What am I talking about?
The goal I set you earlier in the week. To transform yourself from being a crap-magnet to…a money-magnet.
A quick recap:
– Stop playing the blame-game (only broke people play this game).
– Stop justifying (only the poor do this).
– Stop complaining (nothing good happens to whingers).
Why am I so adamant that this is important?
You see, you've got a choice. You can be a “victim” and continue in the dis-empowering behaviors of above, or you can start moving toward truly mastering your emotions, actions and wealth.
Let me ask you a question. Are you totally committed to making money?
Lots of folk want to be rich, however at the first sign of a small challenge of obstacle, they give up.
Until you're committed, truly committed, nothing's going to happen – period.
Is getting rich easy?
For me personally, right now, yes. But when I made the commitment, it was damn hard. That shouldn't surprise anybody.
When you want to make a massive change to your results, you have to take some massive action.
Are you willing to work 16 hours a day? (The rich are).
Are you willing to work 7 days a week and give up your weekends every now and then? (The rich are).
Are you willing to sacrifice seeing your family, your friends or giving up some hobbies? (The rich are).
Are you willing to risk all your time, energy and start-up capital with no guaranteed returns? (Therich are).
I think every self-made successful and wealthy person that ever lived followed a similar path.
Lots of hard work initially.
…But then something magical happens. With experience and confidence, and an extra dollar or two, everything becomes easier.
It reminds me of a favourite passage by explorer, W.H. Murray, who wrote the following during one of his first Himalayan expeditions…
“Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to drawer back, always ineffectiveness.”
“Concerning all acts of initiative and creation, there is one elementary truth: The ignorance of which, kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too.”
“A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in ones favour, all manner of unforeseen incidences, meetings and material assistance, which no many could have dreamt would have come his way.”
In other words, the universe will assist you, guide you and support you and even create miracles for you.
But first, you have to commit. Unconditionally.