If I looked at most of the financial plans I see today through a crisp one-hundred-dollar bill, it seems that most people are taking ten dollars away from that hundred and are chasing a rate of return, trying to get ten or twelve percent on their money – the ten bucks.Most people neglect the other ninety dollars.
Think about this: what if you instead focused on getting a three to five percent rate of return on the ninety that is passing through your fingers?
Wouldn’t that produce a lot more results?
The majority thinking is broke and I think it’s time for a different approach.
There can be a lot more found in the money which is lost than chasing some potential rate of return.
Create strategies in your planning to stop the leaks where money is simply disappearing. That could create massive results for you.
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