About Cindy Donaldson

Entrepreneur Whisperer. Story Teller. Marketing Consigliere. Business Builder and Launch Girl. Avid People Connector. Serial Entrepreneur.

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[ThursdayClub] Where are you?

That’s a wrap on the Insider’s version of Rich Dad Poor Dad’s cash flow quadrants – curious as to where your mind is now? Do you see the vision?  Are you considering moving away from Employee status? Entrepreneur Life Some people will argue that we all have an entrepreneurial gene built in us – it […]

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[ThursdayClub] Maneuver your Mind!

Happy Friday Insider! One of the biggest lessons I gleaned from Rich Dad Poor Dad (Amazon affiliate link)  was this: If you say:  “I can’t afford it”, then you prevent yourself from thinking about various possibilities to grow. Instead ask this question, “How can I afford it?”, this allows your brain to consider all the […]

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[Thursday Club], Show me the MONEY!

Happy Friday! We are continuing on our “Money Mindset Mission” this month on the inside.  Whether you are looking to leap from corporate America to be self employed, or trying to get from self-employed to Business Owner, or you are trying to maximize the power of your money and be an invester – you need […]

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[ThursdayClub] Entrepreneur Life – You?

Happy Friday!  This month we are diving into my version of Rich Dad Poor Dad’s cashflow concept – the difference between being employed, self-employed, a business owner, and an investor.  First, if you are happy and fulfilled in your career working for someone else – I’m not saying you are broke or will be broke!  […]

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[ThursdayClub] May wrap up and last call!

Happy Friday! I know you are already in long weekend mode – but hang with me for a second, well a couple of minutes! We are wrapping up our month of COMMITMENT – how did you do?  Here’s my wrap up Here’s where I fixed my “Overs”  I backed away from a couple of committees that weren’t serving me.  […]