Read This to Find Out Why You’re Not a Millionaire Yet
Let's get one thing clear. A lot of people make all sorts of excuses why they're not millionaires. A lot of people say, "Well, money doesn't make you happy. You can't buy love. You can't buy fulfillment. Money doesn't matter. What matters is happiness. What matters is a sense of contentment."
Well, the problem here is that a lot of people define contentment in such a way that it robs them of accountability. Somebody could say to you, "Well, I'm with the person that I'm with because I love him or her." Fair enough.
But instead of calling that person out and holding that person to a standard and demanding accountability, you just hang on to the emotion. You just hang on to how good it feels to be around that person.
Well, it might turn out that the person is a drug addict or the person has a habit of smacking you around and giving you a black eye every once in a while. You still get that nice emotional rush from time to time, but you have allowed it to blind you to the fact that you are in an abusive relationship. Do you see what's wrong with this picture?
Similarly, you can be pumping your head with all sorts of ideas that make you feel good, but unfortunately, the last time I checked, all the good feeling and all the fuzzy emotions that flash through your mind are not going to pay the bills. They definitely won't take away the fact that the rent is still due. Do you see where I'm coming from?
A lot of people are not millionaires, although they have the capacity to become one. I'm not talking necessarily about educational attainment. I'm definitely not talking about work experience. But everybody has the potential to provide a tremendous amount of value to everybody else, and in return, society rewards them. Since our society measures value in terms of dollars and cents, don't be surprised if people who pumped out a lot of value to others become millionaires.
This is the question you should be asking yourself: What's getting in the way of me being able to live out to my fullest potential by creating a lot of value?
When you allow yourself to aspire for maximum value creation, you are able to touch a lot of people's lives in a positive way. And ultimately, this leads to you being rewarded monetarily. Now, this may not necessarily mean that you will be a millionaire, but you would definitely be more comfortable than you are now.
Also, when you make providing value to others your life's mission, you feel more complete. You feel that there is a purpose and a meaning to you waking up every single morning. At the back of your head, you feel that there's a point to everything that's happening in your life. There's this one general overarching narrative that gives you purpose. And all of this is tied to your ability to maximize the value you're giving to others.
This goes back to the question of why you're not a millionaire yet. Why is that? What is it about your current situation that prevents you, day after day, from acting according to your fullest potential? Click here to read a book that would open your eyes to the factors that hold you back and drag you down from the kind of destiny you could be living.
You have a purpose. I know it sounds crazy, I know that this seems like it comes out of left field, but this is absolutely true. There is a meaning to your life.
But unfortunately, nobody's going to give that meaning to you. It's not going to fall out of the sky somewhere. You have to find it. You have to know where to look.
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