Thursday, March 22, 2018

What can the Columbus Financial & Success Coach do for you?

The first step is when you come to see us we will do a personal analyzation of your situation and make a recommendation based on your financial needs. No cookie cutter one size fits all here. We will perform a cost reduction debt management plan that will save you money from your current experiences. What are you going to do with all additional money your saving? We will formulate debt management plan that will eliminate all your debts, over time based on your comfort level. Next, we will come with a wealth building strategist to start building saving for the short term, and an Investment strategy for your mid-range and long-term goals.

The second step is a personal development which we call the 3 pillars of success. Your life situations do not matter. There is always room for improvement. Even if are at a dead end job or underemployed, you still can be recognized for better performance on the job and will be granted a larger increase in pay. I have spent the last 7 years wonder why is the rich have more money than myself? The answer is simple some of us come naturally know this secret, where others have to learn these lessons. After studying the books of most successful authors in the area of success, motivations, and spirituality. They all say different words and come from very different backgrounds, have different methodologies. But what came out extremely clearly is we have to work on what I call the pillars of success, becoming successful in our own lives. What each of them failed to state in their teaching, If we would combine all these 3 pillars of success we can start becoming more successful in our lives faster. Take this one more step to combine it with a personalized strategy in my unique financial planning, debt management and wealth building strategist we will become an unstoppable machine.

Derek P. Bliedung
Columbus Financial & Success Coach
Reiki Master & Teacher
Reiki Kabbalah Center

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

who have passed over, Angels and Spirit Guides

enable them to perceive your spirit and receive information

Sunday, March 18, 2018

The 3 columns of success The Next Big Thing in Success Movement video

I have developed a new success system to bring the best out of you and bring you the success you may have failed to attach before. I have studied the teaching of the masters of success, motivation, and spirituality and found out the missing link that they seemed to all teach but never placed in their own action plans. I have also integrated this basic finical principle to bring you more cash flow, to pay down debt and start to bring a better future. Think of yourself as an iceberg what people can see is only a small amount. The truth is that what people don't see is your true potential. I only help you unlock and bring that potential to the surface. Where all can see the true success and the true you. If you know some that need help please send them to me. Thank you!

Columbus Financial & Success Coach
Reiki Kabbalah Center
Reiki Master & Teacher

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Symptoms of Canine Flu

A new strain of canine flu, known as H3N2, has been floating around this past flu season, with 52 cases confirmed this month in Nevada. The Animal Foundation is taking precautions to protect dogs from a highly contagious dog flu expected to hit the Las Vegas Valley. Another, older strain of canine flu that has also been infecting dogs is H3N8. This strain specifically has been present in the state since 2015.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Retired or Sick and Tired: A Career in Real Estate May be Just What the Doctor Ordered

Despite laws preventing age discrimination, many older workers feel pressured to retire or, worse, wind up the victim of “position elimination” as their Golden Years draw near. But as lifespans get longer so does the need to remain gainfully employed well past the half century mark.

The traditional workforce isn’t particularly welcoming of new employees whose age and experience demand a higher salary than their Millennial counterparts. Job postings are ripe with coded terminology and intangible benefits that attract a younger crowd. CNN Money notes that many large companies have even done away with traditional employee performance review programs, which may threaten the egos of young workers.

With the scales in their favor, the 20- to 30-somethings of the world must be on top in all industries, right? Wrong. According to the National Association of Realtors, the average licensed agent is 53-years-old. And with a median salary of more than $40,000 per year and relatively few barriers to entry, a career in real estate is the perfect alternative – and the perfect fit – for many older workers. Here’s why:

Low cost education. Obtaining the academic credentials required to become a licensed realtor is considerably less expensive than other professional positions. In California, for instance, it costs around $600 for a state-approved real estate education program. Licensing fees range from $200-$300.

No fancy office is required. Most people already have virtually everything they need to launch this new career. Emerging agents need a clean and reliable vehicle, phone, computer, and access to a fax machine.

Real estate offers schedule flexibility. Real estate is not a 40-hour-per week 9-to-5 job. There is perhaps more flexibility in this industry than any other. Agents can choose when and where they work, which allows time to enjoy personal pursuits such as golf or simply spending time with grandchildren.

Seniors likely already have an extensive knowledge of their area. Realtors need to be familiar with their hometown and seniors usually fit this bill perfectly. Someone who’s been in an area for 15 or 20 years knows which neighborhoods are best for commute times, crime rates, and access to parks and recreational amenities

New social connections keep the brain on track. Real estate is an industry reliant on people. People to buy. People to sell. And people to match them. As an agent, seniors can engage in the community while helping neighbors solve their housing conundrums. For many older Realtors, the process of putting a family in the right home and neighborhood is a huge boost to their mood, too! And, since showing homes requires lots of walking, agents get plenty of
exercise. Harvard University lists physical activity and personal connections with other people as two out of the six most important things everyone should do to enjoy a sharp mind, regardless of age.

How to get started

RedFin, a national brokerage with more than 76,000 clients to-date, offers this advice on how to launch a career in real estate:

Obtain a real estate license. Most states require pre-licensing courses that consist of between 40 and 160 hours of instruction and a real estate exam. There are different prerequisites among the states before a license may be granted, so those looking should find these out ahead of time.

Join a brokerage. All agents must have their license attached to a brokerage firm in order to practice real estate. There are thousands of firms out there, so seekers should take the time to research reputable agencies before attaching their name to a brokerage firm.
With easy entry, self-controlled income, a mature group of peers, and a flexible schedule, it’s no wonder US News calls real estate the “Ultimate Second Career for Seniors.”