Nov 16

Check out how this guy relates marketing to getting married.

If you are dating or married… it hits the spot ;)

What is Marketing? This Guy Explained It

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10. If a girl goes on google, and types “Looking for Rich Man to Marry” and
finds your blog post that talks about how you are rich, single, and looking to marry – That’s Niche SEO Marketing

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Sep 17

Planning for long term investment success

Rich dad often said, “The reason why most average investors lose money is that it is often easy to invest into an asset, but it is often difficult to get out. If you want to be a savvy investor, you need to know how to exit an investment as well as how to get into one.”

If there’s one thing a lot of amateur investors learned from the last housing boom and bust, it’s that you have to have an exit strategy. When I speak at events, I talk to countless people who are underwater and overwhelmed by real estate they purchased at the peak of the market on the assumption that real estate always goes up.

Now, they’re stuck with a liability they thought was an asset. They can’t sell it, and it just sucks money out of their pockets each month.

The importance of the exit strategy

When I invest, one of the most important strategies I consider is my “exit strategy.” To help me understand the importance of an exit strategy, rich dad put it in these terms:

“Buying an investment is often like getting married. In the beginning, things are exciting and fun. But if things do not go well, then divorce can be much more painful than all that initial fun and excitement. That is why you must really think about an investment almost like a marriage. Getting in is often a lot easier than getting out.”

Rich dad’s point was not to encourage divorce, but rather to impress on me the importance of thinking long term.

Rose-colored glasses

As rich dad said, “The odds are that 50 percent of all marriages will end in divorce, and the reality is that nearly 100 percent of all marriages think they will beat those odds.”

When you’re in love, you overlook a lot of bad habits and annoying personality traits. You look at the world through rose-colored glasses. It’s those who ignore the signs of trouble and rush into a relationship that most often have heartache down the road.

There’s no difference when it comes to investing. Many investors become infatuated with an investment opportunity and rush in to snatch up what they think will be a great deal. They give no thought to the exit strategy, and what they are left with is tied up equity at best or huge loses at worst. As Elvis says, “Only fools rush in.”

Rich dad’s best words on the subject were, “Always remember that when you are excitedly buying an asset, there is often someone who knows more about the asset who is excitedly selling it to you!”

Plan ahead

Every business plan we look at must have an exit strategy in place. Otherwise, Kim and I trash it right away.

All sorts of hype can be made about an opportunity—and that hype often lures amateur investors in. But it takes real numbers and knowledge to present a plan that includes an exit—and a return on investment from that exit. And it takes an investor with financial education to be able to know if that exit strategy is sound. The more sophisticated your investment is, the more important the exit strategy.

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Sep 03

These low-cost options can supplement your income or become a full-time gig.

If anything’s hot in today’s economy, it’s saving money, including a broad range of green businesses helping people save energy, water and other resources. For those seeking flexible hours and low startup costs, these five green businesses to start at home may be the best way to join the green business wave:

  1. Green Irene Eco-Consultant
    Founded by PJ Stafford and Rosamaria Caballero Stafford, Green Irene trains people from all walks of life to earn part-time income as eco-consultants. Green Irene has more than 150 eco-consultants in 35 states that take pride in being a force for positive change in their communities. As part of the $99 Green Home Makeover, a trained eco-consultant walks through a person’s home with the homeowner and proposes specific changes and products that can save energy, water and money. Green Irene has screened an array of green products, helping customers and consultants avoid the confusion of sorting through these on their own. Calculators show the return on many purchases, such as $7,000 (over seven years) for a $133 two-bathroom water conservation kit. Eco-consultants also offer a green office makeover for offices of two to ten people ($250) and 11 to 50 people ($450).Using a direct sales model, Green Irene is like the Avon of green, a business model that provides flexible hours, low costs and the ability to work out of your own home. The $450 startup cost includes a large collection of products sold by Green Irene, customized marketing materials, hours of online training and ongoing support to build business. While becoming an eco-consultant requires commitment and energy, it doesn’t require extensive prior knowledge.

    Startup cost: $450
    For more information: 
    BeAGreenIrene.com

  2. Zola Goods Home Party Coordinator
    Founded by Beth Remmes, Zola Goods enables people to work from their homes arranging Tupperware-like parties but for green products.”There are many people who are interested in the environmental movement, but don’t really know where to start or how they can make a difference,” Remmes says.

    Zola coordinators educate people about eco-friendly products and help bridge the gap between hearing the information and taking action. Zola uses a single-level direct sales model and there are no recruiting or sales requirements. The startup cost for a coordinator is only $149 for a kit containing green products that can be used daily and for demonstrations at parties. Coordinators are often moms seeking income and flexible hours, and people who want to get involved in the green business revolution without turning their lives upside down.

    “The only requirement is that someone wants to make a positive difference,” Remmes says.

    Coordinators inspire others to help make the world a better place and often become a hub for green information in their communities.

    Startup cost: $149 for a startup kit
    For more information: 
    ZolaGoods.com

  3. Green Internet Store
    Though running an internet store out of your home allows you to reach a broad market with lower startup costs than a physical storefront, it can still take a great deal of time, energy and money to get started. You need to get your website ready for e-commerce, create a billing system, market your site, ship products and track deliveries. Another solution for eco-entrepreneurs is to work with a pre-packaged internet eco-store created by OnlyGreen4Me. OnlyGreen4Me delivers a turnkey online eco-store with more than 6,600 green products, and it takes care of inventory, shipping, billing and collection. OnlyGreen4Me provides a way to hit the ground running with a store months earlier than doing it all on your own. There is a $2,500 setup fee, which includes the first-year hosting and maintenance fees.Startup cost: $2,500 for initial setup fee
    For more information: 
    OnlyGreen4Me.com
  4. Energy Efficiency Auditing–Pro Energy Consultants
    We waste billions of dollars worth of energy in the United States, but this problem is finally getting the attention it deserves. Pro Energy Consultants, created by Mark Canella, Kris Simonich and Derek Sola, is selling franchises across the U.S. for entrepreneurs to build their own businesses as energy auditors. Canella has run his energy auditing business in Cleveland for 13 years, and is now using this as the foundation of the franchise business. To help homeowners, Consultants use specific technology such as an infrared camera that lets homeowners see where their homes are losing energy.”The visit includes consulting–listening and talking with the homeowner–and the technical component–the audit,” Simonich says.

    To purchase a franchise, you need to go through a qualification process to meet the founders and start what will be a long-term partnership. Franchisees receive a territory, sign the agreement, go through training, pay the initial franchise fee and are ready to get started.

    Initial franchise fee: $29,900
    For more information: 
    ProEnergyConsultants.com

  5. Making Gold Out of Garbage
    We throw away mountains of garbage every day, but much of this garbage can be converted into new products and given another life. TerraCycle may provide a model for the kind of business others can build by making useful things out of what would otherwise be garbage.”Garbage is one of the few things we pay people to take away from us,” says Tom Szaky, founder of TerraCycle. The company started packaging worm poop fertilizer in used plastic soda bottles, and today it’s working with big companies like Target. Target disposable bags are transformed into reusable shopping totes, juice pouches are made into lunch boxes, and granola bags into shower curtains. If they do it, they can show you how, too. This business can start out small at home in your garage, but there’s plenty of room for growth.

    Startup costs: $100s to $1,000s for overhead costs
    For more information:
     See examples at TerraCycle.net

    Getting involved can be more than donating to a charity or starting a nonprofit. With these double bottom-line business models, you can endorse your environmental activism while making money to be self-sufficient.

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