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Life isn't ALL about money!



"Money isn't the most important thing in life, but it's reasonably close to oxygen on the 'gotta have it' scale"- Zig Ziglar

"Life isn't ALL about money!"

I can agree there!

but not in the sense that most say it....

Most of the people that say that are using it as an excuse for their lack of ambition or meager earning and/
or earning potential. 

Not to sound elitist, but that is a crock of shit...

Money is a tool that get's shit done

A tool that we ALL need

A tool that can give you options

 A tool that can get you a sound place for your family to live

A tool that can provide good food for your family to eat

A tool that can get your family a great education

A tool that can support your favorite cause, charity, or church

A tool that can take you on vacation

A tool that can...well you get it. 

Ultimately, a tool that can GET YOU WHAT YOU NEED AND WANT

News flash...You're going to need it the rest of your life, you might as well get on with getting a handle on it! After all, you don't really want money. You want the things money can get you...the things money can do for you....the freedom that comes with having control of it....the peace of mind that comes with an abundance of it....it's not the piece of paper you're after. You're after the peace! One thing is for certain, when you get the money game right you are more free to do what really matters in your life. 

That is what you want isn't it? 






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