7 Wealth Creation Lessons From A Real Estate Multi-Millionaire

Kevin Green, self-made multimillionaire and one of the UK’s biggest residential landlords, is a wealth creation expert with extensive experience in the property investment world. He also heads a number of successful companies and other non-property-related businesses.

The 50-year-old dyslexic, who has been featured on a popular TV show in the UK, was homeless in 1984.

Kevin later managed to increase his income from £5 per hour as a farmer to £1,000 per hour as a social entrepreneur.

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productivity tips

4 Life-Changing Productivity Tips From Top Coaches


Being an entrepreneur is not easy. You need amazing focus, effort and business savvy to bring your venture to life.

Whether you are working on a day-job while trying to build your business in your free time, or you are running a growing business full-time while trying to create opportunities to enjoy life, you will need to be at the top of your game to succeed.

Here are 4 productivity tips from top business and life coaches that will help you get things done, every single day.

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set up your list

How to Set Up Your List Right The First Time (or The Second)

This blog post is the second in a three-part series laying out the steps to successfully build your list using a solid foundation on which you can build. I’m going to just jump right in assuming you’ve followed along with the steps in the previous post. So, if you didn’t you will want to checkout the first part in the series and make sure you didn’t miss anything important.

Once you’ve identified your audience and their needs, you can get down to business and make your email campaigns a reality. It’s not hard, but it does require a little more planning on your part.


Make a Strategy

The types of campaigns you’ll be running will guide your choice of technology to handle your mailing list – so make sure you’ve thought through what you need to do over the next six months to one year, at least. What are the goals you actually hope to achieve, and how do you make those a reality? Some of the campaign types to think about include:

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delegate the unessential

Delegate The Unessential Now Or Die (4 Steps)

I sometimes realize that I have been doing a menial task for weeks, before having wondered if there could be a way to liberate myself of it, although this is far less likely to happen since I developed a new habit.

It took me weeks to reach a point where I can detect a task that has to be done, and start defining it directly to be completed by other people.

That’s why I want to show you what helps me see the bigger picture, detect the unessential, and free myself of more time-consuming tasks every week.

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best tips for work

3 Best Motivational Tips For Work


Working as a small business owner or freelancer certainly comes with perks. You’re the boss, you write your own story, and success in these arenas is a uniquely personal experience. When business is booming or you achieve something important as a small business owner, there are few better feelings in the world. What happens, though, when business hits a rough patch, or growth is coming slower than you’d like? What about when you’re simply having a rough day on the job, and find yourself in need of a boost?

The ability to find motivation for work as a freelancer or small business owner is one of the hidden keys to success.

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