Millionaire Mindset Series: Part 2

Secure Your Millionaire Mindset: Part 2 After reading last week’s Part 1 (CLICK HERE to access it NOW), you should be on your way to clearing out the old phrases, attitudes, and mindsets that have kept you stuck. Now, you’re ready for some financial “meat” to sink your teeth into! Cultivating a millionaire mindset takes…

Millionaire Mindset Series

Secure Your Millionaire Mindset: Part 1 Check your mindset   It only takes one person to change your life. You. We all want success. Well, it’s safe to assume that everyone reading this does. Or maybe your stubborn friend kept sending you links to this blog or you saw it shared on social media, and…

The Tactical Win; How Developing This Habit Can Break down Barriers

    Tell me if this sounds familiar: You’ve been struggling lately. Struggling to believe in yourself, to catch momentum, to trust in your abilities. Maybe you’re struggling to implement what you’ve been taught, and once the hype of attending an educational function wears off, you struggle to keep the pieces from falling out of…

Are You Attractive Enough for Your Business?

Are You Attractive Enough for Your Business? “WAIT? What did he say?!” “The Lee Arnold I know isn’t shallow. Let me clean out my ears and listen again?” Okay, I’ll repeat myself…   Are you attractive enough for your business? There. I said it again. It’s true; this is my topic for today. Your attractiveness.…

Your Pressing Real Estate Questions

Ever Wonder What Others Are Wondering About REI?   I get a lot of questions, and I’d like to make it easier for you to get answers. Today, I’m fulfilling several of the questions I’ve recently received about real estate investing and private money lending. Because when you know better, you do better! 1- “I…

Free Dessert (Your Way to Wealth)

The little things in life often aren’t so little.   Same goes for business practices.   I’ve taught for over a decade on a principle I call “Free Dessert,” also known as “Free Dessert Your Way to Wealth.” And my commitment to this principle is not because I have a sweet tooth. I believe this…