If you had 10 successful investors in the world give you an advice each, wouldn’t you be better off?
Let’s face it; we all can use some of these lessons to get better in life.
If you’ve seen others do it, shorten your learning curve and take cues from them. That’s an easy way to become great.
Here, I want to equip you with the same tips, tricks and secrets that these investors know. So that you can apply it too…
Robert Kiyosaki advises that ‘‘real estate investing even on a very small scale remains a tried and true means of building an individual’s cash flow and wealth’’
WARNING: It is quite unfortunate that today, many people still do not understand the power of investing in properties. Cash flow is important for wealth creation and no other investment strategy provides it as much in real estate.
Richard Branson says “Do not be embarrassed by your failures, learn from them start again.”
This is an indication that successful people fail too and to help us understand that failure is nothing to be shameful of since we all have a fair share of it. Remember this the next time you fail at anything, dust it off and get going again.
Warren Buffet says “Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing.”
Having an in-depth knowledge and being great at anything you do lowers your chances failure, such as you can almost predict right 90% of the time. To be successful in life, you must attain this level of knowledge in your field.
Jeff Bezos says “Life is too short to hang out with people who aren’t resourceful.
No wonder this man has become so successful. Association does make a difference in ones’ life. You can’t flock with the birds when you really want to soar like an eagle.
Elon Musk advises that you should “constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself.
How much better are you today than you were yesterday? What are you currently working on to make your personal and professional life better? These are questions that you must keep in mind at all times because it will determine how far you’d go.
Billionaire Founder of Oracle, Larry Page asserts that “It is very hard to fail completely if you aim high enough.”
This is to encourage you to think big. You really have nothing to lose by aiming high enough, in fact, it’s all for your gain.
This also buttresses the lesson by Richard Branson that you should not be embarrassed by your failures, but rather learn from them start again.
Facebook Founder and investor, Mark Zuckerberg says “A simple rule of business is, if you do the things that are easier first then you actually make a lot of progress.
Learn to break down your goals into small-bite sizes so that you can have many small wins that will make the big wins.
American President, Donald Trump once said that “what separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate.”
Life is dynamic, so much that we cannot predict what is to come. However, our reaction to whatever happens determine whether we will win or not. Keep this in mind that those who win in life do not give in nor do they give up, instead they give it all it takes.
Bill Gates, the world richest man advises that “everyone needs a coach. It doesn’t matter whether you are a basketball player, a tennis player, a gymnast or a bridge player.”
Remember what I said earlier about shortening your learning curve by learning from the ones who have been there and done that? It’s one the easy ways to become great in life.
Finally, let me also give you an advice here since I’ve spent fortunes learning from great men and have recorded my fair share of success as an investor.
Here is it. “Whatever your area of expertise, whatever you want to achieve, if you want to get to that destination faster get a coach. – Mayowa Oluyede.
In sum: Becoming a successful investor is actually fairly simple when you apply the above lessons. So let me leave you with one last tip…
“One of the elements that determine your success in life is action. You must keep working at it to work.”
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