Tuesday, January 15, 2013

8 Steps To The Life You've Always Wanted

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January 15th., 2013
Volume 13, Issue 9

Dear Friends and Partners,

Nice to see you again! Hope the holidays were good and that Santa visited you and your loved ones over the break. But what about you; Have you stepped into your groove for this New Year or are things pretty much the same as the last one? I see a year full of opportunity despite the anxiety and uncertainty others would have you believe. There never is a 'safe time, a right time or even a 'perfect time' other than the ones we create or work towards changing.  Maybe its time to set the tone...

Dr. Demartini has put together 'The 8 Steps To The Life You've Always Wanted'. You can go to Dr. Demartini's page here and read more of his insights too. BTW - He'll be in Toronto and Calgary this March/April.

The 8 Steps To The Life You've Always Wanted

1. Every day sit for a moment in silent meditation and concentrate on exactly what you would love to create in your life. Imagine every detail you can and then even more. Imagine your life exactly the way you would love it to be. Let your imagination be real enough to have it come true, yet ideal enough to inspire and stretch you.

2. Write as many details as you can imagine down and begin a dream or goal plan. Writing these down helps make dreams come true. Remember the details.

3. Every day take at least one if not three or even seven action steps to make this goal come true. What you move toward move towards you.

4. Keep records of every synchronous and goal aligning event that occurs, they surround your life. Write all the events that come true each day that demonstrates that you are moving in the direction of your goals.

5. Keep refining your goals, so as to become clearer and clearer each day on your outcomes.

6. As they begin to become real be sure to add new ones all revolving around your chief aim or purpose in life.

7. Be thankful for every supportive and challenging event that helps provide you feedback and fulfillment.

8. Remember the art of creation is set goals aligned to your values* then hold the image through time - the only way to hold the image through time is to keep it in motion and the only way to keep it in motion is to focus on the ever finer details.
Read, Reflect and Do - make everyday count!


North Central Edmonton: 6-Suite Cashflow Property in Kilarney

Turbo charge your portfolio. Upgraded 1969 built 1 and a half story 6 unit property with separate entrance to lower suites. Most units upper units have been renovated. You'll find spacious 3 X 2bd upstairs and bright 3 X 1bd units downstairs. Renovations at time of purchase include new roof, 2 HWT and furnaces. The 3 lower units are each 700 sqft 1 bedroom suites. Features down include some new tiles and flooring. There is common laundry down. The yard is large and partially fenced. Additional upgrades after purchase will include new windows and exterior/upper suite modernization. 5 minutes to Yellowhead, 15 to Fort Saskatchewan, 10 minutes to downtown and NAIT. Fast access to the Wayne Gretzky Drive and on bus routes.

Comes complete with great tenants making this a totally turn-key property for you. Convenient North central area with easy access to transit and downtown. Kilarney is a mature and desirable family neighbourhood that will benefit from the downtown airport ripple effect. Highly rentable area; solid value and stable rents. HUGE upside potential due to the great purchase price, strong economic fundamentals and the proximity of this home in relation to Edmonton's improving North East. 

Produces $415.11 positive cash flow per month using an investor's mortgage plan - taking advantage of current low rates.

Purchase price: $595K Total Investment: $138,918K. Your Estimated 5 Year Profit $75,410.23K. Your pre-tax Total ROI is 54% or 11% per year

These 6 suites rent for top dollar and have everything arranged, including financing structure and incredible tenants. Your investment includes: impeccable tenant selection, financial analysis, professional inspection, insurance, financing set-up, legal fees, basic accounting, reserve fund, CMA, bi-annual statements, strategic market planning to ensure successful entry and exit, plus much more!


Lamphier: Alberta Leads The Pack in 2013 Forecasts

By Gary Lamphier, Edmonton Journal, January 2nd 2013

EDMONTON - Headaches? Sure. Alberta’s energy-fuelled economy has plenty of them.
Take your pick: From hefty oil price discounts to pipeline bottlenecks and growing labour shortages, there’s a lot to worry about.

The global threats to growth are even more troubling, including Europe’s stubborn debt crisis and the political jockeying in Washington, D.C., over the fiscal cliff and federal debt ceiling.

But despite the likelihood of more stormy seas ahead, most economists believe Alberta’s ship will continue to sail at a rapid clip in 2013, leading the nation in economic growth this year and beyond. GRAB THIS STORY

Edmonton Housing Market Strong: Realtors

By Ryan Tumilty, Metro Edmonton, January 9th 2013

Edmonton’s realtors see a bright future for the city’s housing market this year with strong and steady growth in Edmonton.
The Realtor’s Association of Edmonton made the announcement Wednesday saying they believe the market will grow by three percent, while housing prices will climb two per cent and condominium prices one per cent.

“We think this year very much mirrors the past couple of years with sustained growth, nothing outrageous, just very balanced,” said Darrel Cook, president of the association at the groups annual housing forecast seminar. 

John Rose, the city’s chief economist, shared the rosy outlook, but warned there were some challenges ahead.

One of the areas Rose highlighted was the shortage of labour, which he cautioned could make it difficult for some business.  FOLLOW THIS ARTICLE


Canada's Pipeline Hits Slippery Patch
Opposition from environmental groups threatens plans to expand to new oil markets in Asia

By Paul Vieria, The Wall Street Journal, January 9th 2013

OTTAWA—Canadian Prime Minister Stephan Harper's government promised to push new oil pipelines to the Pacific—a gateway to thirsty Asian markets—after Washington early last year rejected a pipeline expansion to boost Canadian exports to the U.S.

But the pillar of that plan—a 730-mile line called the Northern Gateway that would carry crude from landlocked Alberta to the Pacific port of Kitimat—is mired in political and public opposition, focused in the province of British Columbia.  That is threatening Mr. Harper's efforts to open new markets for Canada's crude. British Columbia has historically been a hotbed of the environmental movement in Canada.  READ MORE HERE


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"Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbours, and let each new year find you a better man. "
  -Benjamin Franklin

Warm Regards,

Todd and Danielle Millar

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