Apply & Commit
I always wondered why a small percentage of the population controlled most of the money in America (Rich & Wealthy). With all the success books, videos, motivational speakers, with all the valuable information given on the internet, this never made any sense to me. At first, I honestly believed there wasn’t enough money and success to go around, but I quickly discovered this isn’t true. More times or not, the one’s who honestly believe this are giving an excuse. So if success is limitless for all of us (because it really is) then what is the problem?
How many times have you heard or read something valuable but never used it? How many times have you planned change in your life but never committed to it? If you said yes to one of these questions then you can try to understand why you haven’t seen the financial growth you desire.
Firstly, what’s the point of learning valuable information if you never intend on USING IT!! Apply everything you’ve learned to your life! If you aren’t applying any of the valuable information in your brain, then consider it a waste of space. Secondly, commit to it! Will it be easy at first? Probably not, change is never as easy as we would like it to be, but that is why change is necessary.
If you can apply the information you’ve learned while committing to the change, I see no reason why you can’t change your life financially. Now go get’em!
(7 laws to Wealth & Riches: The Richest Man in Babylon)
- Save 10% of everything you earn.
- Control your “necessary expenses” to spend less money.
- Multiply your money. (Profitable investments, Compound Interest, etc.)
- Guard your treasure. (Invest Smartly)
- Own your home. (Ownership!!)
- Insure a future income. (Save for retirement, Save for family,) “Provide in advance for the needs of thy growing age and the protection of thy family”
- Always be looking for new ways to increase your ability to earn money in different places. (Different sources of income) “To cultivate thy own powers, to study and become wiser, to become more skillful, to act as to respect thyself”