K.Raj Singh has obtained true success and abundance in his life by creating multiple streams of passive income. Known as “The Passive Income Artiste,” Raj is an inspiring example of self-made financial freedom and peace of mind. He has created a life for himself that knows no bounds and has no limits and he is eager to share his wealth of knowledge and investment mindsets with the world.
Raj wasn’t always at the pinnacle of limitless success. While still obtaining his Bachelor’s degree at NJCU, he entered Corporate America’s information technology field. Along with his day job, he was able to grow multiple successful investment businesses, and was featured in the national Cash Flow Generator TV infomercial. His success enabled him to leave the corporate world and live a different kind of life. “For over a decade now, I’ve been financially free because of my investments,” he explains. “I left corporate America and no longer need my Bachelor’s of Science degree. I’m basically walking the walk, for ten years, doing what I want to do and pursuing my passion and my purpose in life. After ten years of doing that, I want to show people how they can do the same because I feel like it’s now time for me to give back, and help other people achieve similar things.”
K.Raj Singh actively serves on the executive board of directors for Toastmasters International, non-profits, religious groups, and cultural organizations. Daily, he works on leading a balanced, harmonious lifestyle and achieving self-mastery while motivating others. Raj recently released his 1st book called “The Authorities” with co-authors Dr. John Gray (author of “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus”), Marci Shimoff (author of “Happy For No Reason”), and Raymond Aaron (NY Times Best-Seller). Raj went from collaborating with these speakers featured in the movie and book “The Secret” to become an International award winning public speaker.
Through his teachings, Raj wants to reach the masses, help others gain financial independence and live an abundant life. His advice is focused, practical and can be achieved by anyone interested in generating passive income and financial freedom. “The first thing would be to figure out their ‘why’ because I think that’s the first step,” Raj says. “If you don’t know why you want to do something, then the ‘how’ will never present itself. So, why? Why is it they want to do anything? And secondly, what are their goals? So both of those go hand in hand; their why and their goals. But most people don’t even have their goals clearly identified. And if they do, let’s say, at the beginning of the year for resolutions, how often do they look at it? Are they looking at it daily? Or several times a day? And then, the next step would be just achieving a strategy and game plan to take action on those. And the last step of that formula, I would say, is to have people hold you accountable. Such as a life coach or mastermind groups or anyone. A mentor.”
We had a chance to talk to him more about his teachings:
Unite4Good: What was it that inspired you to get into this line of work?
K.Raj Singh: Growing up in a household where money was always tight, as a kid, I became interested in finance because I wanted to make sure I would never have that type of situation again for my future family. I wanted to make sure I created wealth and left a legacy for my future family, so that’s where I started looking into how I can have my money work for me instead of me work for it. And I began investing.
U4G: With this new motivational speaking you’re doing, what services and products are you specifically going to be offering?
KRS: There are digital downloads and a membership website offering videos and content from me. I also offer one on one and group coaching over the phone or in person at seminars.
U4G: What would you say is particularly unique about what you’re going to be offering?
KRS: For over a decade now, I’ve been financially free because of my investments. I left corporate America and no longer need my Bachelor’s of Science degree. I’m basically walking the walk, for ten years, doing what I want to do and pursuing my passion and my purpose in life. After ten years of doing that, I want to show people how they can do the same because I feel like it’s now time for me to give back, and help other people achieve similar things.
U4G: What was your “ah-ha” moment where you realized you had enough money and could walk away from your job?
KRS: I was making a lot more money on the side with my investments so it was just a matter of time.
U4G: Out of the people that you’ve worked with so far, what are some of the most noteworthy transformations that you’ve seen?
KRS: I have a bunch of testimonials from people who say they’re happy they have passive income working for them now and they think differently about life because of that.
U4G: Why do you think people who are living an abundant life are more likely to want to help other people get to where they are?
KRS: We tend to see people giving back when they have money. I would bet nine times, or even ten times out of ten, they’ve always been doing. Now they’re just doing it on a larger scale.
U4G: How would you say you’re incorporating social responsibility into the work that you’re doing?
KRS: I’m doing more about giving back, that’s why I’m doing this because I want to serve more people. What I’ve learned from mentors, especially global masterminds and groups I’ve been a part of for the last few years is that the people that serve more people are the people that are more successful. A billionaire is a billionaire because they’ve probably helped billions of people. And someone that’s a millionaire has helped millions of people. And I want to strive for, actually serving billions of people.
U4G: What would you say some of your biggest successes have been?
KRS: Leaving corporate America, not having to complete a resume again or using my degree anymore for over ten years. I also published my first book last year and made six figures my first year in real estate. But my most important success is that when my family needs me or visits, I am able to be there for them without having to ask a boss for permission. That’s what really matters to me.
U4G: How do you handle work life balance?
KRS: My life coach keeps me in check. I think For twelve years now we’ve had our bi-weekly call. She makes sure every area of my life is doing okay. I’m also in several mastermind groups where I have mentors that make sure that I’m balanced and I’m also taking myself and my business to another level, but still in balance. We also spend a full day just servicing the community so it keeps me grounded.
U4G: So you use your community to keep you in balance?
KRS: I like being around people that keep us accountable to something and I don’t ever claim to know anything. I want to go outside of myself. I don’t ever want to be the smartest person in the room because then I’m in the wrong room. I always I tell people that I’m a student above everything else if they ask me what I do, or what my profession is. Because I’m always learning and growing and I’m always looking for and seeking advice. I don’t want to act like I know how to have a balanced life. I want to just always keep taking feedback from other people and mentors that are where I want to be and they can guide me in that direction. I don’t have all the answers. I seek answers. But more importantly I seek to ask the right questions.
U4G: For someone wanting to move more into creating a lifestyle like yours, what would be the first piece of advice you would give them, or the first thing they could do to get started on that path?
KRS: The first thing would be to figure out their ‘why’ because I think that’s the first step. If you don’t know why you want to do something, then the ‘how’ will never present itself. So, why? Why is it they want to do anything? And secondly, what are their goals? So both of those go hand in hand; their why and their goals. But most people don’t even have their goals clearly identified. And if they do, let’s say, at the beginning of the year for resolutions, how often do they look at it? Are they looking at it daily? Or several times a day? And then, the next step would be just achieving a strategy and game plan to take action on those. And the last step of that formula, I would say, is to have people hold you accountable. Such as a life coach or mastermind groups or anyone. A mentor.
U4G: So what’s next for you?
KRS: I’m looking to speak on major stages all around the world, where I can further my message to more people and in that way serve more people. Because the only way I figure I can serve more people is to do the public speaking thing. I can’t think of another way, or talent or skill that I have except for that. And so far, it’s been going great and I seemingly actually am talking and changing people’s lives according to the feedback, that’s what they’re telling me. So, the next step would be just to do it on a larger scale. I want to have more educational products out there so they can actually learn from me so that I can impact more people.