If money and location were not an issue…
If you had the power to do anything you want with your life… anywhere you want…
Would you still be doing what you’re doing today?
If you’re anything like I was earlier in my journey, chances are you just answered:
“Hell no, Matt! My life would be 100% different if money and time weren’t an issue anymore!”
But here’s the kicker. You will forever be dependent on money… unless…
You Figure Out What You Want To Do Instead!
If there’s one thing I learned from over a decade of helping myself and others achieve financial freedom, is this:
What usually prevents people from achieving success is lacking a crystal clear, vivid image of what their end game is.”
And to be honest, creating that image is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. Scoff if you want, but let me tell you – it’s harder to figure out WHERE you want to go… than HOW to get there.
But… there is some good news:
Today’s post is GUARANTEED to help you create that mental image… and imprint it so deeply and effectively into your subconscious mind…
…that it’ll awaken a force you never knew you had within you – so powerful that you will finally be able to utilise everything you’ve learned, all of your skills, experience and knowledge – and turn them into as many dollars as your heart desires.
How? With some help from my favorite business mentor and best-selling author, James Klobasa.
As a young child, James always had a clear idea of what his perfect day as an adult would look like.
When asked by one of his school teachers to draw a picture of what he wanted to be when he grew up, James drew a picture of himself enjoying time at the beach with friends.
Based on his beach-centered “Kid Vision,” James created a life that allowed him to ditch his day job, travel and enjoy plenty of fun times in the sun, surf and sand.
In his book The Expert’s Handbook, James empowers his readers to tap into their “Kid Vision” and use it to create a business that supports a lifestyle of wealth, happiness and abundance.
Finding Your “Kid Vision”
Finding your “Kid Vision” involves reflecting on a time when you were really excited about life and figuring out what feelings drove you during that time. [Read more…]