How our brains have evolved over time is a funny thing. The same things that make us wildly successful in life have the potential to make us miserable. This is the cruel paradox of the high achieving, high paid professional. We are strivers and we have very high expectations of ourselves. That’s not a bad […]
Why do I advocate investing in real things like real estate and precious metals instead of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds? Because I understand them and they are, for the most part, predictable. I understand that, when I buy an apartment building, people have to pay me rent. That property might go up and down […]
The wealthy think differently than most of us– Here’s the challenge–In order to be wealthy, you must think like the wealthy! “But Buck, if I don’t know how they think how can I do that?” Well, I’ll tell you. You see my job on Wealth Formula is to infiltrate the world of the wealthy. Think […]
In 1943, psychologist Abraham Maslow published a paper called “A Theory of Human Motivation.” In this paper he described, what has come known as, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Basically its a pyramid structure describing different human motivation drivers. At the bottom of this pyramid lies physiological needs–food, water, etc. The next level up is safety […]
I cannot tell a lie–in my first business I made a small fortune sucking fat from places where people didn’t want it and putting it back where they wanted more! I told Robert Kiyosaki about that last April and that’s how he remembered who I was the rest of the cruise. My wife hates it […]
“Can you explain what internet is?” That’s the question Katie Couric asked her colleagues on the Today Show in 1994 as an equally confused Bryant Gumbel looked on. Now don’t you wish you knew what the internet was back then? Don’t you wish you had enough foresight to see this seismic shift in not only […]
Robert Kiyosaki opened my eyes to the notion of passive multiple income streams 9 years ago and it changed my life. Of course, my dad had been talking about “cash flow investing” since I was born but for some reason I was too dense to figure out what he meant. In the context of Kiyosaki, […]
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