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What Are You Investing In?

by Don Current on May 21, 2010

I’m going to cheat a little on this post. I’m going to use it for both of my blogs. Honestly, it applies to both.  In case you haven’t checked out my other links before, I have a Personal Finance blog and a Personal Growth blog. This post covers both topics.

Right now my wife and I are travelling to a camp near Colorado springs. When all is said and done, this extended weekend trip will end up costing us around $3000. But I don’t view it as a “cost” actually. It’s an investment. We are heading to an intensive business retreat that is being held there. I will be meeting together with a group of fellow, like-minded, entrepreneurs there to work on our businesses together. There will also be “professors” there who will be covering various topics on how to grow our businesses. I expect to have my “investment” returned many times over the course of the next few weeks and months as I put into practice the things I learn at this event.

So what are you doing with your money? Are you just spending it, or are you investing it? What areas of your life could you use some help in? Find someone who is an expert and invest with them.

P.S. If you have a business or have thought of starting one, you can find out more about the group I am involved with at Free Agent Underground.