As the infamous Jim Rohn used to say: “You don’t get paid for having a job. You get paid for the value you are adding at your job.” If you got paid just for having a job, all you would have to do was to show up. But that is certainly not the case, and definitely not sustainable… I don’t know anyone or any industry who loves to pay people just for showing up. You have to be adding value. You have to be bringing something of value to the transaction. You have to contribute something in exchange for money.
Imagine you allowed a thief into your house. You gave them a key and free access to everything. You also show them where the valuables are and give them the chains to lock you up. How long do you think it will take before you will live in an empty house? Not very long. If you don’t know how credit cards work, they can become the thieves in your wallet. You give them full access to all your accounts – the capital, the interest and the savings – and they will steal your financial progress. But this doesn’t have to be the case. Are you currently concerned about your credit card debt? Do you feel like you are drowning in credit card debt? This lesson will assist you to take back control; to send that thief on his way; to unlock the chains and to eliminate credit card debt forever.
So you want to become wealthy – yes? A key secret is to understand that almost everything in your life – especially if you want to create wealth – is about making choices. About making good choices. About making more choices. About making better choices. You make better choices when you ask better questions, and then realizing that the answer, no matter which way, is a choice – your choice. And the reason(s) – the why – can be your choice also. To demonstrate this I have prepared a list of the 101 top questions everyone should ask – and answer – about creating wealth. You should ask them. You should answer them. They will help you to forge a better, wealthy lifestyle.
Do you need a wealth coach? Can you benefit from a free wealth coach? Is it possible that your garden be your wealth coach?! In my studies of wealth I was surprised at how many millionaires maintain their own gardens. They mow the lawn, trim the hedges, plant flowers and remove weeds.
Why – I thought, would someone who has so much money not just pay for someone to do their own garden? So I tried it out for myself.
Since 2010 I have been mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges, planting flowers and removing those pesky little weeds. As it turns out, I discovered not only why they do it, but I also discovered some more of the secrets to wealth. Gardening coaches you about time, value, value for money, the time-value of money, people, health, money and wealth! All this from a garden? You bet! Here’s what I learned:
Whether you are employed, self-employed or unemployed, you can never have too many skills. Skills make you more capable, and more capable means more productive. More productive also means more valuable. More valuable means more money. Choose to develop the 50 skills here…