More bills than money in your bank account? Bigger dreams than the reality you live in will sustain? Ever been there? I know I sure have – you can’t sleep, you don’t want to eat, you have no desire to do anything except “fix” the problem of not having enough. You become consumed with what you don’t have rather than with the possibility of what could be.
Let me be frank with you: feeling stuck is in your head. You might think it’s coming from everywhere else, but the truth is that it’s the doubts and insecurities stuck between your ears. You have to change how you think about money and wealth.
Money is not the solution to happiness. It’s not the end goal of our existence, but it can be mastered to provide us with the opportunity to experience life and relationships more fully. It’s a tool to be used to create a better life for everyone we come in contact with.
“Money is only a tool. It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver.” – Ayn Rand
So how do we get unstuck? How do we turn off the critics in our own head and change how we think about money? Simple – you find other people who got beyond their “stuck.” Sounds simple, right?
It is. And it’s time to change your thinking about money as the solution and begin to see it for the tool that it is.
It’s time to stop complaining about what you don’t have.
It’s time to see the opportunities in front of you.
It’s time to recognize the tools at your disposal.
When you’re tempted to complain, take action instead. Do something about the issue in front of you and then move on. Choose to be resilient. Choose to use the tools at your disposal to achieve your dreams. Learn the 16 Steps to 6 Figures to see just how close you are to living your best life now!
Do something life-changing today. Drop the excuses, rid yourself of complaining, and start following your dreams. You won’t regret it. Your best life yet is just around the corner. And it starts with the winning attitude you develop today.
Most people settle for mediocre and stop short of their dreams. They let fear derail them.
Instead of working every day, allowing the small decisions along the way to shape them, they give up. It’s those who work smarter, who set realistic short- and long-term goals, and who set themselves up as lifelong learners who will reach their goals. These are the ones who will discover that money is a tool to living a better life; the accumulation of it is not the solution but rather an open door to give and live BIG.