The first was “AVENUES TO WEALTH” with one of the world’s leading voices on REAL ESTATE and WEALTH CREATION.The other was my private workshop and luncheon.
Both events were highly inspiring and life-changing.
I hope you were able to attend at least one of them.
Just in case you were not able to make it, let me share some of the things I learnt from Dr. Dolf De Roos with you.I’d highlight some of the things I taught at my private workshop in another blog post.
Dr.Dolf De Roos is a phenomenal speaker who speaks 6 different languages ad has written 15 bestselling books including “Real Estate Riches”, in Robert Kiyosaki’s RICH DAD, POOR DAD Advisor series. During the event that was aptly titled “Avenues to wealth”, he shared a whole lot of deep thoughts but I’m just going to give you the bullet points.
I’m sure you’d find them useful.
- Everything is relative to the perspective you have got.
- When you are green you grow, when you are ripe, you rot.
- I am happy to learn from the experiences of others.
- Success leaves clues and failure leaves clues.
- It’s not who you know that’s important, it’s who knows you.
- It’s not how much money you make that matters.It’s how much you are willing to save and reinvest.98% of American sportsmen are broke two years after retirement.
- The only failure in life is the failure to participate.
- Hot is not enough.Red hot is not enough.You have to be white-hot.
- If you don’t believe in spectacular deals, you’d limit yourself to deals of mediocrity.
- The greatest restraint from will power is the refusal to say “I told you so”
- Knowledge isn’t power.It’s applied knowledge that is power.
- Your life should not be measured by the number of breaths you take but by the number of moments that take your breath away.(“I love this!)
- The most valuable real estate you have is the 10-12cm property between your ears.
- Never get emotional about real estate.
- Wealth is your ability to survive if your lost your job today.
- You become the company you keep.
- Everything has risks.Weigh the risks against the rewards.
- The greatest risk is in doing nothing.
At the end of the event, Dolf endorsed and promoted a fantastic opportunity that I have already taken advantage of and I’m sure you should too.
Remember, the only failure in life is the failure to participate.