On With The Blog Posts
Welcome to Vault to Investment Real Estate Success Blog Posts. Over the days, months and years ahead, we will discuss the right combination of investment strategies and outcomes through the use of investment real estate to build a robust financial foundation, unlock sustainable wealth and create a living legacy for generations to come.
Challenging your thinking around the three real estate investment outcomes, building a strong financial foundation, unlocking sustainable wealth and creating a living legacy I hope will help you achieve your own choices that are solution-focused and produce win-win results. These outcomes based on real actions taken, knowledge used and process strategies implemented and outlined in our current and future blog postings. The investment real estate outcomes you create will help you develop your distinctive combination of building a more robust financial foundation, unlocking sustainable wealth and creating a living legacy.
Together we will develop an outcome blueprint for Your Vault to Investment Real Estate Success.
In her book,” Change Your Questions Change Your Life,” Marilee Adams talks about a Learner Mindset and a Judger Mindset. I certainly want you to challenge my thoughts, but make sure as Marilee states, “Your thinking is not done on automatic reactions; give this shared learning some thoughtful thinking.”
As you scroll and click through the blog postings, you should be asking yourself, are the blogs offering shared learning in the area of investment real estate?
The opportunity for you is to make sure this blog is not a passive read. There are three outcomes of this website displayed on the homepage. The blog postings built to develop a strong financial foundation; second is to unlock sustainable wealth and, lastly, create a living legacy.
I plan to rotate each blog posting on a four-cycle rotation, focusing first on Investment Real Estate, big picture than talk to a strong financial foundation, unlocking sustainable wealth and creating a living legacy.
The blog postings and website are for Boomers, Xers, and Millennials interested in adding investment real estate to their financial portfolio.
I will challenge each generation to take the time to understand each other. Why would you need to understand each other? The answer is simple you need each other to take advantage of the enormous potential of investment real estate outlined in these blogs. Stay with my blog postings, and you will see how the importance of generational interaction and how this interaction can create prosperity for those connecting.
What makes me an expert on the three generations? I am a Boomer and a father to both a Xer and a Millennial. I have spent a good part of my children’s adult lives practicing the principles discussed in the blogs postings and the website. Come with me for this journey, and I promise you and your future generations a more robust financial foundation, unlocking sustainable wealth and a living legacy long after we have left this world.
Setting the Stage
As I talk to each generation, Boomers, Xers or Millenials, I will examine that each generation as a stage in their lives. Every step of experience provides us with different opportunities. In my current stage of life, I got thinking about the chance that I now have to share my knowledge and dispense advice regarding investment real estate for the benefit of others. I believe that including investment real estate in your portfolio can be a significant contributor to your overall financial success, and the level of success has a lot to do with what stage in life you start purchasing investment real estate.
My goal with this blog is to lay out advice for:
- Millennials (those born between 1979 and 1993)
- Generation Xers (1965 to 1978)
- Baby Boomers (1946 to 1964)
You will notice that the strategies I am offering for each age stage don’t encompass every single year as a Millenial, Xer or Boomer; this is because I believe each age stage involves some personal growth: Millenials entering adulthood, Gen Xers entering parenthood, and Baby Boomers entering a time that’s focused more on living than accumulating more wealth. I feel adding financial investment pressure in each category is not always prudent. In the blog postings, I will help you identify when you as an individual or as a couple is ready.
Your family and community circumstances impact on when you:
- Purchase real investment estate
- The type of investment real estate you purchase
- Why you might buy investment real estate
- How you go about buying investment real estate
Part of my blogging journey will be to finish a book I am writing regarding my vault to investment real estate success.
A friend of mine recently had a book published. I asked her what she would have done differently in bringing her project to market. She indicated she wished she had interacted with her readers through blogging before completing her book.
I have taken her advice to heart. I ask you to engage with myself and my audience in sharing your real estate investment stories either through our Vault to Investment Real Estate Success Facebook page or on our website through our contact page.
On Vault to Investment Real Estate Success Facebook page, we have two closed groups; join the one team that you believe best fits your situation. These units set up to be a friendly place to share and learn.
Don’t hesitate to contact me through our Contact Page; there is ample room for you to respond to each post.
Are you ready to become part of the investment real estate conversation?
Let’s Get On With The Sharing and Learning,
My wish for you through my blog, podcast, and the book is as Mr. Spock says; “ Live Long and Prosper.”