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Financial Advisor: 6 Practical Ways to Build Wealth

Money is a tool that will allow you to live the life that you've always wanted. And living the life that you've always wanted means happiness and abundance for yourself and your family.

Money is a tool that will allow you to live the life that you’ve always wanted. And living the life that you’ve always wanted means happiness and abundance for yourself and your family. Therefore, money plays a very important role in anyone’s life.

But how do you actually build wealth? You build wealth slowly but surely. Here are six practical ways to build wealth for yourself and your family:

Build multiple income streams.

The first step to building wealth is to produce an income. Many people make the mistake of entering an investment opportunity without first solidifying their income. This mistake results in wasted investment opportunity because you ran out of money to pay for your investments be it a real estate investment, insurance, mutual fund, or stocks.

In today’s modern economy, almost anyone can work multiple day jobs, take numerous gigs and projects, or start a side business. The key to building wealth is to start by creating multiple income streams before you make any kinds of investment.


Be mindful of your income and expenses.

By being mindful of your income and expenses, you will be aware of what actions you need to take in order for you to build wealth for yourself and your family. Make sure that you track every single income and expense transactions you are making on a daily basis and always have an honest look at what the data is telling you.

If your income and expense data is telling you that you need to remove unnecessary expenses, do it. If it is telling you that you need to increase your income, then take the necessary actions that will help you increase your income. Always be mindful of your income and expenses and use it as a feedback mechanism to help you build wealth.

Save to invest.

Most people don’t save money. And when they do, they do it for the sake of simply saving money for rainy days instead of saving money to make it work hard for them. Sure, it is important to save for an emergency fund. However, you should not stop there. Once you are done building your emergency fund, make sure that you save money to build your investment fund.

This is a vital step that most people overlook. Don’t make the same mistake of failing to build an investment fund that will act as your financial workers working on your behalf.

Always think long-term.

Many financially “successful” “experts” and “gurus” are polluting the internet. You see a lot of this self-proclaimed successful individuals try to encourage people to join their get-rich-quick, no-hard-work schemes. If there’s truly a way to get rich that quickly without shedding a tear or sweat, and if they are truly successful as they claim online, then why is it that only 1% of the world’s population holds the majority of the wealth in this world?

You know why? Because real-world financially secure and successful people know that building wealth takes time, discipline and hard work. Take these three pillars of building wealth away and it is a recipe for disaster—a sure-fire way of failing to build wealth for yourself and your family.

Instead of aspiring to build wealth quickly and easily, think long-term and play the long game. Building wealth is a slow and boring process, but it is the surest way to come up a winner at the end of the finish line. Next time that you encounter a let-me-show-you-how-to-get-rich-quick type of people run for your life!

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Ditch the poor mentality.

Poor people accumulate liabilities. They buy the latest gadgets, the trendiest clothes, the grandest of vacations, yet they don’t truly own anything. They don’t own income-generating assets like a business, a portfolio of stocks, mutual funds, and real estate properties and they wonder why they are so poor despite their huge income and hard work.

Having a wealthy mindset means being mature and smart enough to know that emulating what the rich buys instead of emulating what the wealthy people accumulate won’t make you succeed financially.

You won’t get rich buying the toys of the wealthy. You will get rich, however, by accumulating what rich people accumulate and those are income-generating assets.

Seek advice from a competent financial advisor.

Being a financial advisor doesn’t mean a person is already successful financially. It only means an individual passed an exam that got him his license to advise people financially. Knowing everything about building wealth isn’t enough. Make sure that you seek advice only from financial advisors who are already successful financially.

When someone is offering you their financial advising services, don’t hesitate to ask if they already have their own house and their own car. Where do they invest their money? Do they have businesses that are generating income for them whether actively or passively?

Asking these questions will help you determine if a certain financial advisor knows what he is talking about by walking the talk. If a financial advisor isn’t practicing what he preaches, then he is offering his services only to gain commission.

A truly successful financial advisor guides people to financial security because he is financially secured himself. Never seek financial advice from a person who is struggling financially.

Building wealth is slow, boring, and full of hard work. But that’s the beauty of it. Embrace and apply these practical steps in building wealth and you will make the best decision yourself and your family will thank you for!


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