are author-ed by Lance Spicer.
My financial goal in re: Guam has been suspended for the time being and replaced with saving up enough $$ to go to Las Vegas for up to 6 nights in re: Dancer Wealth Training ( http://www.dancerwealth.com ). I felt that I would be better off doing this training and then going to Guam and elsewhere (ie F1 in Melbourne) so I can REALLY benefit rather than only partly benefit (due to not having the best skills).
I'm still aiming to save up to $10,000 to cover myself for 6 months worth of living expenses as well as $3,000 to incorporate myself. I'm hoping the Ed Burton seminar I attend will be able to help me out there.