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The best way to focus on you and make money

The best way to focus on you and make money is to start thinking about what you want and what you are doing. It’s not about the money, it’s about the lifestyle that comes with it.

We all have that one friend who is always complaining about how they don’t have enough time or money to do what they want.

This article will tell you the best way to focus on you and make money. It will also help you understand your own mindset and why it’s so important for your success.

I’m going to show you how to make money and have an easy life at the same time. I’ll show you how to get out of a mindset that’s keeping you stuck and stuck in the wrong place. I’ll tell you what it takes, and what it doesn’t take, to be successful in life.

I will teach you how to find your own path, live a fulfilling life doing work that matters, and a way of living that will give you the freedom to do what you want, when you want.

This is not a get-rich-quick scheme. This is not a get-rich-at-all scheme.

This is the best way I know how to focus on what matters most to you and make money at the same time.

1. Have a “why.”

You need to really think about why you want to increase your wealth. Is it because you want to pay off your debt, start your own business, or become financially independent?

Knowing your “why” will make it a whole lot easier to develop a game plan to achieve your goals. Moreover, it will keep you motivated — even if you have setbacks. And it will give you a sense of purpose, which will make you happy.

2. Pay yourself first.

The concept is outlandishly simple. As Bach writes in The Automatic Millionaire, “When you earn a dollar, the first person you pay is you.”

“What most people do when they earn a dollar is to pay everyone else first. They pay the landlord, the credit card company, the telephone company, the government …” Bach writes. And, when it’s all said and done, they take what’s leftover. Bach dubs this as being “positively financially backward.”

How much should you set aside? Well, a lot of us have been told that it should be a percentage of our income. Bach disagrees. “You should be saving the equivalent of one hour’s worth of income each day.”

To make life easier for you, here’s Bach’s formula to find out:

Last week, I worked a total of ____ hours.

I earn $____ an hour (before taxes).

Last week, I put aside $____ for my retirement.

So last week, I worked ____ hours for myself.

3. Create multiple streams of income.

Explore other ways to make money, and if you have no idea what to do, we can help you. Start here.

4. Invest. Every. Single. Day.

Put your money to work for you, if you want to invest safely and don’t know where to start, here at we can help you. Start here.

5. Change your mindset about money.

“Getting rich begins with the way you think and what you believe about making money,” writes Steve Siebold in How Rich People Think.

“The rich eventually figure out that training your mind to find solutions to difficult problems is the real secret to making money,” adds Siebold. “The good news is this is possible for anyone who conditions their mind to think this way, and then transforms thought into action.”

After hundreds of interviews, Siebold found that the wealthy use the following psychological tricks:

  • When they can’t finance an idea, “they “proceed to use other people’s money to make it happen.”
  • They set unreasonably high expectations. “No one would ever strike it rich and live their dreams without huge expectations,” he writes. “Ancient wisdom says you get what you expect, yet many people decide to limit their lives to middle-class mediocrity to protect themselves from failure.”
  • They consider earning a game, and “it’s a game they love to win,” writes Siebold. “This is the reason millionaires still go to work every day chasing their next success. Money to these people is no more than a gauge that tells them when they have achieved their latest target.”
  • The wealthy consider money “one of their greatest allies and friends.”
  • “The great ones are operating at a level of consciousness where fear doesn’t exist,” Siebold explains. “At this level of thought, anything seems possible. Every dream that seems crazy to the masses looks surprisingly doable.”
  • And, they believe that “success, fulfillment, and happiness are the natural order of existence,” Siebold writes. “This single belief drives the great ones to behave in ways that virtually guarantee their success.”

6. Think long term.

“Building wealth is a process, not an event — a process that takes discipline and a long-term outlook,” notes Anthony Isola from Nerdwallet. “You must focus on yourself, not what others are doing. Work hard and maintain a consistent approach.”

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With love and gratitude,
Marlene and Thuy

Do you want more
Money + more Time?

Hey, We are Marlene and Thuy. We want to create more MONEY + more TIME for as many individuals as possible. Our question is, will YOU be one of them?

Marlene & Thuy

Marlene and Thuy have spent over 20 years in the financial industry helping individuals with their investment, insurances, lending needs and are former Financial Planner. Since then, they’ve discovered the missing link to money freedom because as they said: “Making more money and being financially savvy won’t necessarily give you the life you want – because money goes deeper than the numbers.” When you work with Marlene and Thuy, they will guide you through the deeper inner work to remove what is keeping you from having the life that they want.

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