Is it my charming good looks?
Possibly — although something tells me that’s not it!
Actually, it’s the fact that I understand a very important truth: I, and I alone, determine how much money I make each month.
We Can’t Afford That!
Over the past six years, I have learned how to turn intangible thoughts and ideas, into money.
This ability has freed me from the most insidious form of slavery, which imprisons the hearts and minds of almost everyone in the world today…
Wanna know the basis of this “slavery?” It’s the concept of scarcity.
If you want to become truly wealthy, you MUST have the ability to generate cash flow on demand.
Having been self-employed since 2005, I have admittedly lost touch with the financial constraints placed upon those who rely on a monthly paycheck no matter how large or small that check may be.
But I always had the possibility to use my businesses to generate more cash on demand when needed, in amounts limited only by my energy and expertise.
Participating in the “self-employed” community has reminded me that the vast majority of the population lives on a fixed salary…
Which must then be divided and allocated each month based on priority.
This constraint naturally gives people a view or context of life and money that is based on scarcity.
“I make X per month, and only have Y left to invest, which means that if I want to invest more, I have to spend less on Z.”
While this may be a logical conclusion based on this set of financial constraints, it leads to thoughts and beliefs such as the dreaded, “We can’t afford that.”
This is a reality in which money is given the position of power…
Money is the arbiter of what is possible and what is not in your life.
Money decides whether you buy your dream home, or live in a crappy apartment.
Ultimately money becomes the convenient scapegoat for all of your problems in life.
Money becomes a scarce, hard-to-come by commodity that must be protected, hoarded, and pinched at every opportunity.
On the other hand, every single wealthy person I have ever met has this in common: they view money through a context of limitless abundance.
A poverty mentality says, “I can’t afford it.”
An abundance mentality says, “How can I afford it?”
To join the “ultra wealthy club,” just remember to train yourself think positively about wealth and understand that money is infinitely available.
When all is said and done, becoming rich is just a simple matter of attracting money into your life.
To Learn More:
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Watch this complimentary presentation and learn how you can create endless cash flow on demand.
About the Author:
Over five years he founded two publishing companies, producing $20,000,000 in combined revenue. Over 1,000,000 entrepreneurs from 65 different countries have subscribed to his online newsletter.
He walked away from everything in order to share the urgent message and mission of The Elevation Group.
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