You’re going to be sold on how you can get rich. Don’t you want to be rich?
Oh, you wanted me to attempt to trick you, tell you things you want to hear, get your heart rate pumping, excite your emotions then sell you a product or service that will probably work if worked it.
This could be a get rich quick opportunity, but first you have to define what “quick” is for you. If quick is within the next 1 to 3 years you could truly begin to change your financial position then yes, this may be a get rich quick opportunity. If by quick you mean in the next 1 to 90 days then no, this isn’t a get rich quick opportunity.
In order for you to get rich you’ll need to set a specific dollar amount you’re going to earn and when you’re going to earn it. You’ll need to cement the amount and date you’re going to earn in your heart, mind and soul. This may not be overstated! You must write down your amount and date. Then you must say it over and over again. Only focusing on what you can do, never on what you can’t.
Even if you don’t have a specific way to get to your goal a way will be made for you when you follow the information above. You must trust yourself, the system and the will of the Creator to make it so. You are a Creator and will create what you will; follow the steps, follow the system.
Acknowledge your loyalty to the Creator by getting out of debt, as it’s unwise to serve two masters at the same time.
If you’re paying more to creditors (credit card companies…) than you are to paying yourself, philanthropy, charity and/or tithing you’re paying too much to your creditors in many instances.
If you must have a credit card to start your business, get cash back or other potentially savvy money moves, remember to pay off your credit card every month, so you’re not paying high interest rates.
People will tend to tithe 10%, save 10% and/or give 10% to charity/philanthropic activities, but pay 15% – 23% in credit card interest, which makes little sense or cents in many instances.
Here’s how to make the transition.
1-Determine this is what you’re going to do and stick to it.
2-Reduce your consumer spending at once.
3-Begin reading as much info as possible about wealth creation.
4-Begin reading as much info as possible on personal development.
5-Start saving as much money on a REGULAR basis.
6-Create additional revenue sources.
The information provided above should have been taught to you in grade/elementary, jr. high, high school and then cemented in your brain in college, but since it wasn’t you’re getting the lesson here and now.
Yes, I’m available to speak and consult on related matters with a particular interest in personal development and book publishing.
DISCLAIMER: This isn’t legal or tax advice, you’ll need to consult with an attorney and/or tax professional for that level of information.