Why Do Entrepreneurs Frame Their First Dollar?
Immediately out of high school, I moved to the Rocky Mountains to work in the resort industry – Jasper, Banff, Lake Louise. At first, I lived in staff accommodation. It was like all the fun of university dorm life – except without the classes!
It didn’t take me long to learn, though, that if I worked hard and resisted the temptation to
I remembered hearing about how my parents had once owned a rental property, so I read all I could about the subject. Shortly after my 21st birthday, I started actively pursuing real estate investments. I looked first in Field BC, and then Golden.
While I no longer consider trailer homes to be real estate investments (because they are depreciating assets), this one was located at the base of one of Canada’s
My most impressionable memory came one spring as I spent several months traveling in California. My only source of income was a series of post-dated rent cheques for my trailer. The income exceeded the expenses by $274 per month! What a great feeling it was to provide a home for someone else and make a modest profit in the process.
I vividly imagined a day, in the not-to-distant future, when I would have multiple sources of passive income to deposit each month…
… and that, I believe, is the reason many entrepreneurs frame their first dollar or cheque or contract.
Remembering your first deal helps you see how far you’ve come, and gives you
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