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You have probably heard other people say that "Money isn't everything" or "Money can't buy happiness." They may be right in some aspects; but it's not just about the money.
It's about having an ideal lifestyle - being able to have control over your time and schedule, having no one ordering you around, not having to look at the price tags every time you go out shopping, and just enjoying the freedom that you truly deserve.
But why do many people fail to achieve financial freedom? Through experience, I have observed that they have limited belief.
That's the problem with most people. They have set up a boundary in their minds. This barrier stops any possibility of surpassing the current limits of their belief.
For example, many people would think that their boring day job is all that they're good enough for. They do not like to think outside the box. They do not grab opportunities that are theirs for the taking. Fears and doubts have been causing them to miss these golden chances of a lifetime.
There are plenty of opportunities out there. They may enroll in night classes, do some research on how to make more money, or start an internet business.
When I was just starting my online endeavors, all my friends and relatives (with the exception of my internet marketing friends, of course) would discourage me in entering this venture. They would repeatedly inform me that I'm wasting my time and nothing good would come out of it.
Had I listened to them, I would not have achieved online success. If they have succeeded in implanting their own restricted beliefs into my mind, I never would have tasted the joy of being an infopreneur.
No offense to them. I respect their decisions. Everyone has the right to voice out their opinions, but no one has the right to force others in accepting their belief. Thank goodness my internet marketing pals have encouraged and supported me all the way.
Believe that you have the capacity and power to attain moneymaking success, and you're halfway there.
Plan everything. Make a list of things that would allow you to save money. Cut back on using your credit card, pay your bills on time, make wise investment decisions, and try your best to start in some sort of business (no matter how small).
More importantly, action should be taken. It's not enough to just believe. You have to make a move. Does making mistakes frighten you? Don't be. The more mistakes you make, the closer you will get to success.
Sacrifice. Instead of watching TV or going shopping, invest more time on those activities that would propel you in reaching your financial goals.
Many people would repeatedly complain that they're sick and tired of their lives, but do they really deserve a better life? The harder you work, the more chances that success will hit you.
Never, ever give up. Quitting is not an option. You must keep on pounding and pounding until you have achieved your mission.
Money may not be everything, but living your life the way you want it to be is.
Michael Lee is the author of "How To Be A Red Hot Persuasion Wizard," an ebook that reveals powerful secrets on how to easily make friends, fully improve your relationships, multiply your profits, effectively win negotiations, and attain freedom and power. Visit http://www.20daypersuasion.com to get a sample chapter.