Friday, June 5, 2009

Making Money requires Work: you don't get something for nothing

I know I've spoken about this before, but it really stands out to me on how important it is to understand this concept: you don't make money by doing nothing.

In other words, it takes effort to create wealth. We have to do something, provide some service, help some people, in some way.

Bob Proctor, in his audio titled "Money" says that money is a reward for service rendered. We get money by helping people.

There is freedom in this concept: if you are relying on someone to give you money for doing nothing, waiting for a handout, you are not in control of how much money you make, and you can't just go improve your situation. You're giving you're power to someone else.

However, if you work to create wealth, you are in control. You know that if you require more money to provide for your needs and wants, you can go out and earn it. You can help yourself. You don't have to wait for someone else to help you, you can do it yourself! In this there is power.

So next time when you think about the vacation you want, the bill you want to pay, whatever it is you want to acquire, ask yourself: what can I do to earn the money I want to pay for that? How can I manage my wealth better to free up the cash required to pay for that? These questions will start the creative juices and help you find a motivating solution to a temporary cash problem.

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