“Never, Ever”: Why This Self-Made Millionaire Thinks Everyone Should Ditch 401(k)s

2016-10-31 07_45_24-Films & TVEveryone knows that the first step to building a retirement nest egg is to make the most of your 401(k) (if you have access to one) by either maxing out your contribution or at least contributing enough to get any employer match. But Grant Cardone isn’t everyone. The self-made millionaire and author of the new book Be Obsessed or be Average is aggressively making the case that people should forget about 401(k) plans. What is Cardone’s main objection to 401(k)s that causes him to state that he “would never, ever invest money” in one? Why does he declare that “you can’t save your way to millionaire status”, and what does he believe people should focus on instead of saving? CLICK HERE to find out.

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Thinking Richly: 6 Mental Tricks The Wealthy Use To Make More Money

2016-10-23 09_33_02-Morguefile free photographs for commercial use“Getting rich begins with the way you think and what you believe about making money.” This assertion comes from Steve Siebold, a self-made millionaire and author of “How Rich People Think”, which he penned after studying millionaires for over 25 years and conducting hundreds of interviews. Today’s article highlights six “psychological tricks rich people use to make more money”, as identified by Siebold. One such mental trick? Rich people “tell themselves there’s no shortage of money, even when they don’t have enough” – what matters to them is whether something is worth buying/investing in, not whether it’s something they can personally afford. To read more about this mental trick – and to see what the other five are – CLICK HERE.

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