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Don’t defend what is working, don’t debate what is working, double down on what is working. 

Today I ran across an old post by Wale, instructor at Todd University.  The post was in reference to his call on oil, stating that it was undervalued and that he was interested in investing in it.  I shrugged it off because in my opinion oil is a dead energy source and the world is […]

Accountability opens up doors. Victimization shuts them.

Accountability – the quality or state of being accountable; especially : an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one’s actions Whenever there is a police shooting or a violent arrest I always look at it through the lens of what I would have done different than the “victim” to avoid being a victim. For example, […]

Todd Capital Millionaire Podcast Episode 64: Come from a place of contribution. There is monetary value on your energy and effort

The number one reason why people don’t start a business, why they don’t start investing and why they don’t start working on all the things required to create wealth and change their family tree is because they say they don’t have the money to do either of the above.  They can’t afford the course, they […]

Four reasons why you shouldn’t be a GDI (gosh darn individual) wealth builder

This month and last month two of the 215 members in the investment club decided they were leaving the club to manage their money on their own.  When the first person DM’d me I didn’t think anything of it. When the second person DM’d me I decided it was time to blog. I believe that […]

Todd Capital Book Club: Three Reasons Why “The Millionaire Real Estate Investor” by Jay Papasan, Is a Must Read!!!

If you’re considering real estate investment right now or sometime in the future, I highly recommend reading The Millionaire Real Estate Investor by Jay Papasan. This book was recommended to me by a good friend and it has changed my perspective on real estate, investing, and wealth. It’s a quick read, so if you’re looking […]