ReWire 447: Make Enough Investments Into Your Investments

Posted on December 09, 2019

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Napoleon Hill once said, “He who does more than he’s paid for, will eventually be paid more.

What Mr. Hill is basically saying if you put in the work now (that’s an investment) those investments start to compound when they come back. 

The problem is with most people when they start to see those returns they take their foot off the gas and start celebrating. 

They are spending their time and return on celebrating when they should be reinvesting. 

You need to never stop investing. 

In this episode of The ReWire Podcast, Ryan Stewman talks about if you’re making enough investments into your investments. 

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