Investing in Yourself

Investing in Yourself

In my blog “Getting Started Wealth-Building” ,step number one was “Learn to Invest in Yourself.” We get paid for value, not for time. And we become more valuable by investing in ourselves. In the early 1980’s, a simple phrase I heard Jim Rohn say was: “To have an above average income – you must become an above average person. Invest more in yourself than you do on your job and you will perform much better on your job.” Below are the key steps to take in investing in yourself.

  1. Learning 
    • Read something positive, inspirational 30 minutes everyday.
    • Read 2 books a week – 1000 books in ten years. 1000 books will change your life.
    • Listen to Instructional and Motivational Audio programs
    • Find a Mentor
  2. Leaning
    • Find the right people with whom to associate with. Remember this: “YOU ARE DAILY BECOMING THE AVERAGE OF THE 5 PEOPLE YOU ARE THE MOST CLOSELY ASSOCIATED WITH.”
  3. Listening
    • A poor person should take a rich person out to dinner and pay for the meal. Buy a six course meal and keep them talking.
    • We have two ears and one mouth so we need to listen twice as much as we talk.
  4. Looking
    • Look with sight AND insight.

We will be publishing a new post every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Join me tomorrow as we look at more tips for investing in real estate.

Billy Epperhart
Billy Epperhart
  • Freda brodbeck
    Posted at 07:32h, 25 May Reply

    Good stuff. We need to invest in more than just a bottom line. I use a guided imagery to get students to see the life they want to live rather than just the business they want to create.

    Be blessed

    • Billy Epperhart
      Posted at 09:37h, 25 May Reply

      Good comment… I agree the entrepreneur must find what there touchstones in life are… And go after them.

  • Mike & Bobbie Lee
    Posted at 22:52h, 25 May Reply

    While a student at Charis Bible College, my husband and I were so richly blessed to sit under your teaching. Would love to hear more.

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