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Myth about Making Money
"Work harder to make more money". Heard that before, well, working harder doesn't always mean more. You may have more financially, but what are you loosing? Quality time with family and friends? Your daughter in sports, your son's musical concert? What are you missing. Working harder means just that working harder with less time. If your goal is to be more profitable financially and still have time for your family, consider "Working Smarter, Not Harder". Find ways to make the money that you work for you. The industrial age required you to work harder because of job security. The new information age requires you to work smarter because of job insecurities. Also, believe it or not, it is not your employers responsibility to make you rich.
Recommendation read Rich Dad/Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Common v/s Uncommon - What are you?
The only difference between uncommon people and the everyday man, is what the uncommon man chooses to do daily. What are you doing daily? Is it going to propel you into the Destiny that you desire or keep you in the forever "Someday when I have time, I'll do it land?
Time is Currency
Time is currency that needs to be properly managed to be balanced. If you don't have enough time to plan and prepare for the important things, you have no one to blame when your "Life Checkbook" goes to zero. Eliminate the things that drain your time currency, you deserve more than what you have now. How are you spending your currency? Are you doing things that will profit your future life?
Emotions and Motions
It is important not to give control of our Emotions or Motions (actions) to others. Certainly, things will happen in our life that we don't like... we may be lied to, mistreated, ignored, or even snubbed. We must take the situation at it's face value, deal with the sadness, and move on. It we linger in our sorrow or sadness, we allow the other person or persons to affect how we think or feel eventually causing our "Motions" to be affected. When our "motions" are affected we lash out. Lashing out feels good for the moment, but what has it done for you long term?