Earning money has nothing to do with your education

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Most of us have been taught many different things about money, which as you’ve learned throughout life, is far from the truth, almost hilarious.

Earning money has nothing to do with your age, your education, your gender or where you are from. It has nothing to do with past experiences or how many degrees you have or don’t have or even your level of intellect.

There are countless people who are functionally illiterate who have become multimillionaires! And on the other hand, there are people who are absolutely brilliant and they’re broke.

Anyone can be taught how to earn millions of dollars. But, unfortunately 97% of people are born, live their entire lives, and die without ever learning how to earn money. You and I, we don’t want that. I will show you how to earn money.

So, what is money? Money is a reward you receive for the service you render. The more valuable the service, the greater the reward. Thinking of ways we can be of greater service will not only help us earn more money, it will also allow us to grow mentally and spiritually.

So, how much money do you want? Don’t say more money. A dollar is more money. Decide specifically how much money you want to earn. Your mind won’t come up with something you’re incapable of earning just remember that you must earn it.

There are 3 different ways to earn money

  1. Trading time for money
  2. Investing money to earn money approximately 3% of the population are successful at this
  3. Leveraging yourself to earn money; this is where you multiply your time through the efforts of others by setting up Multiple Sources of Income. This is the best way to increase your income. Make a decision today, right now, to have more than one source of income. This is the strategy that wealthy people have used since ancient times.

Once you determine how much money you want to earn, write it down on a sheet of paper or an index card in big letters. Take that number and divide it into multiple parts. Each part represents a different source of income and a separate reward that you would receive for the service that you would render. The first one comes when you join me. Work on one source of income at a time; each one will become an exciting part of your life. What you are actually doing is thinking of different ways you can be of service to others.

Think of how you can do whatever you do—more effectively.

Think of how you can improve the quality and quantity of service you render.

Think of how you can help people in a greater way.

“Money is the ultimate servant. The more you earn, the more you can help others.”

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