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REFINANCING PITFALLS WITH A FIX AND FLIP Keeping the Property When Your Flip Becomes A Flop

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REFINANCING PITFALLS WITH A  FIX AND FLIP Keeping the Property When Your  Flip Becomes A Flop

I was young and inexperienced, but I was convinced I was unstoppable. I had a lot of energy and motivation. The house was in Arvada, a northwestern suburb of Denver, and I purchased it for a killer price.  It was part of a package deal with another house I planned to keep as a rental. […]

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Personal Expectations – The Juggling Act Between High Performance and Happiness

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Personal Expectations – The Juggling Act Between High Performance and Happiness

“You expect too much,” my girlfriend tells me for the 2nd time in less than a week. We were not fighting, but she let me know that she felt that she had a hard time hitting my expectations, and that it was stressful. It was not making me happy either. I mentioned to her that […]

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Constant Improvement – A Hero’s Vital Trait

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Constant Improvement – A Hero’s Vital Trait

And there she is, saving the day again! She always turns the toughest situations into a winning situation. How does she do it? We all have someone we look up to. Our hero! I try hard everyday to be that for my kids, my friends, others that look up to me. To be a hero, […]

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A Perfect Disaster

Filed in General, Investment Secrets by on May 13, 2019 0 Comments
A Perfect Disaster

Why trying to be perfect is a great way to fail – and how to avoid it.   The best is the enemy of success! What I mean by this is so many of us are so focused on the best that we take very little action towards our success. We are focused on the […]

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Alligator Skin: The Sure-Fire Way to Self-Improvement

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Alligator Skin: The Sure-Fire Way to Self-Improvement

I was holding my new born daughter, Maddie, on a spring night in 2008. The house was quiet, and I left her room dark as I soothed her back to sleep. I was exhausted but I did not want to let her go. I was in the middle of the hardest time in my life […]

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