Sunday, January 15, 2017

Strengthen Your Retirement Portfolio Now By Building a Business Income Stream

How much money do you have to have in investments if in retirement you want to make $100,000 a year in income?

Some might say, "$1 million." Because if you have $1 million and you take out 10% a year that is $100,000. But financial experts don’t recommend that you pull out 10%. They say no more than 4% or 5%. So if you want $100,000 a year in income coming in from an investment you’ve got to have $2 million.

  • $100,000 per year you would need a $2 million investment
  • $200,000 per year you would need a $4 million investment
  • $300,000 per year you would need a $6 million investment
  • $400,000 per year you would need a $8 million investment
  • Half million dollars per year you would need a $10 million investment
  • $600,000 per year you would need a $12 million investment

That can seem like a pretty huge nest egg that we would need to grow! The problem is that most of us cannot invest enough money at our age to go have $100,000 a year coming in by retirement. However, we all have an opportunity to go build a business over the next 18, 24, 36 months that’ll either supplement our shortfall or even pay us $100,000, $200,000, $300,000, a half a million dollars a year for the rest of our lives!

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Thursday, January 5, 2017

Sharing Makes You Bigger Than You Are
Written by Jim Rohn

The more you pour out, the more life will be able to pour in.

A strong relationship is a reciprocal relationship. That’s why you need to develop the ability to share. When you pass something along to someone else, whether it’s an idea, a feeling or a resource, everybody wins. If you pick up a good idea today, pass it along. Say, “Hey, I found a book that really helped me.” Maybe the book got you thinking. Maybe it changed your health. Maybe it inspired you. Whatever benefit you received can be passed along. And in the process of passing it along, you will benefit again and again. If you share what you’ve learned with 10 different people, they get to hear it once, and you get to hear it 10 times. It’s probably going to do more for you than for them until they start the sharing process, too.

For me, giving seminars, writing books and recording programs are all joys in life. They are the best investment I can make of my words, spirit, heart, soul, time and energy. I enjoy nothing more than to hear somebody say, “You got me started. You turned my lights on, turned my mind around, got me thinking, got me pondering… and I’ve been on track ever since.” You will hear that kind of praise (and more!) when you share. Share with your children. Share with your colleagues. Share with everybody that comes within your grasp.

Sharing makes you bigger than you are. If you have a full glass of water, can the glass hold any more water? The answer is yes, but only if I pour out what’s already in it. That’s what I’m asking you to do. If you’re full of ideas, if you’re full of good things, I’m asking you to pour them out. As you do, I promise you, more will be poured in.

Unlike a glass however, when you pour something out of yourself, you become bigger. Human beings have the ability to grow in consciousness and awareness and capacity. Even as kids, we don’t lack the capacity. Ask yourself how many languages a child can learn. Answer: As many as you’ll take the time to teach them. They do not lack capacity. They only lack teachers.

The same thing is true for you. You don’t lack capacity. Each time you share what you’ve got, you get bigger. Your consciousness grows. Your capacity increases. Why should you want your capacity to grow? You want it to grow so you can hold more of what is being shared with you.

You could pour happiness all over some people, and they still wouldn’t be very happy. Why? They’re not big enough. If you’re small—small in comprehension, small in the ability to think and wonder, small in appreciation—you won’t enjoy any benefit, no matter how much prosperity or happiness or wisdom is poured out. Don’t be like that. Learn to share. It’s a glorious experience.

Jim Rohn, America's Foremost Business Philosopher, reprinted with permission from Jim Rohn International © 2017. As a world-renowned author and success expert, Jim Rohn touched millions of lives during his 46-year career as a motivational speaker and messenger of positive life change. For more information on Jim and his popular personal achievement resources or to subscribe to the weekly Jim Rohn Newsletter, visit www.JimRohn.com.