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Freedom




Let's do an exercise.

Let's have a little fun with it...

Let's think outside of the box. Remove all limitations from your thinking for the next few minutes. We spend enough time inside boxes. Let's get out of 'em for the duration of this exercise. If you're uncomfortable, at least try for the sake of this exercise. It'll do you some good.

Let's assume three scenarios for this exercise.

1.Let's imagine you have all the money you'd ever need for ANYTHING you wanted to do.

2.Lets imagine you don't owe anyone ANYTHING! No credit cards, no student loans, no mortgages, no rent,no car payments, and no...well you get it.

3.Lets imagine you're fully rested. You've slept for 2 weeks straight and you can't take another minute of rest.

Remember this is an exercise. Get your creative juices flowing.

Here's the question.

What do you do differently tomorrow?

Imagine your perfect day.better yet, imagine your perfect life.

Where would you go?

What would you do?

Who would you help?

What would you drive?

What would you eat?

What would you buy?

What time would you get up?

If you're having trouble with these questions, good. I want to help you. I'm so glad you read this. If you came up with answers pretty easily, thats good too. It means you've thought about your personal freedom before.

A lot of people simply do not understand that we can live any life that we want. We can have anything that we're willing to ask and work for. A lot of people have been brainwashed into thinking certain things are for certain people. Our God is no respecter of persons. If one can have it, another most certainly can.

That's right. YOU can have YOUR freedom. YOU can spend more time doing what you want to do opposed to doing what you have to do. You can..if you're willing to pay your price.

Let's get to work...



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