Financial freedom, however you want to define it, seems like the way to go – yet, why do so many not pursue it? There are millions of people, in less free countries, who would love – just the chance.
Here are 3 quick reasons why…
REASON #1: Peer pressure. Friends, neighbors, school chums, parents. They all can put a governor on your earnings ambitions. You may say, “Well, I’m doing just as well as ____fill-in-the-blank____.” You’re under the influence of what other people do and think. You shouldn’t be – you need to think for yourself. There’s no valid reason you shouldn’t pursue financial freedom – other than what’s been put upon you by other people.
REASON #2: Government programming. You were probably taught to go to school, get good grades and get a good job. It’s the government mantra to provide a never-ending supply of taxable units. It’s a model of worker bees providing for the queen. There are ways to break this programming but it takes work on your part.
REASON #3: Fear of the unknown. “Well, working for someone else is all I’ve done.” The trite saying, “Do what you fear – and fear will disappear” has to merit. Taking action makes your fear evaporate. There are over 100 million people in the home business arena, worldwide, that faced the fear of the unknown and are pursuing financial freedom. So you see, the unknown really isn’t unknown – it’s just a matter of willingness.
If there are 4 reasons – the fourth would be laziness. It’s a whole lot easier not to do anything. I’m mean, there’s that new series on Netflix, YouTube videos to watch, social posts to read and dozens of other distractions all keeping you from financial freedom. Momentum is a powerful force – especially if it’s working against you. Tip it to the other side by taking action.