“Coach, paano ba ako makakaraos mula sa hirap, isa akong empleyado as technician and my salary is just enough for our daily needs. Hindi makapagtabi manlang ng kahit kunti. Ano bang magandang maipapayo mo sa akin?”
My expert (ehem…) advice:
Through the years of studying successful people in business and in life I learned that you or anybody can attract success.
By the way, may kanya kanya tayong definition ng success. Mine is likely different than yours.
But anyways, in money, to experience financial abundance it’s the same way.
In my heart I believe that our creator gave us the power to get wealth.
Unfortunately, some people associate wealth as…
* Greediness (Kasakiman) – you need to be greedy to be wealthy.
* Selfish desires – you’re just thinking about yourself.
* Deception – you need to deceive someone to successfully sell your product or services.
These are just a few.
Now obviously, kung nasa tino ka ng pag-iisip, you don’t want these traits. It’s evil.
Though you want to experience financial security but your subconscious mind is also telling you…”you need to be greedy to become wealthy.”
Or “you need to take advantage of someone to experience success.”
Which is a BIG LIE from the pit of hell.
Unless you cut this association, you’ll keep stepping on a gas and on a break at the same time. Gusto mong umunlad but for some reason you can’t.
Atras Abante ang buhay mo. There’s no significant progress.
There’s nothing wrong with having an ambition or desiring a better life. Because desiring for more is part of growth.
This is why we keep on wanting for more after we achieve a certain level of success.
What’s wrong is when your motive for success is evil.
Kung ang pangrap mo e yumaman at para masampal mo ng pera ang kapit-bahay mo na mayabang, well evil nga yan.
Pero “kasalanan” ba if you desire in bringing your kids to the best universities?
Kasalanan ba to desire in having a secure, safe, and comfortable home?
Kasalanan ba to desire in experiencing a great vacation after all your hard work in your business?
Of course not.
My point is, you should have a burning desire to succeed to experience abundance. Nobody will hand you financial freedom. You have to work on it.
That desire will eventually lead you to the right business opportunities and the right action to take.
If you’ll consistently and consciously seek a better income, it will show up.
But your desire should always be there.
The fact that you’re still with me reading this email, that alone tells me that you have the desire.
You just have to keep that burning and DO NOT settle for a mediocre income.
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To your freedom,