252: The Power Of Now

The Power Of Now

by Keith Weinhold | Get Rich Education

Imagine that you’re paid $8.5 million – your entire life’s earnings – all on the last day of your life.

But you received nothing until then.

That income really wouldn’t serve you well anymore.

It’s an extreme example about “The Power Of Now”. 

Delayed gratification should not be a long-term condition. You get one life.

I also discuss housing affordability: which is your income, housing prices, and mortgage interest rates.

Historically, affordable homes have a price-to-income ratio of 2.6 or less.

In just three minutes time, I tell you how the Federal Reserve works. Their ¼% interest rate cut announced last week is the first cut since 2008. 

Join me in-person on our Tampa Real Estate Field Trip. Register at www.RealEstateFieldTrip.com

The Phillips Curve signifies that employment and inflation are highly correlated.

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Resources Mentioned >

Resources mentioned: GRE’s Tampa Real Estate Field Trip: RealEstateFieldTrip.com | Article & Video by Keith Weinhold: How “The Fed Works” In 3 Minutes | Book: Eckhart Tolle “The Power Of Now” | Affordability article: Housing Wire | Mortgage Loans: RidgeLendingGroup.com | Turnkey Real Estate: NoradaRealEstate.com | QRP: TotalControlFinancial.com | JWB New Construction Turnkey: NewConstructionTurnkey.com | Best Financial Education: GetRichEducation.com | Find Properties: GREturnkey.com

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