Making Money Fun

Have you ever noticed that we take money way too seriously?

Do you ever feel negative emotions when you think about your money situation, or the lack thereof?

As I was going through my roughest times financially 5 years ago, I remember I had mornings where I would wake up and have no clue how I was going to dig myself out of my financial hole that I dug for myself.

Some days led to arguments with my wife, me getting angry with my kids, and sometimes just sobbing uncontrollably.

But like any hard life lesson, as I realized that I was bigger than my problems, and that this was happening to me for a very specific reason, that's when I started to cheer up.

Here are some ways I took really sour lemons to make lemonade, and make my money problems fun:

1. I watched the movie "Kung Fu Panda" - Something about this movie just makes me smile. It may be the fact that I feel like a fat panda sometimes, or because of the wisdom Master Oogway gives in the movie. One of my favorite lines is when Master Shifu exclaims, "But that was an accident!

Master Oogway calmly replies, "There are no accidents."

Reluctantly, Master Shifu replies, "I know. You've said that...twice."

Oogway chuckles and retorts, "That was no accident either."

Shifu - "Thrice."

Every challenge has an equal or greater reward at the end of it. Every story's hero, whether based on a true story or fiction, has a situation where they are about to give up, but they push through it anyway. As a result, the big picture comes into play and they get a greater reward.

In my story, I was able to gradually dig myself out of my hole, and so far, show over 500 people how to free up $30 Million over the last 3 1/2 years. How amazing is that?!


2. Look at negative things in a positive light - Have you ever had collection calls where you knew exactly who was calling because you've seen their phone number so often? So did I. To not feel discouraged, I stopped calling them collector calls, and started calling them "I Love You" calls. I would tell myself, "Chris, they love you so much, they're just calling to check in on you and see how you're doing." Ironically, it made speaking with them more fun and they were often very compassionate about my situation.

Many of my clients will tell me, "Chris, I know our situation looks horrible. We should be doing better."

I always reply, "Oh no! Remember, you're talking to a guy who was short by $15,000 each month. Your situation is much easier than mine was. There's hope!"

There's always a solution!

3. Make a game out of your goals - One of my clients actually made a paper peach tree that they pinned up on their cork board with a bunch of little baskets underneath. On the tree, they pinned up peaches that had goals on it. Some were as simple as depositing $50 into their savings account. Others were purchasing a wedding dress for their engaged daughter. Whenever they would accomplish it, they would take the peach and put it in the basket to show what they had accomplished. I LOVED that idea!

Mine was more nerdy because I would track the progress of my numbers. I would celebrate putting $5 in savings because I saw my situation improving, even if slowly moving in the right direction.


These are just a few ideas that helped me through some rough times. Just remember - It's not as bad as you think and there's ALWAYS an answer.

If you're looking for answers because you feel like you should be better financially than you are right now, let us see if we can find out where your money leaks are by emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Change Your Words - Change Your Results!

The other day, I heard my son say about buying a certain toy, "I can't afford it."

As you can imagine, I jumped all over that. I quickly corrected him and said, "You mean you are still saving up the money to get it, right?"

Of course he agreed, and went on his way. This experience helped me remember just how important it is to watch our words.

Our words should be full of faith, not fear. Empowering phrases, not life-draining expressions. Affirmations of accomplishment, not declarations of defeat. Words have the power to create!

What are you creating with your words right now?

Although this conversation goes beyond money, let's keep it focused to the words we use regarding money.

First of all, words alone won't do it...but they help. I'm sure we've all known people that say things, but you know there's no faith behind those words. They say it but they doubt it at the same time. If you don't believe it can happen, you can speak until your voice goes hoarse, and you'll never see a positive change.

You must believe that principles govern for your words to work.

Once you can speak with more power, change the words to reflect abundance and possibilities, not scarcity and limits.

For example, instead of saying, "I can't afford it", declare, "I'm getting closer to purchasing that" or "How can I afford it?" Can you see how that actually feels better?

Another example: "We can't buy that."

Instead say, "We choose not/don't want to buy that" or "There are other priorities that we would rather spend our money on right now."

Why? Because if you REALLY wanted to buy it, you would find a way. Remove the words like "can't" or "have to" from your vocabulary. "Have to" implies you have no choice. THERE IS ALWAYS A CHOICE! 

How can you be financially "free" if you're always saying you "have to" do certain things? That's how people become broke millionaires.

The next time you find yourself talking about money, pay close attention to the words you're using. When you declare something in word (even silently in your own mind), your subconscious mind will do whatever it takes to be right. If it's going to be right, why not give it some words that will dramatically improve your life? Try it out!

What are some other words or phrases that you speak that are empowering? Post your results and experiences in the comments below.

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Turning Problems Into Profits

I saw this Stephen Covey quote the other day that really inspired me:

"GOD wants you to
turn your MESS into your MESSage,
your TEST into your TESTimony,
your TRIal into your TRIumph,
from being VICTim into a VICTor.

GOD is GOOD… all the time!
Be a blessing to others,
make your loss become someone's gain."

In exasperation, have you ever wondered, "Boy, with all of the crap I've gone through, is there a greater purpose to it?"

I had the same thoughts going through my head as well in 2008-2009.

From 2006-2007, I enjoyed great financial prosperity. I went from broke at the beginning of 2005 to millionaire in 2006. Of course, the markets helped me get there a little faster. Nevertheless, it was a great period of prosperity for my family and I, especially as my financial business was starting to boom.

However, that all started coming to a head after the summer of 2007 when I realized that all of my cash reseres was trapped in my home, with no way to get to it since the banks didn't want to lend money to business owners at that time, and I was in the hole by nearly $15,000 each month.

Over the remaining months, I maxed out my credit, frantically tried to get my business production up, and eventually started to default on my loans.

It seemed whatever efforts I made to earn more money or reduce my expenses were never enough. Ever felt that way before?

It got so bad that even my wife wondered if she should take the kids and move out until I got things figured out. I don't cry much, but there were definitely times that I would sob uncontrollably. This period of time was even tougher than a divorce I went through years earlier because I couldn't see the light at the end of the tunnel. In fact, it seemed to be at its worst in May 2009 when we lost our $740,000 home just one week before our 4th child was born.

However, I had faith in the principle that there are NO accidents - everything happens for a reason. The question was "What am I supposed to learn from this?"

I went from feeling like a victim to feeling like there was a higher purpose for my suffering. I didn't know what it was, but I had a suspicion that if I could get through that period of time, it would be of benefit to someone else.

In September 2008, I was awakened suddenly at 4am and couldn't fall back asleep (I don't think it was my 2 month old baby at the time, but it's possible). I decided to go out for a run. While running, I could hear the words of one of my neighbors who lamented, "I would save money, but I don't have any extra."

Knowing that he was in a much better financial position than I was, I created that little conversation in my head of what I wanted to say to him. (Am I the only one that has these little debates in my head?)

As I started coming up with answers of creative ways I had found money at that time, I knew I was being inspired and needed to capture those ideas. I immediately ran home, and typed for 30 minutes straight. When finished, I realized I had something special...but didn't know what to do with it.

Over the next year or so, I, along with the help of my friend, Dale Clarke, developed our cash flow process to help other entrepreneurs, just like ourselves, stop their money leaks and have greater peace of mind, freedom, and prosperity. It's been such a blessing!

Over the last 3 1/2 years, over 500 of our clients have freed up over $30 Million that they have used to pay off their debt faster, invest in their businesses, and enjoy a better lifestyle with their families!!!

It's so rewarding to see others profiting from the "problems" of our past. Wouldn't you agree?

As you probably already figured out, the point of the story is this:

Dollars follow value we create for others. We are given challenges to overcome so we can serve others. Though it may not be in all instances, we can financially prosper by helping others solve those same problems more quickly and effectively than they would on their own.

That is a HUGE win/win scenario, isn't it?

So ask yourself this $1 Million Question (literally):

"What problem or challenge have I overcome, or skill have I developed, that I can use to solve problems for others?"

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Why Monthly Cash Flow Trumps Savings?

Have you ever saved money for retirement, but still felt worried about money?

Could saving for retirement cause you to go broke?

Why is cash flow so important?


Some of these questions might have struck a cord with you. If so, good! Powerful questions can lead to powerful results.

So which is most important? Focusing on monthly cash flow, or focusing on long term savings?

To answer this question, we need to look at cause and effect. Retirement savings is not designed to provide you monthly cash flow today. You save it, usually in places where you're punished for touching it before retirement, with a hope one day that it will provide cash flow.

On the other hand, what if we focused more on providing more monthly cash flow today (thru increasing income and decreasing unproductive expenses)? What would happen then?

If you had another $500 - $1,000 per month, what could you do?

  1. Pay off more debt...to free up more money?
  2. Pay your bills on time and not stress as much from having too much month at the end of your money?
  3. Save more than you are today?


Cash flow IS THE CAUSE of more savings and less debt!


Most financial pundits will keep telling you, while pointing their judgmental finger of scorn at you, to pay off your debts and save your money. Thanks a lot "experts!" Did all that knowledge help you figure that out? How has that "education" helped our people so far? How does that help us to have more money today? It doesn't, right? It's like telling someone to eat less to lose weight.

Rather than trying to save what little you have in financial products, like 401k's and IRA's, where you have little to no access to money today, why not look for ways to use that money to increase cash flow?

Ideas could include:

  1. Pay off loans
  2. Invest in income producing assets, such as your business, real estate, or other dividend paying investments
  3. Build savings to increase peace of mind and help you avoid using high interest credit cards
  4. Take an education course on how to create more cash flow today,
  5. Get additional training or education to justify an increase in your compensation

 

The possibilities can go on and on.

Remember, the wealthy don't stuff money inside 401k's and IRA's. They are using that money to create assets that increase their wealth exponentially.

Cash flow creates more options, and having more options creates true financial freedom!

However, so often, I'll see people sacrificing opportunities to create greater wealth today because they're "supposed to be" saving for retirement.They keep saving, paying off debt, but still feel like they're stuck in a rat race. Do you know anyone like that? Do they seem happier to you?

Basic common sense would tell us if we focus on having more freed up monthly cash flow today, we can save more for tomorrow anyways. Cause and effect!

It's simple, more effective, and a lot more fun to have a life where you have more income than expenses. You are free to choose how you best use that money to better your life, AND your family's life!

So what are your thoughts on this subject?

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Does Education = Compensation?

We've all heard studies that show those with higher education, on average, earn more money. Does this mean we can assume that getting an education guarantees our success? Does this only apply to a college degree?

Every so often, this is something I hear from certain people who believe I should finish my college degree after dropping out while going through a divorce more than a decade ago. I had one friend that couldn't find a decent job for 3 years after getting his MBA. He ended up working along side people that had no college education.

Ironically, these educated people that desire the best for me (and maybe you too) are also the same people that get frustrated after getting laid off and don't know why.

In my situation, I learned that the education I received AFTER college ended up being more valuable for producing greater results. The reason I went into business is because I wanted to have the freedom and control to determine my own compensation. I also knew that if I wanted to be paid more, I needed to have a better education than whatever came out of an overpriced college textbook.

Can you relate to this?


Ultimately, I believe education is a key to financial freedom, inasmuch as it is applied to serving others. Remember, the key to wealth is providing a product or service that serves others' needs or wants.

Losing sight of this is why there are so many educated people struggling to find quality employment right now.

Therefore, merely getting ANOTHER degree is not the ticket to freedom.

Don't look at education as a piece of paper to hang on your wall and put on your resume. Instead, look at what value you can provide another person. How will you stand out?

And no, having 5,000 degrees only helps you stand out as being crazy!


Ask yourself, "What education or training can I get right now that will allow me to serve more people?"


For many of you that are entrepreneurs just like me, college may or may not have the answer. You might need to learn how to market yourself better, deepen your level of knowledge in your profession, or properly manage money in your business and personal life (hint, hint).

For example, I had a friend who told me he wanted an MBA because of some of the finance classes required. I pointed out that if all he wanted was the finance classes, and not have to worry about slaving over a discertation or taking other classes he had no interest in, he could just take a course on that subject by someone with real-world experience.

That would require less time, money, and stress so he could produce results much faster. Makes sense, doesn't it?


Important point - Colleges do a great job training you to be an employee or a specialist. If you don't want to be an employee, you will likely need to seek education elsewhere.


Entrepreneurs are better at being generalists, not just specialists. You have to know a little about every area of your business, whether it be marketing, accounting, product development, finance, operations, legal, etc, so you can sucessfully know how to speak to your contractors/employees about what's happening inside your business.

If you feel you are weak in one of these areas, it could be what's stopping you from taking your business to that next level.

Ironically, Steve Jobs (former owner of Apple) mentioned that he didn't necessarily drop out of college, he "dropped in." Instead of taking his required classes, he took classes that intrigued him or he felt inspired to take. For instance, he took a calligraphy class. He learned about fonts, spacing, and other stuff that most of us have never heard of.

Little did he know at the time that over a decade later, he would affect all of our lives when we use fonts on our computers!


To sum this up - Get the training necessary for whatever profession you do that will provide significant value for others, and then your compensation can increase. When should you stop learning? NEVER!

Albert Einstein said it this way:

"Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school."

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How to Know If Your Financial Advisor Is Costing You Money

Do you have a financial advisor that you have trusted with your money?

Are they a good friend or family member of yours?

Are you 100% positive that you are getting the best, unbiased advise? If so, how do you really know?

How much could they be taking away from your family?

 

I'm not referring to financial advisor fees that you may be paying, although that could be part of it too. I'm more referring to how their advice could be costing you and your family your financial success.

Don't get me wrong. I believe most financial planners/advisors are well-intentioned and want to help people. I know - I used to be one of them about a decade ago. I did that profession for four years. My whole purpose was to at least give my father back one year of his life. I grew up hearing things, like "I'm going to have to work until I'm dead." or "I'll never retire."  Therefore, I made it my mission to help him out.

What I discovered pretty quickly is the same thing you've probably noticed - People are worse off today than they were before the 1970's when financial advising became a greater force, despite more advice and experts than ever.

Why?

Because they don't work for you as the client, they work for their company!

Who gives them all of their great training? The companies trying to sell you products.

Where do they get this training? From companies that offer you their products and services.

 

I learned this pretty quickly and this is the reason why I knew I couldn't be a financial advisor and feel like I was being completely honest. If I was, I would have shown you lower returns (because those aren't completely accurate), I would have shown higher inflation rates (government manipulates those numbers), and I would have considered life's hiccups since you can't put your life into a calculator.

This is why I'm here changing the inevitable financial road people are heading down today! Following Fidelity's lovely, limiting green arrow will lead you to poverty, not prosperity!

With me so far?

Financial advisors and planners are not taught, nor are they teaching you, basic principles to creating wealth. It's always about the product. Here are a few questions you can ask them or yourself to know if you are losing money with your financial person.

  1. Are they paid any commissions on what they are recommending?
  2. If you are an entrepreneur, are they encouraging you to put more money in your business, or in their products?
  3. Are they earning more money on what they sell you, or doing the same investments they are recommending to you? Do they even have those financial products themselves?
  4. Do they seem to offer that "Magic bullet" that will make you financially free?
  5. Do they teach more from scarcity or abundance?

 

My experience has taught me that they forget the #1 thing about ways to create wealth - investing in yourself and your profession. Nearly every one I've met (other than those I refer business to) focuses more on numbers and products, and less on you and your ability to create wealth.

You NEVER see anyone on the Forbes list of richest people that saved in mutual funds and financial products. They were all business owners, and a few sophisticated investors...who are also business owners.

YOU are the #1 financial product, not their financial crap!

Best lesson I learned from a business owner was when he asked me "Chris, if I invest $10,000 with your products, I may make $1,200 this year. But if I invest $10,000 in my business, I can usually make about $20,000. Why would I ever invest with you?"

So how much could your financial advisor be costing you right now?

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3 Biggest Mistakes Made When Choosing a Business or Investment

Do you ever feel like there are too many "good" opportunities?

Would you like to make your life simpler by having less to work on?

 

When working with clients and listening to other entrepreneurs, I see a common thread where saying "yes" to the wrong opportunities means they are saying "no" to the right ones. This costs them thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars!!!

So, which investments or business activities should you say "yes?"

Here's the 3 basic requirements I use to screen out the wrong "opportunities" so I can say "yes" to the right ones:

 

  1. Do I have deep knowledge concerning the opportunity?
  2. Do I have a deep passion for it?
  3. Does it provide significant value for others?

 

Deep Knowledge

Would you consider yourself an expert in this arena? You should avoid doing things if you don't understand it REALLY well. Even if you delegate to someone else, it's best to be able to speak their language enough to know what they are doing. Ignorance can be much more expensive than the possible money you can make.

 

Deep Passion

Ask yourself this one question: If money were no longer an issue in your life, would you still keep doing it? If the answer is "no," then you shouldn't do it. If "yes," then move forward. I have seen from my own experience and working with hundreds of other entrepreneurs and investors, that nearly 100% of the time, when your motivation is about money, that's when you will lose it. Money is never a big enough motivator to make something successful. If wanting money is all we needed, we'd all have more money, wouldn't we?

Also, if you only invested in something because it pays you, what makes that any different than having a job?

 

Significant Value

This one is often missed by many entrepreneurs and investors. They may have a deep passion and knowledge for the opportunity, but they fail to see how others view it.

Dollars follow value that others value.

Therefore, we have to consider if it provides value in a way that they want to exchange dollars with you. The root of money is producing value for others to consume and benefit from.

If you want more money, find ways to provide more value for more people. That is the surest way to wealth!

 

So the next time you are presented with an opportunity, service, or investments, remember to ask yourself these 3 questions before saying "yes:"

  1. Do I have deep knowledge of this subject?
  2. Do I have a deep passion for it (regardless of money)?
  3. Does it provide significant value for others?

 

Now, have fun saying "no" to everyone! ;)

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The Fastest and Safest Way to Pay Off Your Debt

mr-7Have you ever been frustrated having to use a credit card again after just paying it off?

Does it ever seem like it's a never-ending circle of charging it up, paying it off, and then charging it up again?

That's what I mean by the "Rubber Band Debt Effect." Paying off debt only to use it again where you feel like you never quite get ahead. Does this seem familiar?

If so, you're like many, many others I've spoken with who want to save and pay off their loans, and feel like they should be further ahead than they are.

Here's why it happens....

When you use traditional methods taught by "financial experts" by paying off the debts only with lowest balances or highest interest rates, you'll find yourself stuck in this trap. My experience has shown my clients and I that it will take nearly twice as long (and you'll be more discouraged) using these old, worn out, stale methods.

Instead, focus on paying off only one loan at a time that frees up the most money with the least amount of dollars, while not depleting your savings.

You need to do it with balance. Most people that apply Dave Ramsey-like methods use all or most of their savings to pay off a car loan, for example, and then something will inevitably come up that will cause them to charge money on a high interest credit card. That seems insane, doesn't it? Pay off a low interest auto loan only to have to charge up a high interest credit card? THIS HAPPENS ALL THE TIME!

  1. Have some savings first - at least one month's of your expenses is preferred.
  2. Then, only focus on paying off the one loan that has the highest payment for the balance.
  3. Once that's paid off, move to the next one and so on and so forth.
  4. When unexpected expenses occur, AND THEY WILL OCCUR, use your savings to pay for it. When this happens, be sure to build your savings back up BEFORE you start paying extra to your loans.

Bonus Tip - Don't pay extra to mortgages, auto loans, student loans, or any loans where the payments remain the same as you pay them down. Save up money to pay them off in full.

mr-9Paying off your loans with the right balance and wisdom will allow you to keep your sanity while paying off your loans faster and safer than conventional methods.

If you haven't done so, download our special report on ways to have an extra $500 each month WITHOUT living off rice & beans, and pay off your loans even faster! By having more monthly cash flow in your life, you'll have greater financial peace today!

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The Rubber Band Debt Effect

Have you ever been frustrated having to use a credit card again after just paying it off?

Does it ever seem like it's a never ending circle of charging it up, paying it off, and then charging it up again?


That's what I mean by the "Rubber Band Debt Effect." Paying off debt only to use it again where you feel like you never quite get ahead. Does this seem familiar?

If so, you're like many, many others I've spoken with who want to save and pay off their loans, and feel like they should be further ahead than they are.


Here's why it happens....

When you use traditional methods taught by "financial experts" by paying off the debts only with lowest balances or highest interest rates, you'll find yourself stuck in this trap. My experience has shown me it will take nearly twice as long (and you'll be more discouraged) using these old, worn out, stale methods.


Instead, focus on paying off only one loan at a time that frees up the most money with the least amount of dollars, while not depleting your savings.


You need to do it with balance. Most people that apply Dave Ramsey-like methods use all or most of their savings to pay off a car loan, for example, and then something will inevitably come up that will cause them to charge money on a high interest credit card. That seems insane, doesn't it? Pay off a low interest auto loan only to have to charge up a high interest credit card? THIS HAPPENS ALL THE TIME!

Have some savings first - hopefully at least one month's of expenses.

Then, only focus on paying off the loan that has the highest payment for the balance.

Once that's paid off, move to the next one and so on and so forth.

When unexpected expenses occur, AND THEY WILL OCCUR, use your savings to pay for it. When this happens, be sure to build your savings back up BEFORE you start paying extra to your loans.


Bonus Tip - Don't pay extra to mortgages, auto loans, student loans, or any loans where the payments remain the same as you pay them down. Save up the money to pay them off in full.


Paying off your loans with the right balance and wisdom will allow you to keep your sanity while paying off your loans faster and safer than conventional methods.

If you haven't done so, download our special report on ways to have an extra $500 each month WITHOUT living off rice & beans, and pay off your loans even faster! By having more monthly cash flow in your life, you'll have greater financial peace today!

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The Key to Making Money Without Money

As I taught some empowering financial principles at my event this last weekend, there were lots of nuggets I was able to share. One of the hot topics was how to make more money today. Wouldn't you agree that it's much better to make money without any money?

So what is the key to making more money without any money?

I can sum up this amazing returning investment very simply:

Ideas in Action x Relationships = Wealth

It's that simple! Anything more complex than that is someone trying to sell you something different. Many believe that it takes money to make money. Whenever that has been true, you usually don't make much money because those that create that investment make more than you will.

I repeat - Those that create investments make the most money.

So how do you create an investment? 

Take your human capital (strengths, passions, education, experiences, accomplishments, values, character, etc) and use it to serve others in a way where money is the natural byproduct.

For example, every time you speak with a potential customer or client, or go in for a job interview, you are essentially offering your human capital thru a product or service where they agree to exchange money with you. The better your product, service, or resume, the more you get paid.

Money by itself has no value. It only has value as we use it to provide value for those that have the money. Even if you had to use money, applying your human capital to it will increase your returns.

Essentially, I'm saying this - If you want more money, you need to provide more value through your ideas, products, or service to more people.

If you got nothing else from this blog, that is where your focus should be; not on just making more money. Value Creation is the cause and money is only the effect.

Therefore, if you want to make more money WITHOUT money, find ways to offer more human capital to your relationships, and offer that value!

This is the surest and safest way to ensure real, lasting wealth!

How have YOU seen this work? Please comment below for others to learn as well.

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Do What You Love and the Money Will Follow?

If this statement is true, why are there so many broke people that are passionate about what they do? Is the statement "Do what you love and the money will follow" false?


Based on my experience...YES! However, that's not the whole story. Let me explain.


Passion is absolutely necessary for your business or your investments. Without it, you'll never do what it takes to be successful.

Without it, you won't master your craft.

Without it, you'll give up when the going gets tough.


However, passion alone doesn't pay your bills. Those collectors and creditors will keep calling.

You can't say to them, "Can I pay you with my passion? It's huge! I'm so excited for what I'm about to accomplish and for the people I can serve!"

Could you imagine their response to that? Maybe I should try that sometime ;)


So, how does this statement work? I like to rephrase the statement like this:


Do what you love that others love you doing, and THEN the money will follow!


You only get paid for providing value that others want. No one really cares about your passion. They care that you are passionately serving them in a way that they value.

I had a client a few years ago that was REALLY passionate about families playing model trains together. He wanted it to replace Playstations, Wii's, etc. However, families still wanted to play with their Wii's.

Fortunately, he caught on to this before investing tens of thousands of dollars into a new business. He is still passionate about the trains, but he doesn't make a huge business out of it. That's the difference!

If all of us only did what we were passionate about, we would likely be spending time with our families, vacationing, watching TV, or just staring out into the distance only disturbed by the occasional "Squirrel!"

Now that I think about it - some plasma donation centers advertise getting paid to watch a movie while they suck the plasma out of your body. So maybe it works sometimes ;)


So can we just merely do what we love and the money will follow? NO!

However, if we have the right mindset, skill sets, and market that wants what we have, then the answer is "YES!"


What's your opinion?

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