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The Path To Success – Episode 1 – Part 2


How many hours do you typically work in a day? When you go to work, are you the first one in the office? Or are you still fighting your alarm clock in bed? In this episode of “The Path to Success” CEO of Thrive15.com (Clay Clark) talks about the importance of going above and beyond. What if your boss (if you have one) puts a camera in your office and tells you he wants to look over you as you work. What would your reaction be? Will you be worried that he will see your true work ethic? Because, someone in the office may be coming in before everyone else and leaves when everyone has already gone home. When you over deliver in a company, you tend to get overpaid in what you do. Your boss will see the value in you and will eventually compensate you for that extra effort. Whenever you start getting paid more, what do you do to make that money work for you? Well, first Clay Clark gives you a few tips on assets vs liabilities. Assets are the things that make you money. This is most likely your job, for it brings money into your bank account. However, a liability is something that costs you money. We tend to get more liabilities when we get cash in our hands. Thus begins the rotating revolver of spending cash. Yet, business coach Clay Clark talks about what you can do different to get yourself out of that rat race. When you come up with some money, try not to spend it. Instead, take that money and invest it into an asset that will generate some kind of money for you. In result, you will make your money back and the profits will start to roll in. This is some of the concepts behind the “Cash Flow Quadrant”.

The Path To Success – Episode 1 – Part 2


How many hours do you typically work in a day? When you go to work, are you the first one in the office? Or are you still fighting your alarm clock in bed? In this episode of “The Path to Success” CEO of Thrive15.com (Clay Clark) talks about the importance of going above and beyond. What if your boss (if you have one) puts a camera in your office and tells you he wants to look over you as you work. What would your reaction be? Will you be worried that he will see your true work ethic? Because, someone in the office may be coming in before everyone else and leaves when everyone has already gone home. When you over deliver in a company, you tend to get overpaid in what you do. Your boss will see the value in you and will eventually compensate you for that extra effort. Whenever you start getting paid more, what do you do to make that money work for you? Well, first Clay Clark gives you a few tips on assets vs liabilities. Assets are the things that make you money. This is most likely your job, for it brings money into your bank account. However, a liability is something that costs you money. We tend to get more liabilities when we get cash in our hands. Thus begins the rotating revolver of spending cash. Yet, business coach Clay Clark talks about what you can do different to get yourself out of that rat race. When you come up with some money, try not to spend it. Instead, take that money and invest it into an asset that will generate some kind of money for you. In result, you will make your money back and the profits will start to roll in. This is some of the concepts behind the “Cash Flow Quadrant”.

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