Get Rich Quick Doesn’t Mean Get Rich Easy

Published on April 29, 2011 by Dr Cathy

Many people in financial desperation buy lottery tickets or business programs that promise to make them millions. The lottery ticket is the only thing you can leave on the kitchen counter and have any hope it will turn into money without further action. The program you bought to get you out of financial ruin won't do anything if all you do is leave it on the shelf unopened and unused. You have to act if you have any hope of any program you paid good money to turn into cash. Even if the program is declared to be "so simple a 10 year old could do it," the 10 year old would still have to actually "do it."

Therein is the problem with most people who buy a "proven system" to assist them in obtaining financial freedom. Every system needs to be worked. It doesn't matter if it's a system betting on the horses, making money through the stock market or mining riches found on the internet. You have to expend time and effort to learn, implement and repeat any system. If you don't want to dedicate time and effort into the program you purchased, spend the money on lottery tickets for all the good it will do you.

There is no such thing as money easily flowing into your bank account unless you inherit, win it or steal it… and there is a price to pay for each. If you manifest more money you need to learn how to use the money you have. Unfortunately, many people don't know how to live within their means or invest their money wisely. It takes time and effort to learn these skills.

If you purchase a reputable program to propel you to financial freedom, make this commitment to yourself: "I will follow this program step-by-step, doing exactly what is written for a minimum of 6 months." In addition, set a minimum amount of time you will spend each day on implementing your road to wealth. Keep your commitment to yourself even if for only 59 minutes each day.

Many people believe they don't have enough time to spend on their financial freedom project. Remove the idea you need to spend hours of concentrated time. That is only an excuse to procrastinate. Begin with the first step. Open it and begin reading. Then follow the process day-by-day. With just one hour a day, you will spend 7 hours a week, 30 hours a month and 365 hours a year. You can make a great deal of progress reaching your goal of financial freedom with that amount of dedicated time.


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