SIDEBAR
»
S
I
D
E
B
A
R
«
Top Business Of The Century
Oct 11th, 2015 by Xarah

top-business-of-the-enctury

Top Business Of The Century

Top Business Of The Century In Denver

“What is the business of the 21st Century?” Network Marketing!

Bestselling author (“Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” “Cashflow Quadrant”) and wealth-building expert Robert Kiyosaki’s latest book is called “The Business of the 21st Century.” In it, Kiyosaki makes the case that today’s MLMs are the business of the century because they create genuine wealth.

Kiyosaki points out that wealth and money are not the same thing. “Money is what you earn; wealth is what you build.” The people who understand the difference between money and wealth work to build assets, not merely earn income. A business becomes an asset when it generates income even when the owner is not working.

A network marketing business is an asset, not just a job. Assets create wealth for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

I am Xarah Dax working in Switzerland, yet because of the computer and the internet worldwide. I invite you to create your own wealth-building asset by joining my network marketing team sharing a blogging platform and internet education on the online marketplace.

Think about it: Network marketing turns something you already have (a network) into a money making asset. Here is the formula for success:

Your network + a quality product (the Kalatu blogging platform) + your time, effort, and skills + my support and training = an income-generating asset!

If you are an entrepreneur but your current venture is not generating passive income, I would invite you to learn more about my wealth-building opportunity. My phone number is +41763848774 (my cell phone number in Switzerland and my email address and social media profiles you can find here.

The information from Robert T. Kiyosaki’s new book was taken from an article he wrote for Direct Selling News entitled “Network Marketing: The Business of the 21st Century.” It appeared in the April 2010 issue.

Join my Team today!

from Xarah with Love

 

 

need-help-there-is-a-way-crowdfunding

Are you minding your own business?
Oct 21st, 2014 by Xarah

robert kiyosaki cashflow 101 financial educaiton

It’s Easy To Be Rich

Cashflow 101 – Rich Dad Poor Dad.

Financial education is important. Find a Cashflowclub in your city! The more you play this game, the richer you become!

Are you minding your own business?

Or are you making somebody else rich?

Business is one of my favorite way to create cashflow and passive income.

Take a look at my vehicle to leave the rat race. It’s awesome because it’s mobile.

Mobile means, you can take your business any where you live. You can do it even
on a laptop anywhere you are.

Check it out: wwwiSuccessFormula.com and watch the video

Subscribe to my blog for more financial education information.

I’ll see you on the other side.

from Xarah with Love

How Do I Get Financially Educated?
Oct 13th, 2014 by Xarah

financial education cashflow richdad

How do You get Financially Educated?

Certainly not in school. It’s up to you to educate yourself.

Good news though, it’s rather easy when you start playing the boardgame Cashflow in a Cashflow club.

The first time I played the Cashflow game I was the first in this club to leave the rat race and I did it fast, too.

This is how I did it:

Very fast I had the chance to buy a piece of land for 5’000.- but only had 2’000 cash. I got me a credit for 3’000.- and bought the land, it had a river on it and that’s always been my dream. I bought it even though it did not generate revenue or cashflow. I just wanted it.

My neighbor kept telling me it was a mistake. He got quiet though when someone the market card and I was able to sell it for 150’000! Some mistake, hu?

I also got deals to buy shares for 1.-. The first time I only bought for 1’000 and 10 seconds later thought i should have gotten more. But I got another deal again for 1.- and this time I bought 2’500.

The luck didn’t stop. Someone picked the card where i could sell those shares for 30.-. And again, my second batch of shares I could sell for 30.- per piece.

Then I bought a house that brought in cashflow, and bought another piece of land. And then I bought an apartmenthouse for measly 200’000 (worth 1’200’000) which generated 11’000 cashflow and I was able to leave the rat race.

And as far as I remember I did all that in the first round and some of it while being „unemployed“ in the game.

Of course I had a lot of dice luck. The last time my co-club-leader had no luck. He never had one chance to buy anything, not even buy from somebody else. It happens also in real life. No luck, but don’t you never give up. Keep your eyes open. Or go here now.

What I have learned from playing the Cashflow game

I’ve been playing this game now over 3 years now, often twice a month. And only recently really grasped the numbers and all.

Only recently I started understanding how important financial education for all of us is.

About half a year ago I met a guy at a 2-day event. On day 2 he told me he had made over a million in the network marketing industry. I was impressed. Here I am, talking to a millionaire – BUT – on day 1 I suddenly remember he had told me he had over 50’000.- debt.

Don’t know about you but for me it didn’t add up.

Of course I asked him what happened to all the money. He shrugged. Spent it all. Traveling. Divorce (that’s where most of his debt comes from he says). Obviously he didn’t invest it, save some of it, paid himself first.

I believe we who are in a business like network marketing or internet marketing, where money can come fast, quickly and a lot we simply need to educate ourselves, we need to be financially educated.

How do you get financially educated?

I can suggest the following:

  • T Harv Eker. Millionaire Mind. He suggests to create 5 or 6 jars where you divide you money in. And his crew goes on tour. If they are ever in any kind of near area of you, go. It’s worth it!
  • Robert Kiyosaki. Rich Dad Poor Dad. Cashflow Quadrant. He teaches to pay yourself first. Which means, put part of your income (job or business) away, for investing, for saving, for emergency, all in different accounts. I only recently understood „pay yourself first“.
  • Play the Cashflow game. Look at www.richdad.com or google it or  World Wide Cashflow Club Website.
  • Subscribe to my blog and learn along side with me.

My name is Xarah and I believe we all need to get financially educated. And we  need a vehicle to start building passive income, increase our cashflow.

What would you do with an extra $5000? $10’000? $30’000?

I understand that some people get scared thinking of $30’000 every month. What to do with all that money? What about taxes??

If you are financially educated you will know what to do with the money:

  • pay yourself first
  • split your income into different jars/accounts
  • invest
  • live the lifestyle you can now dream about

I’ll see you on the next page.

from Xarah with Love

PS: Subscribe to my blog here
PPS: Check out my vehicle to leave the rat race, a franchise-style digital business opportunity.
PPPS: Remember to have fun today. And to leave me a comment below.

start living your dream

Cashflow the game
May 13th, 2011 by Xarah

cashflow gameI played it. Yesterday. And i had so much fun, I’m gonna play it again.

And only because I left the rat race in the game – taking this as sign that this will happen to me in real life too – because I learned.

It’s a fun game. But also a bit challenging. Where do I put which number when I buy something?

Very fast I had the chance to buy a piece of land for 5’000.- but only had 2’000 cash. I got me a credit for 3’000.- and bought the land, it had a river on it and that’s always been my dream. I bought it even though it did not generate revenue or cashflow. I just wanted it.

My neighbor kept telling me it was a mistake. He got quiet when someone got the card and I was able to sell it for 150’000! SOme mistake, hu!

I also got deals to buy shares for 1.-. The first time I only bought for 1’000 and 10 seconds later thought i should have gotten more. But I got another deal again for 1.- and this time I bought 2’500.

The luck didn’t stop. Someone picked the card where i could sell those shares for 30.-. And again, my second batch of shares I could sell for 30.- per piece.

Then I bought a house that brought in cashflow, bought another piece of land. And then I bought an apartmenthouse for measly 200’000 (worth 1’200’000) which generated 11’000 cashflow and I was able to leave the rat race.

I was the first in the history of this club (which is not that long, still I AM THE FIRST WOOHOO) to leave the rat race. But because this has never happened before the game leader did not have the game rules with him and because the time would be up in 20 minutes anyway we stopped playing.

Though I would not have minded to watch the others spinning the wheel and counting my money LOL

It’s fun. Though I’m sure next time I’ll pick a less paying profession card, might not have that much dice luck, but hey, it’s a game and if I don’t dare risking anything in a game …

Now, I think I need to figure out how to figure out how much cashflow I have. Probably not that much yet, more like a trickle than a flow 😉 but then, with a bit of chocolate luck I’ll be creating more flow and eventually leave the rat race for good. Are you game?

xarah signature

Cashflow in Schwerzenbach
May 13th, 2011 by Xarah

Vor ein paar Wochen habe ich das Buch “Rich Dad Poor Dad” von Robert Kiyosaki in einem Büchergestell bei einem Freund gesehen. Da ich schon mehrfach davon gehört habe, habe ich es rausgenommen und irgendwo geöffnet und eine Seite gelesen.

Oh je, der redet über Immobilien, Kauf und Verkauf! Das ist etwas, das ich nicht verstehe und ich bin sicher, der Ablauf und vieles mehr ist in Europa, Schweiz, Deutschland, etc. anders als in Amerika. Ausserdem habe ich das nötige Kleingeld nicht. Ich stellte es zurück.

Aber etwas stichelte ständig in meinem Kopf und als ich wieder etwas Zeit hatte, ging ich zurück, nahm das Buch wieder raus, setzte mich auf’s Sofa und fing von vorne an.

Und entdeckte, es geht nicht nur um Immobilien. Das Vorwort schrieb die Mitschreiberin. Sie erzählt, wie es zur Zusammenarbeit kam. Sie hat einen Sohn, der eines Tages nach Hause kam und fand, in der Schule lernt er nichts für’s Leben. Er wolle keinen Job, er wolle reich werden.

Jedenfalls ging ich am Montag in meine Buchhandlung und bestellte das Buch. Am Freitag holte ich es und bis am Sonntag Nachmittag hatte ich es durch gelesen.

Es passiert selten, dass mich ein “Sachbuch” so fesselt, dass ich nicht mal merke, dass meine Station kommt. Einmal musste ich praktisch aus dem Tram raushechten.

Diesen Montag habe ich gleich wieder von vorne angefangen (das kommt noch seltener vor). Und habe auch die Website besucht, die im Buch eingetragen war. Ne Deutsche. Dort gibt es viele Clubs, auch in Österreich, nur nicht in der Schweiz.

Moment! Ich muss nur nach rechts scrollen – wie ungewöhnlich. Dort hat es vier (4!) Clubs! Und einer ist sogar in meiner Nähe! Juhuu! Und schon bald findet ein Spiel statt. Ich habe mich sofort angemeldet. Was für ein Glück! Und was für ein Timing!

cashflow-spielCashflow das Spiel

Gestern also spielte ich zum ersten Mal das Cashflow Spiel.

Ich war die einzige Frau unter 5 Männern. Später kam noch eine Frau hinzu, die den einen Mann ablöste, der offensichtlich für sie spielte bzw. würfelte. Und dann kam noch jemand.

Ich fand es lustig, aber auch etwas anstrengend. Wenn ich was kaufte, musste ich es an 2-3 Stellen eintragen. Aber ich denke, wenn man es ein paar gespielt hat, ein paar Mal eine Immobilie oder Aktien gekauft hat, dann wird es einfacher.

Ich hatte ein wenig Glück und kaufte ein Stück Land mit Fluss (schon immer mein Traum) für 5000.-, wobei mein Nachbar sagte, das sei ein Fehler, weil es keinen Cashflow einbrachte. Ich nahm dazu einen Kredit von 3000 auf. Es war ganz am Anfang vom Spiel und ich hatte noch nicht soviel Geld, obwohl ich als Managerin mehr verdiente als der Neuankömmling, der “nur” LKW Fahrer war. Der Pilot, der mehr als doppelt soviel verdiente wie ich, kaufte nicht viel oder hatte vielleicht nicht so gute Möglichkeiten.

Ich hatte das Glück noch Aktien für 1.- zu kaufen und das 2x hintereinander und später konnte ich sie für 30.- das Stück verkaufen. Mit dem Gewinn hatte ich die Chance ergriffen, ein Haus zu kaufen, das mein Nachbar zog, aber das Geld nicht hatte. Ich gabe ihm 1’000 für die Karte. Der Kauf bescherte mir ein nettes kleines zusätzliches Einkommen.

Und das “nutzlose” Grundstück, das ich für 5000.- gekauft hatte, konnte ich für 150’000 verkaufen.

Das Spiel ist ein bisschen wie Monopoli aufgebaut. Allerdings ist der “Kreislauf” rund und kürzer. In einer Runde hat 3 Zahltage. Man kommt immer wieder auf Felder, wo man einen Deal nützen kann, aber auch Schnickschnack kaufen muss. Ich kam eigentlich immer nur auf Deals. Der LKW Fahrer musste sich eine teure Sonnenbrille kaufen und dann bekam er auch noch ein Kind. Und er schlich geradezu durch die Tretmühle, er würfelte fast nur 1er und ein paar 2er.

Mein Würfelglück war etwas besser, ich hatte viele 6er, dadurch kam ich auch öfter über den Zahltag und wenn ich einen Deal bekam, nahm ich ihn auch oft. Aber nicht immer. Also die Goldmünze habe ich gekauft, die gefiel mir 😉

Aus der Tretmühle raus

Die spielen das Spiel in Schwerzenbach nun schon seit einem Jahr oder so und noch nie hat es jemand geschafft, aus der Tretmühle rauszukommen. Und ich bin die erste! JUHUU!!

Das 1. Ziel ist nämlich, dass man die Tretmühle verlassen kann. Der Cashflow muss grösser sein, als die Ausgaben. Was ich locker schaffte:

Ausgaben 2’390.-
Cashflow 13’040.- (nachdem ich noch ein Appartementhaus für 1’200’000 gekauft hatte, was mir 11’000 Cashflow einbrachte).

🙂

Weitermachen oder alles gelernt?

Ich spiele auf jeden Fall wieder. Nicht weil ich es als erste schaffte, aus der Tretmühle rauszukommen und viel Spass hatte. Sondern weil ich denke, ich werde viel lernen und nicht immer einen Beruf mit viel Lohn oder Würfelglück haben, und dann zeigt es sich. Habe ich den Mut zu kaufen?

Werde ich im richtigen Leben Immobilien kaufen und an der Börse spielen? Wahrscheinlich nicht. Aber ich erkenne ganz klar, dass Network Marketing ein gutes Werkzeug ist, um Cashflow zu erzeugen.

Einerseits hat es fast kein Risiko, falls ich die Produkte nicht verkaufen kann, kann ich sie selber essen 😉 und andererseits kann das im Prinzip jeder machen. Wenn dann mein Cashflow gross genug und regelmässig ist, und mir ein Deal über den Weg läuft, werde ich möglicherweise zuschlagen…

So, genug gequaselt. Jetzt sehe ich mal, wie ich das gelernte auf meine Buchhaltung übertragen kann, oder ob ich einen Buchhaltungskurs besuchen muss.

xarah signature

PS: Bist du aufgestellt, fröhlich, begeisterungsfähig, lernfähig, kannst du selbständig denken und arbeiten? Dann melde dich bei mir. Vielleicht habe  ich ein Angebot für dich. Und/oder komm das nächste Mal mit spielen.

PS: Zur Zeit spielen wir in Zürich-Oerlikon Cashflow.

Rich Dad Poor Dad
May 10th, 2011 by Xarah

Saw the book in the shelf of a friend two weeks ago and opened it randomly. What I read kinda scared me because real estate is not something I understand and I’m sure it’s different in my country, we are renters 😉 Investing is even worse.

I put the book away.

And picked it up again because it kept nudging me. And I started properly at the beginning and was hooked. I went to the bookstore on Monday and ordered it. Picked it up on Friday and finished reading it on Sunday. Started reading it again on Monday

What I got out of it so far:

Things like millions and billions of dollars just vanishing make suddenly sense because Robert says in his book, money is an illusion. It’s made of thin air. We can “make” money.

I also understand more about cash flow. Will real estate and investing be the real thing for me? Maybe I’ll dabble with it but first I need to create a cashflow. And in my opinion, Network Marketing is the easiest way.

Lesson 3 talks about taking care of your own business even when you have a job or especially when you have a job. Most people have not understood this yet. Their job is not secure.

I just talked to my upline with the healthy pet food (even if I don’t promote it activily anymore, I help her with her Social Media needs). She told me about a new guy in her organization. She went out with him to a potential customer who did order. He saw it works but he told her he might not continue because he got a job that pays him 6000.-.

That’s not bad but how much tax will he pay? How much will be left at the end of the month? Why does he not continue the business in his spare time? He has loads of contacts. He does not know how long he can keep the job or if the business closes. But he thinks his job is the solution, it’s secure. Network Marketing is for just “in case I don’t get the job.” We don’t get it.

And then I was thinking loud.

I spend about 100.- on cat food per month (food, goodies and litter). If I had customers worth of 2000.- I would have a cashflow of 300.- (because I’d get 400.- bonus from the company, not bad, hu?). This money I could invest in investment fonds or in advertising and increase my cash flow. Or in the chocolate. Interesting. Kinda starts my mind going, no running…

But I want to concentrate on conquering Switzerland with a product that 9 of 10 people love and 50% cannot live without. Better figure the numbers out for my chocolate LOL

Anyway. I hope I made myself clear. Probably not. Read the book 😉

Take care of your business, whether or not you have a job.

Can’t wait to play the game on Thursday. I’ll surely blog about that, too. Watch out!

xarah signature

»  Substance:WordPress   »  Style:Ahren Ahimsa