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  • James Veal

Who Wants To Wait 40 Years To Finally Live Life?


I'll never forget talking with an older executive at one of the financial firms I used to work at. He was looking back on his life — a life in which he made millions of dollars and lived very well. But he had one regret: not building an asset that would pay him forever. He said, “If I had, I wouldn’t still be working like this.”



An asset can be an investment portfolio, a business, rental homes...whatever. This asset pays you when you sleep, when you travel, and it compounds over a lifetime into dollars that can grow quite substantially.



So, although you may still be working a 9-5, you are in position and generating money. But there’s a catch: You have to save and direct your earnings into building assets.


Tell me what you think about that?



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