No matter what life throws your way, there are a few things that will ALWAYS be in your full control: your attitude, your skill set, and your effort. While it’s important to be aware of new external opportunities and swing for the fences when they come your way, never let them distract you from investing in yourself.
Investing in yourself doesn’t only mean hitting the gym or reading the latest personal development book – it goes beyond that. It means that we should invest in our personal finances, equip ourselves with the skills to make us recession-proof, set ourselves up for long-term success, and more.
Jaspreet Singh, the Minority Mindset, is an attorney, investor, and CEO of Market Briefs. Although he didn’t receive any formal financial education – he is on a mission to make financial education fun and accessible. He’s back on the show to share his thoughts about the current economic situation and help educate people on their best course of action moving forward.
Ken Honda is the best-selling author of Happy Money, a wealth and personal development book which teaches a revolutionary approach to money. For 25 years, Ken has been teaching and mentoring people in Japan about how to understand and heal unconscious money wounds, achieve peace of mind, and learn practical, powerful ways to increase abundance.
Bob Proctor is a New York Times bestselling author, motivational speaker, success coach, and expert on the human mind. In short, he’s a master thinker. One of his bestselling books is called You Were Born Rich, which is all about finding success in your present rather than reaching for it in the future. Bob is also featured in the popular film The Secret, one of the most popular self-help films ever made.
And now let’s jump into episode 1556 of The School of Greatness!