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We don't really need massive amounts of money to live a happy life.
A good level of freedom and self-confidence can be attained by a relatively small figure of money.
We can take the mi...
Many 'high-achieving' people lack flexibility, freedom, and confidence to change things in their life when they want. This is due to the build-in traps and insecurity of living a high achievers lif...
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Habits are little chunks of auto-pilot behavior that get burned permanently into your mind. Once you develop a habit, you can never really delete it.
Habits start with a trigger, which se...
Describe your own behavior in detail, and search for clues you might have missed before. Find your trigger.
If you have a habit of making coffee, it might be triggered by entering the kitchen. Some people eat in response to boredom or buy stuff in response to their desires.
Take an existing cue you have, but trick yourself into triggering a different behavior.
If you want to quit coffee, you could give away the coffee machine and put a box of tea or a glass of water on the countertop.
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Even if these two share some connections, time isn't money. Time is energy, money is a thing. And they each have power over our lives.
Money is infinite but time is...
Investing and passive income disrupt the time-money relationship.
To make money without having to trade any of your time frees up your time to ultimately do things that are more important to you.
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... by acknowledging and expecting it can and will hurt.
To overcome the sting of rejection, stop trying to avoid feeling that stings. Stop pretending your unaffect...
Make a contract with your partner, family, and friends allowing them to catch you in the throes of verbal diarrhea when you were unfairly treated.
Work out three or four different activities that will distract you and turn your attention to something productive.
... you expose yourself to.
We all have a different threshold of the amount of rejection we can handle. Wisely considering how much more you can handle is essential.
Before you take another step forward, ask yourself if you have the right resources and support in place to catch you.
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You get one life and one chance to make yourself happy. Instead of sitting and complaining about not purs...
The biggest poison we encounter as humans is regret, so stop making excuses and start making yourself happy.
“Success” isn’t just having lots of money.
Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.
Start the day with your #1 priority.
Getting up early isn’t enough. You need to put first things first. When you put your top priorities first, then you ensure they make it into the bucket of your day. After your main priorities have been completed, the rest will fill the gaps.
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The freedom finders like to spend on new experiences in the pursuit of “living life to the fullest.”
Try using a budgeting app or immediately allocating a portion of...
The relationship protector is often family-oriented. If they can support them emotionally and financially, it gives them their sense of achievement at having helped.
A relationship protector is far less likely to make spontaneous investments when others depend on them, and their conservative approach to saving prepares them for retirement.
They’re always looking to expand their options, and every financial decision is carefully calculated to maximize growth.
The opportunity seeker has to watch out for taking on more risk with business initiatives or investment opportunities. Spending time with a professional to seek a second opinion can help you assess whether the newest opportunity is the best one for you.
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