Everything has gotten pricey and expensive nowadays. Individuals that work know what it’s like to spend money for necessary or leisure needs. Many times people underestimate that money can go away so quickly. “For example, your savings account might have $5,000, but if you are not careful then it will be gone quick,” says Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. According to a recent book, we are reading, “Wealth Can’t Wait” the authors David and Paul talk about different strategies that outline the necessary tools required to build weather. Their site reads “avid Osborn and Paul Morris, two of the most famous and celebrated wealth-building minds in the game today, have mastered the art and science of sustainable wealth creation through entrepreneurship, passion, and a relentless focus on growth, success, and fulfillment. In Wealth Can’t Wait, they share their decades of knowledge, debunk the myth that building wealth is often difficult, and demonstrate how you can create horizontal income streams to enjoy more financial freedom throughout your life. Osborn and Morris’ tested and proven five-part strategy outlines what is required to build wealth—from making the initial choice to dealing with setbacks—and details how to cultivate the mindset, habits, business, and momentum to secure the greatest results. The book’s valuable tips, building blocks, and lessons from the author’s’ own experiences will inspire you to start achieving your financial ambitions today.”
“Not only is this book valuable, but it’s informative. So many of us need help in our expenses, and by following some simple strategies and rules, we can do just that,” says Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. One aspect of discussing this topic we liked in the book was the matter of commitment. David and Paul write “commitment is a knowing that permeates your being such that it becomes a part of you. It is a willingness to do whatever it takes. It’s a way of weaving that knowing into your fiber so that it goes with you on each step you take every day. If you commit to something 100%, it’s virtually certain to happen—unless you change your mind or die. That’s how steadfast we can all be in our commitments as we walk around each day. That doesn’t mean that we don’t take days off, or procrastinate, or have moments of doubt, but our willingness to reignite our long-term vision and our commitment to our journey never wane.” At BC&P International, we value these words tremendously. Not only because they are correct, but it is also because to save money or be smart in anything, commitment is necessary.
Anything can be done once your mind is put to it. It’s important because people just assume they know how to do everything but in reality them not listening to other people’s advice gives them a loss. We wanted to discuss this topic because in today’s society everything is more expensive, so if we and anyone else can learn from this read/book and implement these strategies into their lives, it’ll be something worthwhile.