Do You Have Money on Your Mind?
If you have money on your mind, you’re in good company.
Statistics show that 85% of Americans are so stressed about their finances that they’re consumed with worry.
That’s an amazingly large percentage, but not surprising.
To a large extent, we’ve become a society dependent on others.
We depend on the federal government.
And we depend on companies to give us jobs.
(And then we get angry when we don’t get what we want!)
There are some reports that show that the unemployment and underemployment rate combined is approximately 30%.
Most of us know people in our community who are working 2-3 part-time jobs in order to pay their bills.
So here’s a Money on Your Mind question: how long will you wait for something to be given to you?
When you really think about it, there are really only two choices you can make.
Another way of putting it is that you have two mindset choices: you can either stay dependent on others, or you can take control of your life.
But first, you will need to throw-off the dependency mindset.
That is, unless you want to stay enslaved.
Because those who depend on others to meet their basic living needs stay enslaved, right?
You may think you’re free, but you’re really not.
If you haven’t noticed, there’s been a significant paradigm shift.
In the 1980s, we called them megatrends.
The status quo has shifted and continues shifting dramatically.
So if you haven’t begun to ask yourself what you really want in life, it’s NOT ok.
Give yourself the permission to think beyond your current daily realities.
Give yourself the permission to sit down and write down exactly what you want.
That includes how much you want by a particular date.
Then take the action needed to make your vision of a better life for you and your family a reality.