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Sunday, March 13, 2016

I didn't have anything planned for the day. So, I decided to surprise some hard working people at Dividend Machines' workshop with my first public appearance in 2016.

For sure, I am glad to hear that there are many more people who are now interested in learning about investing for income for a financially more secure future. 

Consistently investing for income improved my financial health steadily over the years and I am sure it will do the same for others.

I have received quite a few messages and emails from readers who are impressed by what I have achieved but I have to remind them that it didn't happen in a short period of time. 


The first Dividend Machines workshop of 2016.

Improving our financial health by investing for income is a slow and steady process. I know some readers who have been following my blog for a long time would agree with me.

So, to reap bigger benefits from income investing, we have to be patient. If we are not the patient type, then, investing for income might not be for us or it might not work as well for us (because of our expectations).

Don't laugh but I know people who want to grow their money 10x in a year, for example. Don't ask me how but it is possibly doable for some. I am more of a plodder and have been following a well trodden path.

If you have some time to spare, read this: 

The "secret" to AK's success as an investor.

I am rather happy to have more companions as I walk down this well trodden path.

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