Tag Archives: money

Horseman’s Wealth: Change Your Money Story

Did you know that each of us has a money story that constantly runs in the subconscious level of our mind? This money story was probably established very early in life and it won’t change unless we find it and consciously change it. If your money story is not serving you don’t think you are … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Don’t Give Up on your Dream

It was the early 1990’s when I started studying holistic medicine. I was frustrated that my conventional practices were not keeping my patients healthy. I was spending too much time treating chronic health problems and I wanted to find another way to approach my cases. I was so impressed with the information I found on … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Love What You Sell

When I was growing up my parents put a huge emphasis on learning. My mother sold World Book Encyclopedias. Whenever we had a question, even if my parents knew the answer, we always had to look it up in the encyclopedia. I believe the process of finding my own answers made me very excited about … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: 10 Steps to Building Confidence

Wealth is about more than money. It is also about relationships and personal growth. On a recent training with my network marketing partner we learned about 10 steps to building confidence. This information helps in all areas of life. Be confident before you are confident.Practice and study things you are not proficient in. This may … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: Wealth Building – Learn to manage your emotion

When it comes to wealth building, emotion is not your friend! A perfect example of this is the roller coaster ride the stock market has been on the last few weeks. One day the news is good so people buy, the next day the news is bad so people sell. Did the companies being bought … Continue Reading »

Horseman’s Wealth: What Is An Asset?

What is an asset? Sounds like a fancy accountant term. In reality, an asset is something of value which you own but smart money investors expect to not only own assets but have those assets bring in cash flow monthly. Boy, was this a lesson for me. For example, by definition my horses are assets, … Continue Reading »