Is it legal?
It’s one thing to desire to make a lot of money; it’s another when it actually happens.
For each of us the number will be different, and there is a number when you finally begin to ask different questions of your money.
For some it’s when the check to the IRS is too big. For others it’s when they realize all their needs and wants are satisfied and there is still money left over. For others it’s when they truly realize they can make a big difference in the world by learning to use money in a different way.
Most of us are creatures of habit when it comes to managing our money. It takes a conscious effort to be willing to learn a new way of managing money so that you keep more of it in your pocket and it actually works for you instead of you working for it.
For most this is a paradigm shift, for the wealthy it’s what they learn from the beginning.
What would you do differently if you could actually spend the same dollar multiple times?
Are you wondering if that’s possible? I know for a fact that it is.
When we begin new conversations with clients the responses vary. One that always makes me smile is the question “Is it legal?”.
This is simply a matter of education and I encourage you to begin learn new ways of managing money now, even if you’re not ready to take new actions it’s never too early to begin to learn.
I look at learning to manage money as a game with multiple levels.
Follow this link to learn the 5 Stages of Revenue Growth. Identify what stage you are at and look at the priorities.
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