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How the carpenter became a millionaire

My name is Aron Wilder. I am a multi-millionaire in the making. This blog will be a journal to my journey. It will serve as a real life account of my experience with Live Out Loud. Like many of you, I want a better life for myself and those close to me.

I am a carpenter, born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. I decided early in life that I wanted to be successful financially in hopes that I would be able to provide a comfortable and enjoyable life for myself and the family that I was sure to have someday.

I have a fiance and two children that I would like to spend more time with. They are the most important part of my life. All of my decisions are made with their best interest at heart. I would like to be able to teach my children how to gain and maintain financial independence from a young age. I hope that money will be one aspect of their lives that they will not have to worry about and that they will be able to focus on living life instead of working for a paycheck.

With time I realized that I would very much like to be able to give back to my community as well. I grew up admiring the people around me that were developing our area and see some of them giving back now that they are reaching the end of their working careers. I look forward to making my own contributions. I see the potential that Fairbanks and Alaska have and want to help make them both an even better place to live.

My goal is to have a net worth of $1,000,000 in five years. My plan is to create a personal financial plan that will help me focus and serve as a guide on my path to financial independence.

I would very much appreciate hearing any thoughts you might have. Thank you.

Aron Wilder

The 3 Critical First Steps to Launching a Business

There’s a right way to launch a business, and a wrong way.

And the route you take can ultimately make or break your company down the road.
Whatever the size of your business, getting it started is a process. But don’t let that hold you back or delay you from getting it off the ground. Set up the business as soon as you can, and build your processes along the way.
So what do you do first?
There are 3 steps to launching a successful business that every new business owner should follow, in order to excel during the start-up phase.
1. Do Your Research
Before starting a business, you need to spend time doing a lot of research.
Research your industry, your competitors, similar/existing products, ways to build your presence, etc. Understanding that the key to business growth can stem from the quality you provide, it is at the highest importance to do your research when deciding which paths, products, or risks you’ll need to take.
The internet has a wealth of information—USE IT!
2. Develop a Revenue Model
No matter what type of business you’ve decided to start, the key component to your company’s business model should be a top priority when it comes to your business’s start-up stage. If you do not have a revenue model, your company will fail.
Doing your research when building this type of framework will help define your target audience, establish and fund marketing plans, and institute a line of credit. You have to be extremely clever with your financial and entity strategy. You need to get incorporated, as soon as possible; but you need to set up the right entity for your business and what is going to save you the most taxes. We highly recommend a free Gap Analysis strategy session with an expert from our team. This conversation will help you see any loopholes or gaps in your strategy that either is or could be holding you back, as well as help you develop a roadmap to generate the most success possible.
3. Join a Community
While we like to think that the problems we’re going through with our business are unique, they’re not.
Other entrepreneurs are going through the same problems, usually at the same moments. Creating or joining a community with other entrepreneurs and wealth-builders is a way for people to come together and create magic while giving feedback or providing answers to others in need.
These communities can include people who range from someone who just sold their business for a few hundred million dollars to an inventor trying to gain traction in a focused niche to an entrepreneur just getting their first business off the ground. This is the fast, modern way people connect and get right to the meat of their problems.
Being adjustable and flexible to new ideas will help your business thrive amongst your competitors. Learn from people who have achieved success already, and are not only creating wealth, but keeping it (with smart tax and entity strategies), and growing it (with high-return investments across a diverse portfolio).

Be attentive on both positive and negative feedback, and understand that anything you’re going through, someone else is too. Surround yourself and learn from people with the same passion to build seven-figure wealth, and strive to consistently grow, make new connections, and nurture the relationships you build.

4 Steps to Investing Successfully in Real Estate

There are many ways a real estate investment can go wrong…

But if you have the right strategy, investing in real estate can make you millions in revenue.
So how do you ensure that a property is going to be a good investment?
Here are four critical steps you should follow when investing in real estate…
1. Buy for Cash Flow
Analyze the potential cash flow of the property before capital growth expectations. How much is it going to cost, how much is it going to pay, and is it an emotional decision or a decision based on the working numbers?
How much is it going to grow by? is it going to offset that loss in money?
If it is going to make money then look at how much this property is paying, and ask if the property is crucial in achieving the financial goals desired for this particular property.
2. Look for Real Validation and Proof
Mortgage professionals promote themselves with yard signs, online ads, billboards, above the subway train’s door, and even sponsored public benches. Cutting through all of the advertising hype can be tough. Still, there are ways to size up a professional’s record—and potential.
Ask them to provide a list of what they’ve listed and sold in the past year, with contact information.
Ask what their closing rate is.
Look at how closely their listings mirror the prospective property. Are they in the same area? Is the price range similar?
Research the area beforehand. If the professional knows the property and area, then they will know important information like population growth or decline and whether the economy is growing or not. And if they’re right, then they truly do know the area.
Sometimes you can get seller financing at 6 or 7%. This is better than hard money lending at 14%. Look for a local investment group to find these lenders.
Self-directed IRAs are a smart, savvy way to invest. Just be sure to check fees before getting locked into a company.
3. Get Pre-Approved
Before looking at if a property is a good investment or not, or looking at ways it can maximize income or value of the property, it’s important to get pre-approved so that ROI numbers can really run permitted amounts.
Get pre-approved up front to know what the numbers are and to make sure you have a realistic amount of cash flow before looking at properties.
Not sure what strategy you should be taking and what numbers you should be looking at based on your current financial situation? Request a free Gap Analysis Strategy Session with our investing and wealth building experts right now and discover what your biggest gaps and obstacles are and the roadmap you should be following.
4. Know State Laws and Taxes
The lower the price of a property the lower the risk is, so look for cheaper properties with the same cash flow as their competitions.

But none of this matters without awareness of state laws and taxes. In order to maximize capital gains, know the state laws and taxes! And look for returns of no less than 8%, but really, try to shoot for 14% and up.

25 Reasons You Should Quit Your Job Today

When I was in my early 20’s and on the verge of becoming a full-fledged entrepreneur, I had a ton of people telling me I was making a mistake.

“You’re making 6 figures right now, what are you thinking?!”
“The entrepreneurial world is full of sharks, you won’t survive.”
“It’s not safe.”
Yeah, crazy me, right? I was leaving a 40-hour-a-week job to build a 168-hour-a-week mission.
I was a corporate employee at Chevron making well over 6 figures – a major achievement for pretty much any other 20-something-year-old out there.
But I wasn’t satisfied – the corporate world wasn’t for me.
I was born to be an entrepreneur – we’re all born for greater freedom and liberty than awaits us daily in the corporate world!
So, I ignored all of my doubters and have gone on to become one of the leading wealth-building voices in the world.
But it wouldn’t have happened if I didn’t identify my “why.”
My reason to grow had to become bigger than my reason to stay comfortable.
If you’re reading this and saying, “Well, this all sounds great and I’d love to quit my job to build my mission, but I can’t. I have too much to lose”, I want you to through this quick list of 25 reasons why you need to quit your job right now.
If you identify with any of them, it might be time for you to ask yourself some serious questions and venture into the entrepreneurial world yourself…
Trust me, the financial gains, stability and greater freedom will come AFTER you make the decision to make the leap.
But it must start with your will to grow…
25 REASONS YOU SHOULD QUIT YOUR JOB TODAY:
1
There’s nowhere to advance.
2
Your job isn’t letting you grow your skills.
3
You’re bored and uninspired.
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You’ve mentally checked out.
5
You keep thinking about quitting.
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You don’t fit in.
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You’re not satisfied.
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Your company is ethically challenged.
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You’re not appreciated.
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You’re not even mildly excited to go to work.
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You want something different.
12
Your boss sucks.
13
Your job is affecting your health.
14
You’re overqualified.
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To uncap your earning potential.
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To be the captain of your own life.
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To spend more time doing what you love.
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You want to spend more time with your family.
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You’re ready for a change.
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You want more freedom.
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You want more flexibility.
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You’re too creative to have a 9 to 5.
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Because life’s too short.
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Because it’s time.
25

Because you can.

What Harvard’s Goal Setting Survey Results Reveal

An often discussed 1979 Harvard survey* of a class of MBA program students asked, “Have you set clear, written goals for your future and made plans to accomplish them?”

Here’s what the study revealed then:

3% in the class had written goals and plans
13% had unwritten goals
84% had no goals at all
Goals SpeedometerTen years later 3% of individuals with written goals had a higher net worth than the other 97% combined! To be exact, the 13% with unwritten goals earned twice as much as the 84% with no goals. Even more incredible, the 3% with written goals and plans earned ten times as much as all the others put together.

It’s a fact. People who have clear, strong goals, especially written ones, are far more likely to succeed than those who don’t.
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What do you think of goal setting now?
Once you know what you want in your business, how can you make sure you achieve those goals? Let’s take this further and look at three smart ways to get closer to your goals.

Like-Minded People
Join a community (like Fast Cash Coaching or Loral’s Big Table) or organizations like Toastmasters and Business Networking International.

Seek out people who are developing the same skills as you are or aiming for the same goals. Share ideas and ambitions.

Success is impossible to achieve alone. Behind every major success story is a brilliant team of people. Bill Gates once said: “If you took away our top 25 people, Microsoft would be a mediocre company.”

Surround yourself with A-class players, whether they’re friends, colleagues, employees or business partners.

Strong Metric-Based Goals
It’s easy to fool yourself into thinking you’re making more progress than you actually are. You could be reading a lot of books, building a lot of sites or making a lot of plans and somehow feel like you’re making progress, when you’re actually not.

Having strong, metric-based goals will help keep you on track towards your goals. These metrics should be easy to measure and have a direct impact on your bottom line.

Make sure your metrics are rooted in time as well. For example, “build a great business” is a poor goal to shoot for. On the other hand, “be making $5,000 a month after tax in 12 months” is a great, concrete goal.

Learn from Those Who Have Been There, Done That
In order to reach your business goals, it’s crucial to study and learn from other people’s past successes and failures.

If you want to make money in real estate, study Donald Trump. If you want earn money investing/trading, study Warren Buffett or George Soros. And so on and so forth.

The point of learning from others is twofold: 1. to get as much knowledge from as many knowledgeable people as possible, and 2. discovering what you need to build the right team for success.

Strong business goals = success.
Surround yourself with others who also share similar ambitions, set measurable goals rooted in time and learn from and work with a qualified team.

* Note: The Harvard Study mentioned in this post is in question. Is it authentic? No one seems to know for sure but evidence seems to support that it never happened. The original source for this information was the book by Mark McCormack, “What They Don’t Teach You in the Harvard Business School.”

4 Crucial Tips for Cryptocurrency Trading

The crypto market presents limitless potential for financial gain.

But, cryptocurrency trading is very different from stock market trading. You don’t get 50X returns in the stock market in six months. Investors are already taking advantage of this emerging market to make seven figure returns.
But cryptocurrency trading is still a new platform. Even the savviest stock investors need help understanding the ins and outs of the market. By understanding its nuances, you can create million dollar opportunities with cryptocurrency.
Your first step is to jump on a free Gap Analysis strategy session with an expert from our team. This conversation will help you understand your financial foundation and build a custom investment plan catered to your goals. Next, use these tips to help you dive head first into the future of investing.
1. Ladder in the Market
Timing is everything – especially when it comes to investing. As with the stock market, it’s critical to enter the crypto market at the right time to maximize your returns.
Bitcoin prices tumbled in 2018 and investors paid the price. The problem? Investors didn’t pay attention to the warning signs. Bitcoin was in the midst of a death cross last year – which typically sparks the beginning of a bear market. A death cross is when the 50-day moving average crosses the 200-day moving average on the downside.
A better time to invest is during a golden cross – when the 50-day moving average crosses the 200-day moving average on the upside. Professional traders usually short stocks during a death cross and long stocks during a golden cross.
What’s the best time to enter the crypto market? There’s no one date. It’s difficult to predict a golden cross. Your best bet is to ladder in and slowly enter the market during the first dip after a cross.
2. Utilize Staking Rewards
With so many buzzworthy coins in the crypto market, it can be hard to bet on a winner. The good news? It’s hard to pick a loser in a bull market.
A great way to maximize your returns is to invest in a coin that offers staking rewards. Many startups offer monthly bonuses to investors for simply holding onto their coins. By investing, you get monthly rewards for simply holding onto their coins. You can then put these bonuses right back into new investments to expedite your wealth-building.
3. Hold Your Coins in Native Wallets
Always protect your assets. The best way to keep your coins safe and secure is to store them in the wallet of your native coin.
Crypto exchanges make it easy to invest, sell coins and deposit funds. However, they’re vulnerable to getting frozen and hacked – meaning you could lose all of your funds in one fell swoop.
Native wallets are much more secure. They’re decentralized and the account holder is always in control. With native wallets, you’re the only one who has the keys to your account. Whether you have hundreds or millions in crypto, you can protect your investment by placing your money where it’s safe.
4. Do Your Research
The majority of crypto traders lose money. That doesn’t mean cryptocurrency is a bad investment – you just have to be smart and do your research.
Crypto trading is still new and investors are prone to making mistakes. When Bitcoin’s price spiked in 2018, many people were quick to push their chips to the middle of the table. With basic research, however, they would have discovered that cryptocurrency was about to enter a bull market.
Avoid pitfalls and mistakes by doing extra research. Read up on the history and forecast of the market before making big financial decisions. By educating yourself on the market, you can enter and exit the market at the right times and see major financial gains.

The cryptocurrency revolution has arrived. Cryptocurrency presents huge opportunities for life-changing investments and returns. Use these tips to enter the market, protect your assets and build the wealth you’ve always dreamed of.

3 Steps to Find Your Passion and Transform Your Career

Do you ever feel like you aren’t living life and building wealth to your fullest potential?

Most of us aren’t. So how do you change it?!

It all starts with finding your true “what”. Discovering your “what” will drive you to achieve everything you have always dreamed for yourself, and live with passion and purpose. It’s how you can go from meandering through life to waking up with the fire to make millions doing what you love, and doing it.

However, you have to be extremely clever and calculated about your financial strategy, and not leave any of the gaps open that most people don’t even know they’re missing or doing wrong. We highly recommend you jump on a free Gap Analysis strategy session with an expert from our team. This conversation will help you see the gaps in your wealth building that are holding you back, and lay out a money plan so you can dive head-first into generating ultimate wealth from your passion.

Then, you can follow these steps to find clarity, live with purpose and build transformational wealth.

1. Discover Your Gift
Whether you’re starting a business or completely reinventing your life, you can be much more successful by answering one question: “What is my gift?”

Everyone has a core gift inside them, but few people actually take advantage of it. Why? They don’t take the time to understand their gift. You need to identify what your gift is and how to deliver it to the right audience.

Your first step is to self-reflect and discover your gift – whether it’s communicating, teaching, entertaining, healing, or something entirely different. Next, you have to leverage your core gift with a primary vehicle. For example, a successful healer might deliver their gift through massage therapy. The third and final piece of the puzzle is to find an audience to best serve your gift. This powerful, simple framework will give you everything you need to hit the ground running and pursue your passion.

2. Know Your What
People often hit a large amount of roadblocks on their path to multi-millions. One of the biggest roadblocks is trying to understand your “why” before your “what”. In other words, people get so caught up in finding their purpose that they aren’t taking action.

While it’s important to know your “why”, it’s even more critical to understand your “what”. That is, the things you can do today to pay your bills and hit your wealth goals. Your “what” is ingrained in you – it’s the things inside you that wire you to excel. Your “why”, on the other hand, is something that you choose. This is your motivation for success, whether it’s providing for your family or gaining financial independence.

Don’t limit yourself by delaying action. Evaluate what skills can make you money today. Once you take your first steps, you can discover your inner drive.

3. Invest in Your Passion
You might think you’re ready to jump right into your passion. The reality is, however, that you can’t fully commit to your passion until you have financial freedom.

For example, you don’t have to give up your dream because you have a day job. Instead, you can invest your time instead of spending it. Put your extra time directly back into pursuing your passion. Whether it’s getting up early or utilizing your commute time, there are always extra hours in the day to be productive.

Tip if you have a day job: Start creating an offering to get paid for your passion. The success of a business and the revenue it generates is a direct reflection of the number of offerings. The more chances you have to get people to buy, the more you’ll get paid for your “what”. Eventually, you’ll start making enough that you can cut the rope on your day job and commit fully to your passion.

Getting started on the right path is the hardest part. Take these first steps to kickstart your transformation to generating ultimate wealth doing what you love. By investing in yourself and your passion, you can start living the life you’ve always desired.

What Bob Proctor Told Me In My 20’s That Changed My Life…

When I was in my 20’s, the legendary Bob Proctor asked me to go to his house in Toronto so we could work on our “Expression of Your Power” program together.

I asked, “Why?”
He said, “Because you need to see what rich people live like.”
I’m like, “What?” I said, “I don’t need to go to your home.”
He said, “You’re flying. You’re doing it this weekend.”
I’ll never forget it.
Mind you, back then I was a know-it-all 20-something who was comfortable just skiing all the time, working her W-2 job while doing this entrepreneurship thing as a ‘side gig,’ thinking you had to work really hard to make money, and playing small ball.
I got on a plane because you just do what your mentors say.
Of course, I had every excuse why I shouldn’t or couldn’t and I needed to ski or whatever, probably like you guys have excuses.
I got on a plane, flew to Toronto, and we hung out in his house.
When I walked in to his home, my jaw literally dropped.
He had maids running around, people with dry cleaning, his personal chef brought us food, people washing clothes, people scheduling calls – people doing small tasks for him so he could focus all of his energy on growing his empire.
I thought, “Oh, my God.”
He said, “Do you realize what’s happening?”
He said, “You stay focused, compartmentalized, and absolutely intent making money to pay for all this.”
He said, “Because if you’re running around scattered doing all of these things, you are never focused enough to ever get anything done properly.”
Loral Langemeier and Bob Proctor collaborated on one of Loral’s earliest mindset training programs – Expression of Your Power.
This blew my mind. I had never seen this before.
He told me having his team do small tasks was not out of arrogance, but out of necessity. He needed these people around him so he could dedicate 100% of himself to growing.
Bob’s mission of personal development for people around the world was greater than him doing dishes himself, or cleaning his own house, or washing his car, or getting himself coffee…
Seeing this firsthand changed my life.
It made me believe in creating a similar system like this for myself – so I did. I hired a scheduler and a personal assistant shortly after that & the rest is history.
To date, I employ people all over the world in a variety of jobs. I don’t cook, I don’t clean, heck, I don’t even pay my own bills – my team does.
Again, this isn’t out of arrogance, but out of necessity. It’s necessary for me to focus my energy on growing my team and spreading my mission.
And that’s the same method I teach my community now – it’s the same level I want you to reach.
You might be afraid of creating a team or creating systems because your reason for staying in your comfort zone is greater than your reason for growing & expanding.
Your why is not strong enough for you to remove your hands from the keyboard and grow a team of people who believe in your mission.
This is why I sometimes let my clients ride in my private plane with me…
…so they can see what it takes to get to this level and understand that growing means you need to be doing a lot more leading and less actually doing.
I remember telling one of my clients, “You got to see what it’s like to never have to go through security.”
I said, “You have to get motivated to want something in life bigger than you have than have an excuse for staying comfortable.”
Yes, I’ve built systems and an amazing team to allow me to do what I want when I want, but I still work my butt off.
I work in a different way, though. I work to expand and grow instead of muddling around in everyday business activities.
I needed to get my mind out of the realm of playing small and doing what I had learned in school…and move into a place where I could truly express my power into the world & move on my mission.

You need to do the same.

 

Small Businesses Hate Groupon

A story came out on Huffington Post today that I found interesting. According to the article, 70% of small-business owners hate Groupon. This is according to a survey by iContact. Although the article didn’t go into depth about the reasons that small-business owners hate Groupon, I can tell you a couple of reasons why they might. First, Groupon is complete price based. People see a low price on a product or service and they buy it for less than half or more of what it is worth. In essence, your business is being bought and sold as a commodity. One hair cut, one plate of food, one “Item A” at a time without any differentiation other than how low you can make your price. If you work it wrong, this tactic can cost you a lot.

Advertising on Groupon gets customers in the doors, but what happens to the customers after they get there? Businesses who use Groupon think they are driving awareness, but what they are really doing is driving cattle. Now, a GOOD cattle driver, perhaps one who has been to my 3 Days to Cash Workshop, will take advantage of the situation. They won’t let the cows wander into the barn and let them go to sleep. They will make sure they get some MILK! They will capture email addresses and phone numbers. They will upsell them the moment they arrive. They will push them into a sales funnel and do everything within their power to make sure there is more profit to be made. Do most small businesses do it? NO! They look at the Groupon numbers, smile when they see how many “units” have been sold and proceed to fulfill orders for their newly commoditized business without a second thought about how to retain those customers. Groupon doesn’t sell a business beyond a one-time discount. That business must PROVE they are more than that. Is it Groupon’s job to retain those customers? No. They have done their job by driving the cattle. It’s up to THE BUSINESS to milk it.

If you put yourself on sale, you NEED to be prepared to KEEP selling! Marketing is not a light switch. You don’t just turn it on and BOOM you have business. It takes work. You might outsource that work to someone on your team, but the work must take place. Dig deeper. Do Less, Make More and become a team made millionaire. Get the nuts and bolts business advice, accountability and support you need with Fast Cash Coaching. So, if you DO decide to do a Groupon, you will know what to do with those customers once you have them.