How does one build a wall?
Brick upon brick, right?
One doesn’t usually take out the brick two layers below to use elsewhere. Common-sense.
Why should it be any different while building a rock-solid portfolio?
Well, it’s not.
Those who feel it is will soon realise… that it’s not.
You set up an investment.
You then see it through to its logical conclusion.
You don’t let it go in between… …unless we’re talking about a life and death situation.
Apart from this one caveat, you just don’t let the investment go. You see it through… to its logical conclusion. Period.
Meanwhile, other opportunities arise.
You are tempted to get into them. That’s what opportunities are for.
Now you need to be creative.
You’re not letting one structure go for the sake of creating another.
You are going to keep the former and create the latter.
Dig into your reserves.
How were the reserves created?
They were created by former structures that were seen through to their logical conclusion. These contributed along their paths and upon their culmination.
Reserves not enough?
Borrow agains a former structure.
Don’t borrow big. Borrowed amount should not be big enough to harm the former structure, but big enough to couple with your reserves and see your new structure through.
Still not enough? Requirement for new structure not being met?
Let the new structure go.
Opportunities keep coming and going. No one’s got a copyright on opportunities.
Save up for the next one.
Brick by brick, remember. Without sacrificing the bricks below.