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To your time and money mastery,
Are You Running With the Football Towards the Opponent’s Goal Line?
“The crowds in the stands were cheering wildly as their teams fought for the winning points. Suddenly one of the players fumbled the football. Another player scooped it up and began running toward the goal line. However, his teammates’ excitement quickly turned to dismay as they watched him run toward the opponents’ goal line!
“In the scramble he became disoriented and actually ran the wrong way. This Rose Bowl blunder earned this player the nickname ‘Wrong Way Riegel.’
“Running with all your might towards the wrong goal (or no goal) will not result in success.”
For many years, I’ve been studying the question of why it is that…
- There’s a group of people who have their life together in all major areas of their life, spiritually, physically, socially (their relationships are healthy), mentally, emotionally and financially they’re doing great.
Most of these people were ordinary people in almost every respect, but what set them apart was a deep-seated, burning desire to not let life pass them by and just become another person that was born, “lived” and died without leaving their mark in the world or a strong legacy for those who came after them that would inspire future generations.
No. This group wouldn’t have it play out like that. They would make sure that they went after a life that, at the end of the road… when they looked back to think about their choices, their actions and their results they would be able to say: “I’m glad I did…”, instead of “I wish I had…”
They would not let themselves become victims of their circumstances. They would not blame other people or situations for their poor choices in life. They would not complain about which side of the tracks they were born in. They would not allow their gender, age, color of their skin, place of birth, education level, physical abilities or disabilities, upbringing, family structure or anything else dictate what they could or could not do, what they could or could not accomplish or who they could or could not become… so they did, accomplished and became even more than what they initially set out to do, accomplish and become.
- There is also another group that is still trying to figure it all out. They may not have everything “in order” at this time, but they’re striving towards that with all they’ve got. They are really doing what it takes to get to where they want to get to, and… as long as they don’t give up and quit, they will eventually be part of the first group.
- There is a third group who is struggling in many respects (just like the first two groups did at one point in their lives), but they are not doing anything about it.
They are going through life on “auto-pilot” until 20, 30, 40 years go by and they realize that life has passed them by and they have very little to show for.
And, I’m not just talking about their estate and what they’re leaving behind as an inheritance to their children. I’m also talking about their legacy in terms of service, compassion, and contribution to the world’s most needy.
The great news is that it doesn’t matter how young or how old you are. Life does not truly pass us by until we breathe our last breath. So, if you’re still breathing, you can choose to take your life in any direction.
As the late, great keynote speaker and business philosopher, Jim Rohn, pointed out:
“When you have the right attitude, you can do the remarkable.
“When you recognize your gifts, you can change anything for yourself that you wish to change. If you don’t like how something is going for you, change it. If something isn’t enough, change it. If something doesn’t suit you; change it. If something doesn’t please you, change it. You don’t ever have to be the same after today. If you don’t like your present address, change it—you’re not a tree!”
Now, you may be wondering why I’m talking to you about all this stuff in a book that’s about learning of new ways to make more money or have more free time.
The answer is simple, as I will talk more in-depth about the subject later on in this book, what I’ve discovered is that it is our philosophy about life that determines our actions, and our actions determine where we end up, for the most part.
It looks something like this:
One of my primary goals through this goal is for us to come together and explore the philosophies and belief systems that either serve us or hurt us. Identify the ideas and thoughts that may be holding us down and replace them with concepts that will serve as a launch pads for us to achieve what we’re truly capable of achieving.
With that in mind, let me ask you, in which direction are you running with the football right now? Where do you want to end up eventually?
Some might call it “luck.” Some might say that “they were born with a silver spoon.” The truth is that the principles of honest wealth creation are no longer a secret.
Men such as:
Dr. Denis Waitley
…and Bob Ritchey
…learned some basic principles of money management and wealth creation that they were disciplined enough to put into practice.
On payday, the poor buy certain things, the middle class different things and the rich a complete set of different things, as well.
Those purchases accumulated throughout a long enough period of time are what make the difference in a person’s or family’s financial stability.
Tim Sales created a short video that talks all about that. It also talks about the main different types of income and the difference that each type makes as far as our potential to earn more of it and what it takes for us to do so in terms of our time involvement.
The video also reveals what Warren Buffet’s first business was, which I found very interesting, I must say.
The video is only about 8 minutes long and I’ve got to tell you that I learned a great deal from it and I think you will too.
If you want to watch it, or if you want to recommend it to someone that you care about that may benefit from it, you can check it out at http://StrategiesOfTheWealthy.com.
The bottom line is that there is a formula for wealth creation and more and more people are becoming aware of it. The question is, will they be disciplined enough to make it work for themselves?
Until next time this is Salvador Posada wishing you all the best that life can offer, so that you can offer to make someone else’s life better too.
Thanks for reading.
Feel free to contact me with any comments or questions any time.