Posts Tagged ‘Robert Kiyosaki’

Write That Book

Write That Book

How can you immediately stand out from the crowd? Write a book that positions you as the go to expert in your area of expertise. Then make sure it becomes an Amazon best seller.

The moment you do that new doors will open to you, and you will easily attract lucrative opportunities.

Right now you may be thinking that this sounds great but writing a book is far beyond your reach.Don’t worry. Most people believe that limiting thought. And that’s all it is, a thought, a belief, a fear based story that you can change.

Today’s guest, Julie Broad, helps business professionals discover the unique book inside them; she helps them write it, publish it, and make it soar to bestseller status on Amazon.

In this interview, she reveals the shocking truth about mainstream publishers and gets you excited about writing and self-publishing your book.

You’ll feel inspired and gain confidence from this real estate investor and Amazon publishing master. Listen to her engaging story, and find out how you can write a best selling book that brands you as an expert in the eyes of the world, even if you suck at writing.

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Three Feet From Gold


You will never step into the light if you remain afraid of the dark. People who won’t take a step in the dark tend to give up on their dreams when they are just three feet from gold.

Matt Miller is an inspiring example of a man who went the distance to make his dreams a reality. He did that by allowing himself to walk in the dark for a while until he found his gold.

You’ll be inspired by Matt’s humility, gratitude, creativity, grit, and generosity.

You may be amused and excited by what you’ll learn about gumball machines, and how they can change your life, and, possibly, make you rich.

Listen to Matt’s story and discover how you can build a life of your dreams and a legacy for your family with very little capital and the willingness to play outside the box.


The Holy Bible

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

The Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki

The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie


“You can get everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” – Zig Ziglar

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Psychologically Unemployable


True entrepreneurs are psychologically unemployable. What does that mean?

It means that they do not have it in their nature to work for other people. The successful ones work well with others; they simply refuse to work for others.

Their independent spirits, creativity, and drive make them rebels, innovators, and visionaries.

Whitney Nicely is a true entrepreneur. She got a taste of the sweet, scary, adventurous life of an entrepreneur at a very early age.

Whereas most kids learn the negative lesson that “money doesn’t grow on trees,” Whitney learned from her mom that “money Happens.” It always shows up in the mail.

Whitney loved that idea. She decided she would make lots of money show up for her. She did that by becoming a bold and savvy real estate investor. She did it against many odds.

In the beginning, men would not take her seriously. She changed their minds. Whitney’s fire and belief in what she does led her to take big risks, lose money, and make more.

Today, she teaches ordinary people how to create extraordinary lives by creating wealth with real estate.

You’ll be fascinated, enriched, and entertained by Whitney’s story.


Miracle in the Mountains by Harriet T. Kane

The Bible

Psychologically Unemployable by Jeffrey Combs


“Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.” – Babe Ruth

“She considers a field, and buys it: with the fruit of her hands she plants a vineyard.” – The Bible, Proverbs 31:16


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