There's something weird that happens at that point when you don't have to worry about money, you can worry about... it's sort of like you put a breathe a sigh of relief and then you can either you can focus on the things you want to focus on.
I'm Kat I've been in Dubai for six years now, I originally came as a teacher in an American school and then I moved from being a teacher into a new field.
In the beginning I met somebody who had bought a house in Norway and then sold it a couple months later and I could not figure out why and so I'm asking more and more about why why did he buy it and then sell it a couple months later and he said for a profit, what kind of profit... and it was eighty three thousand dollars.
My salary at the time was thirty thousand, thirty-five and so that was just mind blow to know that, that sort of money he just made that in that little space and it was more than twice my salary.
I was like what am I doing with my life, I haven't gonna be stuck here forever because I had... it was like a slap in the face when I heard this number.
Fast forward I ended up finding through this track this path a book called "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and after reading it, I don't know what made me look for Cash flow in Dubai but I found the Dubai Cashflow Club so I met you... Sunil Jaiswal and I said "Hey I'm Kat I want to watch your videos", it was super awkward and I was like I'm just running out but I just wanted to say Hi.
Anyway so you sent me the videos so that I could watch them and as soon as I watched the videos I signed up for the property course and that was again another game changer and I thought I can do this.
I made my first investment in real estate in Dubai, then my capital was gone what do I do now while I wait for the returns. When we got to me I had this beautiful plan and then you said you know what I think you should do this over here you should go into property management that thing that you're doing with your own appropriate apartment why don't you just do that for other people.
So, at that point I thought that could work and then I was able to earn more income without more capital going out.
Having a mentor, having you there was somebody with experience having gone through business before was having done some of the mistakes and actually having an opinion rather than having me which I have no idea, no experience with marketing and anyway so it was nice to have that... that rock that's that post in the middle of the ocean they hang on to.
So when you take on Sunil is a mentor some of the things you might be worried about might be about which path to go on I mean the financial freedom came a year and change after the after the mentoring started.
The biggest change in myself over the past year, year and a half, has been really figuring out what I'm gonna focus on and then moving everything else in the life to get aligned with that.
So taking on Sunil as a mentor is really taking on like four different people at the same time.
Somebody who's experienced in a lots of different aspects of (I don't want to say business) but passive income earning money because Sunil has done real estate and has done online business.
I've gotten financial freedom here because the income is more than my expenses but there's something weird that happens at that point when you don't have to worry about money... You can worry about it's sort of like you put you breathe a sigh of relief and then you can either you can focus on the things you want to focus on.
So the biggest lesson that I learned from mentoring was to make a decision to just do something.