Here's A Rhetorical Question:
If you have a spare million dollars in your bank account today...
How will you spend it?
Pay off all your bills and loans?
Buy your dream car? Dream house?
Give your family a better life?
Travel all over the world?
Invest the money perhaps?
Or be more generous and charitable...
I am sure these thoughts have crossed your mind.
Now let me ask you: can you truthfully say you are financially FREE?
That if you stop working today, money will continue to work for you?
That you are really living life on your terms?
If you answered YES,
then more power to you!
But if you answered NO,
then thanks for being honest.
And that's the first step.
Most people go through life only wishing but not having.
Get beaten down and never get up again.
Tried but not hard enough.
Worse, most people approach wealth creation using OUTDATED strategies and thinking!
If you've tried to create your wealth and you've fallen short so far after a long time, this might just explain why...
Chances are, you have already tried any or all of the following:
* You went to school, get a good job, and worked your butt (because it's what everyone tells you to do) and when you realize there's more to life than that...
* You've read books that promised you wealth and riches
* You've attended motivational, feel-good seminars to get you pumped up
* You've tried to invest so you bought some investments of your own...
You might be unaware, but there is a high likelihood you are "operating" on outdated thinking, strategies and formula for success.
Have you heard of Think & Grow Rich?
Yep. That famous book from the early 1900s.
Most people tout it as one of the most timeless books on wealth creation when the author, Napoleon Hill, interviewed the Millionaires and industry giants of its time.
Sure, it's a great book and considering at the time it was written, it was a piece of marvel.
But here's the thing...
We are in the 21st century.
We are living in a fast-paced world, in which you cannot solve today's problems with yesterday's solution.
It makes little sense to attempt to solve today's problems using thinking from the old days - yes or yes?
Look, if you're going to overcome today's challenges, you need to think ahead - not go backwards!
Now for the good news...
Despite new and evolving challenges today, opportunities are also more abundant than ever before.
Unlike 100 years ago, today...