Hi, I am Timolin. I have taken a modest teacher salary to create a great life; an abundant life by way of strategic money control. I want to show you how to do the same so you can live like a Millionaire on your Budget. Here’s what you will get from our website, videos, workshops, and consultations:
- How to manage emotional triggers that lead to overspending
- How to be a Good Steward of YOUR Finances
- How to Live like a Millionaire on ANY Budget
- How to use the Power Money Tool to build the life of YOUR dreams
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Five Paradigm Shifts
- Introduces the fundamental revolution in your money thinking.
- Challenges you to consciously reject the common assumption that you do not have enough.
- Starts with the widespread belief in our culture, and others that money makes one happy.
- Suggests the surprising idea that feeling wealthy can be the starting place, for being wealthy. The implications of this are enormous and shocking.
- Asks you to give up the conviction that repeating your hard work over and over yields success.
Timolin R. Langin has become a millionaire on a teacher’s salary. A veteran teacher, author, real estate investor, and world traveler, Timolin has built an impressive financial portfolio that includes eight properties in Los Angeles, one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country.
In an effort to help, I am going to share an alternative way of looking at some interesting, perhaps, even unsound financial advice being disseminated from well-established people in the world of business, government and personal finance.
Here are 6 practices I am using to maintain my home primarily on a teacher’s salary in light of COVID-19 and I believe they will help working people like us worldwide.
Difficult times, often force us to evaluate what financial success is and looks like –particularly when they are not of our making i.e. catastrophes, occurrences beyond our control, COVID-19. The amount of income needed for financial peace varies per family, per person and per lifestyle. However, for working people at all financial levels, challenging times like these encourage us to assess and reassess what is important.