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Repurpose Me
Do you take life too seriously even though you know it is so temporary? Do you wonder how you will ever be able to say goodbye to the office? Do you find yourself postponing the things that you really want to do? Do you ever wish you could enjoy your work a little more? Or where to find purpose, happiness or just contentment?

After a successful 35-year-long career in hotel management, Rahul Rai repurposed at 55. His very popular first two books co-authored with Alika Rai Buy and Hold for all that Gold and Buy and Hold, simple steps to real estate investment have helped a number of people set themselves up for financial freedom.

After a near-death health experience and living through the horror of the Christchurch earthquakes, Rahul started to look at the bigger purpose of all we do — and about how to help people live the lives that make them happier, a little more content, and leave a legacy to the world. In this his third publication, he explores these themes and helps outline the mindset to repurpose.

Whether you’re twenty and just starting out or sixty and looking to restart, there’s something in here for you.


Buy and Hold for all that Gold: Simple Steps to Real Estate Millions
From one property 15 years ago to multiple properties in four countries, authors Rahul Rai and Alika Rai have achieved financial security while continuing to go about their everyday lives.

It is high time for readers to break their fears of dreaming big and heed what this couple has to say regarding property investment in Buy and Hold for all that Gold.

This book follows the story of how the couple got into buying properties quite by accident. It has not always been plain sailing with challenging tenants, peaks and troughs in the market, and even a rather large earthquake.

When it comes to this business, they have been there and done it all — renovated houses themselves, got trades people in, used property managers, had friends manage their properties, bought in small towns, bought in large cities — they know exactly what they would do again and what they would not.