I love the claims about how to get rich quick by following some small tip of the day that will lead you all the way to the top. Do you really want to know how all those guys that proclaim you will be wealthy by following their latest quick tip actually became successful themselves? You will not find that they got rich from following someone else’s get rich tips. They will not have made themselves billionaires from some quick scam that got millions of people to open up their wallets and send them money.
They will have a long track record of putting together the processes that draw everyone else into thinking they will get rich by watching them. They will enjoy every aspect of their work of influencing others; which gives them extremely convincing personalities. And they will have countless failures in their past from reacting impulsively until they were able to find all the pieces that worked after experiencing enough failures. These countless failures finally provide them all the guidelines to succeed, because they have learned how to work past where they are from their failures, thus setting up a future plan.
In short, they get rich in the same old fashioned way that every other successful person has. Human nature is such that everyone wants a short cut, but the system of taking shortcuts only works if you learn from all of the shortcuts how to eventually engineer your path and life to finally achieve success.
If you want to get rich, quit following the get rich claims. Success is made of patterns, and you can definitely follow the progression that makes the most successful people become so and re-create that in your life. However, it will be a shorter progression if you don’t keep over-exerting yourself and collapse, over-exert and collapse, over-exert and collapse countless times throughout your life. No matter who you are we can only handle so many collapses in our life before we lose resolve and just give up.
The best gift we can give ourselves and our children is to get out of their own way to success. Stop repeating the patterns of excess and collapse, feast and famine. Focus on how to determine what will create successful patterns in your own unique situation and for your personality, and then set up a way to enjoy the process that leads to that successful result.
Tell us a way that you enjoy a particular process in your life which will eventually lead to your success.