Cashflow Ninja

054: Gena Lofton: How To Get Out Of The Rat Race

By Cashflow Ninja / October 10, 2016 /

My guest in this episode is the inspirational Gena Lofton. Gena is passionate about helping others achieve financial independence via buying and/or building tax-efficient streams of income (e.g. assets) during optimum market cycles.  Abandoned by her parents, homeless, and eventually growing up in foster care since the age of 2, taught her the lesson to…

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053: Siddharth Bharat: How To Create, Market and Sell Online Courses

By Cashflow Ninja / October 7, 2016 /

Siddharth Bharat is an entrepreneur, digital marketer,  and writer and currently the VP of Growth at Thinkific, a software that allows you to create and sell online courses. Previously, he was the Marketing Manager at LemonStand, an eCommerce platform for professional online stores. Sid is a master at creating, marketing and selling online courses and…

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052: M.C. Laubscher: Wisdom Wednesday: Lessons From A Notorious Bank Robber

By Cashflow Ninja / October 5, 2016 /

In this episode,  I review some of the philosophy, principles, and values of the show and also express my commitment to my mission and vision for my podcast and business. I also announce the new exciting format of our show! The Cashflow Ninja podcast will have three episode’s moving forward, two episodes will have guest…

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051: Harry Dent: The Sale of a Lifetime: How the Great Bubble Burst of 2017 Can Make You Rich

By Cashflow Ninja / October 3, 2016 /

My guest today is Harvard MBA, Fortune 100 consultant, new venture investor, noted speaker and bestselling author, Harry Dent,  the founder and senior editor at Dent Research, where he dedicates himself to identifying and studying demographic, technological, and geopolitical trends. With his track record of accurately predicting Japan’s collapse in 1989, the dot-com bubble-bust in…

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An Important Lesson From A Famous Bank Robber

By Cashflow Ninja / October 2, 2016 /

Willie Sutton was one of the most notorious bank robbers in the history of the United States. That was of course at a time when the banks were robbed from the outside; not as we have seen in the last hundred years and more recently, bankers robbing the banks from inside their own banking institutions.…

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A Ponzi Tale: Why There is No Security in Social Security

By Cashflow Ninja / October 2, 2016 /

Franklin D. Roosevelt enacted the Social Security Act in 1935 which established Social Security. Social Security is funded through payroll taxes called Federal Insurance Contributions Act tax (FICA) or Self-Employed Contributions Act Tax (SECA). On January 31st, 1940, the first social security check was issued to Ms. Ida May Fuller, a former legal secretary. She…

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050: M.C. Laubscher: Wisdom Wednesday: Building Your Wealth Capture Machine

By Cashflow Ninja / September 28, 2016 /

I cannot believe that we have published our 5oth Episode! I want to thank everyone that have supported our show and shared it with family, friends,  and  colleagues. In today’s show my childhood friend, Carl Van Rosenveldt is the guest host, hosting the show from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, interviewing me. I talk about…

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049: Jozsef Kiss: How To Work With Virtual Teams

By Cashflow Ninja / September 26, 2016 /

My guest in today’s episode is Jozsef Kiss the Founder and CEO of Somebody2Hire, a premier virtual assistant, and staffing solution for small and medium-sized enterprises. With operations based in the Philippines, they offer their clients a way to offload administrative, customer service and marketing functions so that their clients can do what they are best at,…

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048: M.C. Laubscher: Wisdom Wednesday: How to Boost Your Investment Gains

By Cashflow Ninja / September 21, 2016 /

In this episode,I discuss how to maximise and boost your investment gains using your wealth capture system. After you have built a solid financial foundation based on the Wealth Pyramid and have systematized your wealth infrastructure, sweeping 10-20% of every dollar that comes into your personal economy and contributing 10% from your sweep account into a wealth…

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047: Rod Khleif: The Psychology of Investing and Power of Multifamily Real Estate

By Cashflow Ninja / September 19, 2016 /

My guest today is Rod Khleif. Rod has personally owned more than 2,000 single family homes, and multiple apartment communities. Rod has also built several multi-million dollar businesses and has dedicated himself as a community philanthropist, forming and leading the Tiny Hands Foundation, which has benefited more than 40,000 underprivileged children. A compelling rags-to-riches-to-rags-to riches story,…

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