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Money Motivation Part 1: How To Get Motivated About Making More Money

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People who tell you money isn’t important are people who have given up on money.

The truth is, money is extremely important.

Without money, you’re living on the streets.

And having just a little bit of money means living a subsistence level lifestyle which is barely better than being on the streets.

If you don’t get your finances handled, money will become by far the biggest problem in your life.

But I’m not talking about getting money so you can buy luxury goods.

That’s not what getting money is about.

The best thing about having money is not having to do what you hate.

When you have money:

  • You don’t have to apply for a job again.
  • You don’t have to work a job you hate
  • You don’t have to call another man your boss
  • You don’t have to make a 100 cold calls a day
  • You don’t have to live in constant fear of not hitting your target that month
  • You don’t have to have coworkers
  • You don’t have to live for the weekends.
  • You don’t have to dread Mondays
  • You don’t have to cram yourself on to a crowded rush hour car every day
  • You don’t have to wait for the bus in winter
  • You don’t have to take public transit again
  • You don’t have to drink or take drugs to numb the pain
  • You don’t have to be ashamed that you have less savings as an adult then as a teenager
  • You don’t have to ask your friends and parents for money
  • You don’t have to clean your place
  • You don’t have to cook for yourself
  • You don’t have to do bitchwork around the house
  • You don’t have to do bitchwork in your business
  • You don’t have to try and fix your car or your motorcycle yourself
  • You don’t have to worry if you can afford to pay this month’s rent
  • You don’t have to worry if you can make the next minimum balance credit card payment
  • You don’t have to pay off one credit card with another credit card
  • You don’t have to be slowly strangled to death by debt
  • You don’t have to choose between buying food and something else
  • You don’t have to save all your change to bring to the bank in exchange for a $50 bill
  • You don’t have to move back in with your mom
  • You don’t have to live in a sh*$hole apartment
  • You don’t have to live in fear in a dangerous neighborhood
  • You don’ have to worry about what your girlfriend is going to order off the menu
  • You don’t have to be ashamed to answer what it is you do for a living
  • You don’t have to keep explaining away your business failures to friends and family
  • You don’t have to choose between going for dinner or going for drinks
  • You can’t have to save all your change and convert it into a $40 bill
  • You don’t have to worry about a health problem bankrupting you
  • You don’t have to worry about how you’re going to take care of your elderly parents
  • You don’t have to live in a cold, depressing country
  • You don’t have to feel like a failure
  • You don’t have to feel like you’re not living up to your potential
  • You don’t have to pretend that you don’t care about money.
  • You don’t have to live in pain from health problems you can’t afford to fix.
  • You don’t have to be ashamed of not being able to buy Christmas presents for your family.
  • You don’t have to borrow money from your mom to survive
  • You don’t have to feel like less of a man
  • You don’t have to try and make sense of being poor
  • You don’t have to keep lying to yourself that it’s not that bad
  • You don’t have to work to two jobs to get by
  • You don’t have to worry that one day you’re going to snap and hurt somebody
  • You don’t have to survive off Subway 6 dollar footlongs
  • You don’t have to live off peanut butter, protein powder and rice
  • You don’t have to feel powerless
  • You don’t have to keep begging God to give you a break
  • You don’t have to live paycheck to paycheck
  • You don’t have to feel the life being sucked out of you
  • You don’t have to try to try and survive without savings

When you have money you don’t have to do any of those things, plus the thousand other things you hate to do.

That’s why it’s so important to recognize how big the money problem is.

Recognize this, outside of health scares, money is by far your biggest problem.

We live on an economic planet, and money affects every single area of your life.

Without money you’re going to suffer a lot in this life, make no mistake.

It’s extremely difficult to be happy living a subsistence level lifestyle.

Having money either solves or dramatically reduces every problem you have.

And the biggest problem you have is doing things you hate.

When you get rid of having to do things you hate, it opens the door for happiness to come inside.

Human beings are naturally happy, if you have any doubt look at little children.

You can regain a lot of your child like happiness by getting your finances handled.

When you have money, you have the freedom to live the way you want to.

So go get that cash, and get the life you deserve.

And if you want to learn exactly how to do get paid, check out these money making resources:

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5 Comments

  1. June 15, 2018 at 11:12 pm

    Hey “Will”,
    I would like a chat over skype some time if you are available.

    Cheers
    Wayne

  2. Taavi
    June 15, 2018 at 11:35 pm

    Damn, Will, after listening to this I feel like you know all my secrets.

    Could it really be that our most embarrassing failures we try to keep hidden from the world, are actually so universal.

  3. Andy
    June 17, 2018 at 3:54 pm

    Get rich, or be someone else’s bitch!

  4. July 1, 2018 at 4:00 am

    Great post. I agree with many of the hassles you mentioned, and don’t like doing any of them. Working for material possessions will only make you broke in the end. But if you work for financial freedom and independence, and to take care of the ones you love, you’ll not only be happier, you’ll also be working for a real purpose.

  5. July 4, 2018 at 12:19 am

    That’s it exactly Andy

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