Get Into The Wealth Stream

Contrary to popular belief, money isn’t hard to get. It’s flowing all the time. The trick is to go where the money IS instead of waiting for it to come to you.

People have some funny ideas about what an entrepreneur is.

The popular image is a Silicon Valley style venture capitalist in a fancy car and expensive suit – sort of the Christian Bale prototype from American Psycho. Granted, a lot of the more successful entrepreneurs enjoy those kinds of designer perks (minus the chain saws, of course) but that’s not what it takes to be one.

A real entrepreneur is anyone who takes an existing resource or market opportunity and increases its value over time. If you’ve done something as simple as converting bottles or cans to cash or buying a bundle of newspapers at wholesale and selling them for a profit, guess what?

You’re already a real entrepreneur.

The only meaningful difference between you and that high dollar hotshot is where the decimal point is today and where it could be tomorrow with the right mental shift. They’ve developed habits of observation and ACTION that put them in the FLOW of money more often than the average person. If you want to get more water, there are basically two ways to do it:

  1. Find a bigger stream
  2. Bring a bigger bucket


Here’s what sets professional entrepreneurs apart.

They have systems in place for recognizing where bigger streams of wealth are flowing and capturing more of it. To others, it may appear to be “luck” but it’s really just preparation and persistence. They increase their chances of being “in the right place at the right time” because they’ve trained themselves relentlessly to see opportunity where others miss it.

Take weight loss, for example.

This is something I work with every day with my partners and team members. Wikipedia defines a real estate trend as “any consistent pattern or change in the general direction of the real estate industry which, over the course of time, causes a statistically noticeable change.” These trends could be triggered by anything. It could be a change in legislation, a small shift in mortgage rates or any number of other market factors.

Professional entrepreneurs have learned that there’s no such thing “always” or “never” when it comes to any asset class or investment opportunity. There’s only the value they find and what they’re able to add to it through ideas and action. In any market, there are always pockets of underdeveloped value that are waiting to be tapped by people who know how to recognize them. That’s what it means to get into the flow of wealth – to understand where the value stream is moving up and how to tap into it.

In the end, it’s not the people with the biggest bankrolls or the fanciest degrees or the hottest connections that win the game of entrepreneurship. It’s the ones who are the most coachable – the ones who are willing to set up a system for success and stick to it no matter what. My life’s work is teaching people how to do that and I’m ready when you are. Are you ready to get into the wealth stream?


Michael Hamburger


Michael Hamburger's Real Estate Worldwide S.M.A.R.T. System

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