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If you want something different

The idea of being successful intrigues you.....but something is stopping you
you haven’t gotten there because of a couple possible reasons: One, you don't believe you’re not sure you can do it… Two, you aren't willing to change some stuff. You’re stuck at your dead-end job that you hate and don't have enough time… Or three, you don't invest in yourself. You hate the idea of paying out money — only to find it won't work for you. If you know you want to get out of your current situation and finally become successful,you gotta be willing to do something different.
If you want something different you have to do something different!
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I don't quite know how to tell you this...

A friend of mine was recently faced with this scenario. And it's one that I hope you don't ever experience! Her boss told her I have to meet with you... She told me that the rest was a bit of a blur, but her boss said... "I don't quite know how to tell you this, but we're going to have to let you go." The reasoning she can't quite recall, but the company was struggling. It was all a bit of a blur, because as you can imagine her mind was racing... How am I going to pay the rent? How am I going to pay car payment?
How am I going to pay for daycare? Her mind was racing... now without notice, she was about a month away from losing everything. No savings, no investments, no other income streams. She was dependent on her salary for everything. Now... Here's the thing. While I was trying to be empathetic, this was and interesting one for me, because a few YEARS ago she was in the same position. She had been let go unexpectedly...I explained th…

The rich get richer and the poor get poorer eh?

The rich get richer and the poor get poorer eh?
Or is it the rich think different and play by a different set of rules?
Do the rich take responsibility and action?
Rich people believe 'I create my life.' Poor people believe 'Life happens to me.' Rich people are committed to be rich. Poor people WANT to be rich. Rich people think big. Poor people think small. Rich people focus on opportunities. Poor people focus on obstacles. Rich people are willing to promote themselves and their value. Poor people think negatively about selling and promotion.
Rich people are open to new ideas
Poor people are closed to new ideas..
Do You think rich or poor?

“I would love to build a business but I don’t have the time”

It’s crazy to me when people say “I would love to build a business but I don’t have the time”
we both know it’s an excuse...

and if you don’t own your time...

that should be the exact reason why you build..
to buy your time back!
What you don’t have time for is trading your 40-50 hours a week for a paycheck that isn’t giving you the life you want doing shit you hate!

Hop in the drivers seat!

Stop playing Russian Roulette with your financial future.
I'm sure you can finish this sentence "Don't put all your eggs________
in one basket!...
of course you have...
and look...
you have all your eggs in one basket...
and you aren't even holding the basket!
If you have one source of income and you don't control it you're setting yourself up to be leveraged in the worst kinda way!
Stop grinding for little money, when you could work less for massive money. The answer's simple: Instead of riding along, drive. Instead of following, lead. Instead of consuming, create. Instead of building their brand, build yours.
Hop in the drivers seat of your future!

Never take advice from a quitter

Never take advice from a quitter . There may be people you love and respect because of familiarity, the role they have played in your life , or perceived accomplishment. . This doesn’t mean you should take advice from them in EVERY area of your life. . Especially if they have failed in the venture you are pursuing. . Be careful who you listen to.
It could be costly.

You don't need a second job...

Follow the logic here. When most people need more money, they go get a second job. Your primary income is a job. It’s not bringing you enough income, so you look to supplement it with another one. Usually the second job is some kinda retail or unusual shift and pays less than the first one. If you think about it, it is actually more of the same. You're getting more of something that isn't meeting your needs anyway. After you work your fulltime there are only a few hours left for you to create more income. We only have 24 hours in a day, so your time is somewhat limited. You’re typically tired from the fulltime so you can only work the part time a few days a week...if they let you. Then after you take the taxes out, additional costs incurred by working and extra job (dinners out, different apparel, baby sitters) what did you REALLY bring home per hour after working and all the commuting and errands that come with it?

Does that make sense? I&…