Of course we all know why many people are unhappy. They don’t have enough money to do the things in life they want to do.
Being rich doesn’t necessarily mean that you will be happy. However, having the money to do the things you want to do when you want to do them, goes a long way to helping you find the happiness you deserve.
For example, the number one reason why marriages fail is because of lack of money. Lack of money affects every part of life. When you don’t have the money for basic necessities you could actually starve to death. Lack of money certainly affects your health and your access to healthcare. Lack of money determines the kind of clothes you wear, the kind of car you drive, the kind of home you live in, the kind of school you go to or don’t go to. Lack of money affects your social standing, your credit scores, the kind of work you do.
Lack of money affects your whole life.
So, the question is why do you lack money? We all know stories of people who through persistence and hard work attained the financial resources needed to live a better life. We hear the stories but can we apply the lessons those people offer to do the same thing ourselves?
Overcoming financial lack is first of all an inside job. Overcoming financial lack requires that you change first on the inside and then translate that inner change to the outside world. Overcoming financial lack requires that you change the way you think about your life.
One of my primary reasons why people don’t change is simply because they resist changing. They have this inner program that says “things are just fine the way they are and I’m going to stay exactly the way I am right now for the rest of my life”.
You are the way you are because that 95% of you that exists in your subconscious mind says “things are just fine the way they are”. But, if you look at your “outside life” you see you have a real lack of money and because of that lack your life sucks!
So, your REAL TASK is not to immediately start looking for ways to earn more money, it’s to start looking for ways to change the way “you think about and look at money on the inside”.