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What is Your Big Why?

What is Your Big Why? We all have reasons to do what we want in life and we ask ourselves why we are doing it. In this context, we are talking about why you want to start a real estate business or take a course in business management and so forth. What ever you want in life, you must do it with all your power and determination to get the results you want in life….

This content is part of the 7 Key Mindset shifts series. You will gain access on July 12, 2020.
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Author : Charles Vincent Kaluwasha

Founder and CEO of C J Investiment. Charles Kaluwasha is a real estate entrepreneur and developer, specializing in building 2-5 unit properties in Melbourne City and Gold Coast. He currently owns 3 investment properties. He has rehabbed, Flipped and/or lease-optioned over 3 single-family residences using funds from private investors. He has secured 2 investment apartments in Melbourne and Gold Coast to be completed early 2020. A developer of C J Academy/mentorship program helping investors and homeowners with basic and advanced financial education and real estate investing strategies to create passive wealth.

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