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October 26, 2016

Log of Lessons Learned

In the late 1980’s, the real estate market in the Southwestern part of the US collapsed. As many of my friends and business associates were experiencing […]
October 26, 2016

Mann Gulch

This is a great story with a terrific message for each of us. In 1949, thirteen of sixteen men died battling a relatively small blaze that […]
October 26, 2016

Earn the Right

In a recent interview with Fortune Magazine, Mark Hurd, the Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard was asked to recall the best advice he every received. Mr. […]
October 26, 2016

Core Competence

It is so easy to make money when times are good, the wind is at your back and the tide is rising. In fact, for most […]
October 26, 2016

A Solution Based Life

Everyone I know has problems. We all have things that don’t go as planned or have challenges which catch us off guard. When you stop to […]
October 26, 2016

Myth #1 — Financial Freedom

Every time I speak these days, someone in the audience wants to talk about their frustration with obtaining “Financial Freedom, Passive Income and More Time.” This […]

Keith J. Cunningham


B usiness and teaching have been in my blood for as long as I can remember. The business side got an early start … In 1961, to be exact, I started a door-to-door egg delivery business when I was eleven years old. In terms of return on investment and lessons learned, it was by far my best deal. In fact, my egg business is what laid the foundation for me to be able to pay my way through college. I graduated to other money making ideas, including the more typical childhood endeavors of a paper route, mowing yards and baby sitting. Through it all, my Dad had me keep a ledger which recorded all my sales and expenses and profits. He also insisted that I invest some of my profits.

Keith Cunningham


B usiness and teaching have been in my blood for as long as I can remember. The business side got an early start … In 1961, to be exact, I started a door-to-door egg delivery business when I was eleven years old. In terms of return on investment and lessons learned, it was by far my best deal. In fact, my egg business is what laid the foundation for me to be able to pay my way through college. I graduated to other money making ideas, including the more typical childhood endeavors of a paper route, mowing yards and baby sitting. Through it all, my Dad had me keep a ledger which recorded all my sales and expenses and profits. He also insisted that I invest some of my profits.