10 Weeks of Gratitude

I’m on the plane with a 1 way ticket form NYC to Johannesburg.  Alexes and I will be traveling for the next 10 weeks to Africa (South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe), South America (Argentina, Chile, Peru and Brazil (if we can get our visa in time) ) and Antarctica. As I write this post, I’m … Continued

The Infinite Wealth Process

The Infinite Wealth ProcessTM was designed to give you greater clarity & confidence when it comes to your wealth and your money. It’s a process that allows you to be in control, create extraordinary returns with your money and time and use the tax laws to keep as much of your money as possible. The … Continued

The Infinite Wealth Triangle

Have you ever chose between options, when you really wanted all of the options? Unfortunately many people have done this with their investments and/or businesses. You may have been evaluating a business or investment opportunity or you may have been talking with a financial advisor when you got caught in the dreadful either/or conversation that … Continued

What Level Investor Are You?

Investors are typically classified by either the income they make and/or their net worth. While this is certainly important criteria to measure, we’ve found that your level of experience is an equally important criteria. Without the proper knowledge and experience, “a fool and his money are soon parted”. Many investors jump into real estate investing … Continued

Stop Chasing Strategies and Follow Investment Principles

A big mistake investors make is that they get so caught up with the newest and latest strategies that they run in too many directions and lose focus. Strategies are important but in order to succeed, your strategies must be aligned with your Investment Principle. Principle is defined as a fundamental law or truth from … Continued

Cashflow 101

According to dictionary.com cashflow is defined as the sum of the after-tax profit of a business plus depreciation and other non-cash charges: used as an indication of internal funds available for stock dividends, purchase of buildings and equipment, etc. Put simply cashflow is literally the actual cash that flows to you. Cashflow can come from … Continued