Cashflow comes from Assets, create Assets [A SIMPLE FINANCIAL ADVISE]

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The title of this post caught my eye from my numerous surfing on the I came across the title from the @flaxz timeline and the message it passes could not be stressed enough

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It's a simple message yet, most people seem not to understand the content of the message. No one makes money from debt instead, money is been generated from investments. This investment comes in various forms as they could either be in;

  • stocks
  • commodities
  • real estates
  • Crypto-currencies
  • Gold
  • Securities and bonds.

Although the concept of cash flow is looked at majorly from the business perspective alone but, it also applies to an individual too. In a simple term "Cash flow" is the movement of money either in or out.

For money to move in, you have to have spent some money out and for an individual, it's sometimes a headache on how to properly go about this. Most individuals make a lot of mistakes in investing accumulating liabilities instead of assets.

To some defenses, they have no financial education and it's telling. Why on earth should buying a car be an option when a train is available to commute you to your destination. That, plus considering the fact that the money for the car could be invested to create a second stream of income.

Most people with just one job will rather go on expensive exotic trips instead of investing that fund on themselves either by acquiring a skill, paying for intensive training, or better still investing in Crypto assets or Stocks.

In a world where no one wants to be paid 12 times in a year, creating assets that could help boost your incoming cash flow is the way. To be clear, Business assets and individual assets could be both in physical and none physical form I.e Tangible or non-Tangible.

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The business side non-tangible assets might come in form of goodwill, copyright, trademarks, patent, etc, while the personal assets are mostly skills either soft or hard, acquired knowledge and training, Characters and zeal to work.

Just before I forget, buying a car could either be an asset or a liability i.e if the car is been used to make money as against being used for a luxury purpose, then it could be considered as an asset.

In a nutshell, asset acquisitions always translate to wealth accumulation. The larger the operating and Non-Operating Asset being acquired over time will result in incoming cash flow to both individuals and organization


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Thanks a lot for the mention man, and for expanding on the subject of creating assets generating cashflow, that line is something I came up with after reading Robert Kiosaki, he never said that but it's how I viewed his teachings in a single short sentence, keep up your good work.

Those lines inspired this post. Glad you read the post also.

Thanks a lot for reminding us to invest in and to build assets that generates casflow @lebey1, and keep up your great work, it's awesome.

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