Download The Millionaire Real Estate Investor PDF by Jay Papasan published on 7 April 2005.
I’m haunted by the fear that our children may lose their way in a world that values money for what it can buy and not for the good it can do. I am haunted by the idea that our children are growing up in a society that places too much emphasis on the job you have, the salary you make, and the title you wear. An impatient world measured in days, not years, and populated by instant winners, lottery lovers, and a battery of million-dollar game shows.
A time when investing has become a romantic notion of high-flying day traders and IPO millionaires or, worse, has become synonymous with a crapshoot plagued by corporate scandal, worthless stock options, and bankrupt pension funds. Most of all I’m haunted that we’re teaching a generation that riches come quickly or not at all. My preoccupation with this fear began after I had a conversation with my son in the car.
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I turned off the radio and gave him my immediate, undivided attention. John stared out the window and for a moment seemed to grapple with the right way to express what was troubling him. Parents know this brief pause before the big question. You experience a mix of curiosity and worry over what could be on your 12-year-old’s mind. But it’s important, so you wait and you listen. “Dad, I need money, serious money, and I need it fast.” I relaxed. As a businessperson and an investor, I knew a few things about money. This probably was a problem I could address and, hopefully, teach John a thing or two in the process. “What do you mean? Why do you need that kind of money?” “I want money. I want my own money so I can buy things, so I can buy the things I want.”
This was my opening, and I shared with him my belief that a big part of making money is about work ethic and patience and having a good plan. I tried to express the satisfaction that comes from rolling up your sleeves and making your own way. I finished with some suggestions for ways he might make some money on his own. “How about mowing yards? We could make some flyers when we get home, and I’ll help you canvass the neighborhood.”
Download The Millionaire Real Estate Investor PDF
- Title– The Millionaire Real Estate Investor
- Author– Gary Keller
- Language – English
- Genre – Non-Fiction, Business, Currency, Economics, Finance, Money
- Download Format – PDF
- Size – 8.6 MB
- Number of Pages –433
- Price – Free
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