About a year ago I read an article by James Altucher on why I shouldn’t go to college.
He wrote a couple more articles about the subject, and I completely agreed with all of them. The problem though, is that I had already been to college… so his articles weren’t really doing much for me.
When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears - Tony Robbins.
Practising gratitude is not rocket science. Gratitude is an emotional muscle, one that (if practised regularly) can bring you an abundance of joy and happiness in your life.
If there was just one thing that we all want – it would be to be liked by everyone.
Not because we are selfish or need the approval of others to survive – but simply because being liked is the key to better relationships, better success in business and a healthier, more fulfilling life.
Business is a tricky sport.
And although the barrier to entry is extremely low, only a handful of people are actually able to rise to the top and claim to be the prize winners in the game.
If only we could have more money, more happiness, more successes, more of all the finer things in life… right? It seems like we are living in the ‘always wanting more era’ and are constantly trying to validate ourselves to our peers and Facebook friends with the things we own (ie: the things that end up owning us).
There’s no doubt about it.
Just how investing in the right business could end up making you a fortune – investing in yourself is the ultimate key to achieving a life of wealth and abundance in all areas of your life – no matter who you are or where you are from.
Have you ever imagined a life where you are free to live on your own terms? Where you have the ability and opportunity to make as much money as you like?
You most probably have. Let’s face it, this is almost everyones dream. I’ve never met anyone who said they wouldn’t like to work for themselves.