My last symbol of "unattainable success" – broken.

I have yet to find someone who’s main aim of investing is to build up a large portfolio of “stuff”.

Gold, Property, Stocks… whatever, whats the REAL reason you want to invest?


It’s about getting the lifestyle you want, and making the lifestyle of choice, very important, of CHOICE, possible for you and for your family anywhere in the world.

Every year, I take December off, besides our weekly Q&A coaching calls and writing these emails to you.

I quite simply look at what happened over the last 11 months, and plan out, align my energy and set my intentions for the next year.

This is why people wonder how things happen effortlessly for me, it’s because I actually think about it.

This year, I’m actually recording my whole process and uploading it within the Gold For Life Learning Centre for students to copy, it’s that important.

I wanted to share something with you, I just hit one of my personal goals. But for that, I have to tell you the story, because I’m not showing off here, there’s a huge lesson here…

When I was 11 years old, I was sitting in the back of my Mum’s C Class Mercedes, it was beautiful, burgundy with black leather. My Dad was driving, my Mum in the passenger seat.

We’d been following the same car, for about 15 minutes, I was amazed at the sheer size of it. It was beautiful, black, with a weird “B” sign on the boot lid.

I asked my parents, “Which car is that infront, I want that”. My Dad was first to respond:

“That’s a Bentley, they are REALLY expensive”

followed, without a gap by my Mum:

“That’s way too expensive, that’s not for US”.

I sat back in that moment, and luckily, I don’t know why, I questioned, what does this mean, “not for US”, so it’s good for everyone else, just not us… Everyone else can be THAT successful to have a Bentley, but just not US?

As a little bit of a rebel, in that very moment, I sat in the back of the car and decided, I will own that car. I thought, the person driving looked at-least 65, so I said I wanted it by 50.

This was more than a car, this was a symbol of some so-called “unattainable success” that nearly got impregnated into my brain.

I want you to know that anything is possible. I’ve proved and broken through every so called “symbol” of success that was ever put in-front of me, this was the last one….

See The Picture Here On The Blog

You can do anything you want. I know this first hand. First step is not believing the people who want to put you down, or through no fault of their own, put the limitations they’ve had placed on themselves, onto you.

You define your level of success. No one else. Period.

I continue to lead this community in the direction of success with your investing & the manifestation of your dreams, and I will never let you down, because I bet, for my purpose here on on earth, you becoming a success is more important to me than your investments are to you.

I got the Bentley, last week, it was theΒ  the the last “symbol” of unattainable success left in in my consciousness. The car had me scared to buy it for over a year.

Now I’m free to lead you, lead us, lead our community further than you ever thought possible.

Let me know what you think of the car in the comments… I love it, dark royal blue with cream leather interior!

My only two personal intentions left are a great house, which I’m waiting for as the market will probably slide in the next 6 years and the cash can be used productively elsewhere and a perfect (for me) Mrs. But the speed at which things are manifesting, I believe they’re on the way. πŸ˜‰

Then my bigger “intent” for the world is to empower more and more people to take control of their investments and really just decide and live the the life they want.

Gold For Life is MORE than just about investing. Our community is powerful. We will change the world.

The journey is just beginning.

Minesh πŸ™‚

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Scott Stewart

December 8, 2012 at 5:04 pm - Reply

Depreciating liabilities….or appreciating assets?

Minesh Bhindi

December 8, 2012 at 5:09 pm - Reply

Scott Stewart – I followed my “buy trash with cash” rule on this. This is definitely a depreciating liability and should be done unless the situation allows. But the investment it’s created in my mindset, my whole shift in consciousness has been worth it, depends what game you’re playing. In the end picture, this is just a speed ticket to the amount of wealth I want to create for myself & our students, but its needed now to allow that progression πŸ™‚

Ashley Hendricks

December 8, 2012 at 5:30 pm - Reply

Pure class. Love it!


December 8, 2012 at 5:55 pm - Reply

Fantastic article & congrats

John Rutledge

December 8, 2012 at 6:36 pm - Reply



December 8, 2012 at 9:14 pm - Reply

Hey Minesh, I’ve known you since you wanted the ‘Overfinch’! But like everything you’ve decided to set your heart on……………you’ve exceeded it again!!!
Great Car, Enjoy it!

Crazzzyyyy, but True!

You can achieve the lifestyle you want… just have to want it enough!!!


December 8, 2012 at 9:15 pm - Reply

Congrats on the new wheels! Thank you for making it one of your missions in life to better the world thru bettering & empowering peoples lives. I have the same goal and am starting with myself! LOL As Abraham(-Hicks) once said to me, you can’t help others become wealthy if you are poor! I believe in leading by example. It’s the only way one should follow advise from outside yourself. I love the example you are setting and your intention feels pure of heart. Glad to be part of this community.


December 9, 2012 at 8:15 am - Reply

Love the wheels but you need a driver, so I’m your man. Just need a ticket to London ASAP.


December 9, 2012 at 10:17 pm - Reply

Very inspirational, let me know if you require a licensed chauffeur to drive you to places..

Eric D

December 10, 2012 at 2:52 pm - Reply

Many congratulations on getting your Bentley. I have had a notion (dont know why other than they look great) to get (a second hand one) but need to get investments going to justify it.
Looks like I need to get into your “Gold for Life” program in February.
Eric D

Andrew Moore

December 10, 2012 at 4:57 pm - Reply


Mukesh L Raniga

December 10, 2012 at 8:41 pm - Reply

Hello Minesh

Many congratulations on your rapid achievement – Bentley is the ultimate in cars!

A lot of praise to Ashwin and your mum. And I am sure Chaganbhai would have been very proud of you as well as Kantabhabi must be please by the results of your hard work, and more importantly your vision to achieve your goal.

Best regards to all



December 10, 2012 at 9:24 pm - Reply

Fantastic; go Minesh!

John O'Hara

December 11, 2012 at 9:22 am - Reply

Hi Minesh, I have a vision board on my office wall. It’s changed many times over the years as I add things to it and take things away.

I actually like to call it my ‘Goal Getting Board’ – one of the things on it is a sky blue Bentley Continental GT with plush light grey leather interior. It’s my ultimate dream car, the epitome of success in my humble opinion. I told myself that I want this car by the time I’m 50 – I’ve got 2 years left to achieve it and I have no doubt at all in my mind that I will be driving that fabulous car by the time I reach my 50th birthday (March 17th) St. Patrick’s Day 2015.

Ever since I was 18 years old I realized the importance of setting goals for myself. They give me a sense of purpose, something to work towards at the start of every day and a tremendous sense of achievement when I reach them and even sometimes exceed them. Everyone should have a ‘Vision Board’ or ‘Goal Getting Board’ otherwise how do you know where you’re going in life?

Keep up the great work Minesh and congratulations on achieving one of your lifelong dreams!

You can’t beat a Bentley – it’s the ultimate in luxury and style!

Take Care

John O’Hara

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