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The Newsletter of the www.TrulyRichClub.

com AUGUST Volume 42, Number 1

Sow in Time Of Famine


One day, a man got lost walking in the desert.
The next day, he was still lost.
After two days under the scorching sun, he was very thirsty.
All of a sudden, he saw a little wooden shed.
He ran to it, thinking of only one thingwater!
When he arrived there, he saw an old, rusty water pump sticking from the ground. He
gripped the handle and began pumping like a mad man.
But nothing came out.
Disappointed, he stepped back to see how to make it work.
Looking around, he saw a jug covered with dust.
When he grabbed it, he saw a piece of paper stuck on it. The message read, Open this
jug and youll find water. Dont drink it. Pour it instead on the pump. And youll have all the
water you want.
He popped the cork.
True enough, the jug was filled with water. Lovely, thirst-quenching, water.
Now imagine youre that thirsty man.
For two whole days, you havent drunk water. Your mouth is so dry, your tongue is sticking to the roof of your
mouth. Youre literally dying of thirst. And youre now holding a jug full of water. But the message says that you should
throw it away!
For a moment, your heart is torn.
What if the message was a joke? A cruel prank? What if you poured the water on that rusty pump and nothing
happened?
But the man in our story chose to take the risk.
He closed his eyes, took a deep breath, and poured the water.
He held the handle and pumped like crazy.
A few seconds later, torrents of water gushed out. Indeed, he had more water than he could ever need!
He drank to his hearts content. He also found water containers to bring with him in his journey and filled them up
to the brim.
But before leaving the place, he filled the jug with water.
And underneath the sign attached to it, he scribbled, I tried it. Believe me, it works.

You Have a Choice:


Drink Now or Drink Forever

This is a great picture of why people are poor.


The money that you hold now, no matter how small, is like that jug of water. And you always have a choice: You
can drink now or you can drink forever. You can have money now or have money forever.
How? By investing.
A lot of people dont invest.
They spend whatever they have.

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Ive met people who earn P10T a month or 50T a month or P500T a monthand they spend everything. (Yes, Ive
met a lot of high-income poor people!) Thats why their money pump remains dry. And theyll remain poor forever. It really
doesnt matter how much people earn. What matters is how much they invest.
Investment is a crazy decision.
Its as crazy as pouring that last jug of water into the pump.
Friend, you have money now.
It may be small but you have it.
And youre standing in front of a money pump.
Actually, three money pumps:
Business: Traditional, Franchise, Networking, etc.
Property: Rental Property, Buy and Sell, etc.
Paper: Stock Market, Mutual Funds, Bonds, etc.
But today, Id like to focus on the Paper money pump.
Not everyone can start a business right away.
Not everyone can buy a property right away.
But almost everyone can invest in Paper Assets.
Friend, you have a choice.
Will you simply consume your little money?
Or will you pour it into the money pumpso that it produces more money for you?
I call this sowing in time of famine.

Dont Wait for Better Times


Before You Invest

In the Bible, Isaac sowed in time of famine.


Crazy, right?
Shouldnt you keep whatever seeds you have to eat?
But because he did that, the Bible says, that year he harvested a hundred times as much as he had sown, because
the Lord blessed him. He continued to prosper and became a very rich man.
Wow.
If you want to be rich, you need to sow in time of famine too.
When you have very little money, thats the time to invest.
Heres a promise: The seeds that you sow in time of famine will give you your greatest harvest too.
Do you want to prosper?
Heres a Bible passage that will tell you how.

Invest When Your Money Is Small

Proverbs 21:20 says, The wise man saves for the future but the foolish man spends whatever he gets.
Are you wise?
Let me tell you the story of Jack and Jill.
Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a pail of water.
Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after. And the people who saw the horrific accident, they
sang and clapped their hands, Lalalalalala (Our nursery rhymes are very strange.)
If all this time, youve always been wondering what happened to Jack and Jill after their fall, now youll know.
Jack had brain surgery and he recovered.
But he had no health insuranceand his high medical expenses made Jacks family very poor. This experience
changed his life. The emotional pain created an inner resolve in him.
Jack told himself, When I grow up, Ill never be poor!
At age 15, he started a small business.

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Every day, he sold peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to his classmates. Every month, he earned P2500, which he
invested in the stock market. His uncle advised him to buy the stocks of strong, solid, great companies. For the next 5 years,
he was faithful with his investments.
When he reached 20 years old, he volunteered in Anawim, a ministry for the poorest of the poor. He received only
a small allowance and didnt have any savings. From then on, he couldnt add to his investments anymore.

Jill Saved at Age 27

Jill had a different life story.


The fall from the hill didnt affect her too much.
No traumas. Except for a few scratches, she was okay.
She lived a happy-go-lucky life and didnt save at all.
She worked as a mountain climbing instructor. So her fall from the hill affected her after all, at least subconsciously.
She made it her lifelong goal to prevent people from falling.
But she lived like everyone elsespending her salary on stuff. Nothing was left at the end of the month.
But when she was 27 years old, Jack called up Jill and invited her again to Go to a prayer gathering called the
Feast. There, she heard a handsome preacher say that its okay to be rich if your heart is in the right place.
That experience changed her life.
At 27 years old, she began to save P2500 a month. And like Jack, she also invested it in the stock marketthe same
strong, solid, great companies that Jack invested in.
She was so faithful to her investments, she didnt stop until she reached 65 years old.

Happy Retirement

One day, when they were both 65 years old, Jack and Jill had lunch together after
the Feast.
While waiting for their dessert, Jack said, My service in Anawim is so happy and
fulfilling. But I guess at my age, I think Im ready to retire.
Jill said, Me too. At 65, its getting a bit difficult to climb mountains.
That was when Jack touched her hand said, Jill, remember that day we went up
the hill to fetch a pail of water?
Yes, Jill said. You fell down and broke your crown and I came tumbling after.
How can I forget?
Do you know why I fell?
Why?
Instead of looking at where I was going, I kept looking at you. I had a big crush
on you.
Jill blushed. You did? Jack, I had a big crush on you too!
For a few minutes, both of them couldnt stop laughing.

Jack Pops the Question

That was when Jack looked at Jill and said, Im 65 years old. I dont have much time left. He knelt on the floor,
held her hand, and asked, Jill, will you marry me?
Tears filled her eyes, and she said, Yes!
After a few hours of celebrating their old new love, they sat down to discuss their finances.
How much money did you invest? Jill asked.
Jack said, That was a long time ago. For five years, from age 15 to 20, I invested a total of P150,000.
That small? Jill looked at him with pity. She said, For 38 years, from age 27 to 65, I invested a total of P1.17M.
Wow, gushed Jack. Im marrying a rich woman.
Ill take care of you, she squeezed his hand. But I wonder how much money we have?
Lets take a look.
Both of them called up their stock broker.
Both were totally shocked

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For Those Who Like to Look at Tables

Heres what happened

Jack Jill
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Check below the total amount of money invested by Jack and Jill through the years

Total Amount Investment:


Jill: P1,170,000
Jack: P150,000

Check below the total amount of money earned by the two when they reached 65 years old

Total Retirement Money if it Grew at 20% A Year


Jill: P220 Million
Jack: P1 Billion

Jill Is A Multi-Millionaire;
Jack Is A Billionaire

If Jack grew his money at 20% a year by investing in great, solid companies through the Stock Market, hes now a
billionaire.
He did that by investing P150T some 45+ years ago.
Jill, because she invested late by 12 years, even if she invested a much bigger amount, P1.17M, has P220M only.
Are you 50 or below? You can retire with a few millions.
Are you 40 or below? You can retire with tens of millions.
Are you 30 or below? You can retire with hundreds of millions.
Are you 15 or below? You can retire with a billion.
How?
Sow in time of famine.
Dont wait for better times before you invest.
Dont wait when you have excess money.
Invest now while your money is small.
Because your greatest ally is time.

The Two Ways to Invest in the Stock Market

How do you invest in the Stock Market?


You can do so directly and indirectly
You can invest indirectly through a Mutual Fund Company.
There are many great ones around.
On average, youll earn 12 percent or more.
The key is to do this long term. That means for 10 years or more, invest every
month a small amount of money.
Or you can invest in the stock market directly.
Obviously, this is my preferred way.
And if you invest directly in the Stock Market, there are only two acceptable
ways of investing in my book: Money Cost Averaging and Strategic Averaging Method
(SAM). (Note: You wont read about SAM anywhere else. We developed this for the
TrulyRichClub.)
Actually, both ways are very good.
But we use our very own SAM because we grow our money in a quicker way.

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Do It Now

Last week, a 5-year-old little girl came up to me and showed me her prayer card. She wrote, I want to earn P1
billion.
If you showed that card to another Preacher, he would have patted the child on the head and say, Be realistic. Aim
for a lower number.
Worse, another preacher would have said, Little child, dont dream of becoming rich. Stay poor and God will be
pleased.
You know what I told her? I told her, Your dream will come true.
I dont only say that with faith.
Because today, I taught you how to express that faith through works.
Sometimes, people blame God for being poor.
Sometimes, they say that to be poor is their fate.
Some people even think God wants them to be poor to learn
humility and total dependence on Him.
Thats all rubbish.
Because God has placed abundance in your finger tips.
God has given all that you need to prosper.
If youre young, you can become a billionaire.
If youre not so young, you can still become a multi-millionaire.
Today is the day that your life can change.
Make a decision that enough is enough.
I repeat: Dont wait for better times before you invest.
The best time to invest is when your money is small.
That 5-year old girl has to invest now.
Grow your money.
Start investing.

May your dreams come true,

Bo Sanchez

P.S. One woman came up to me last week. She said, Bo, I cant thank you enough. I became a TrulyRichClub member
when I had only P50,000. It took more than a year, but I now have P1.5 million net worth. Wow. Stories like this make my
heart skip a beat. What joy to help people! I pray that you too will grow your net worth as you apply what youre learning
in the TrulyRichClub.

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