Money and Confidence are Interchangeable
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 life.
A life full of complexity and self-protection lacks confidence and independence.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
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 sets off your automatic behavior. They end at a pleasant reward that reinforces your habit.
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.
# Writing every transaction down
# Using a spreadsheet to track your spending habits
# Loving credit cards
# Never thinking of purchases in terms of *present* value
# Studying computers (there are loads of unfilled computer jobs)
# Using tools that aggregate all of your accounts into one place.
“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.