One of the more enlightening, concise books I have read on wealth is by Robert Shemin.
There are many great resources in my library, but this is one of the best.
Most experts will talk about the basic principles we have outlined in our site.
Whether we gather the information from Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, Harv Eker, or Napolean Hill, the core principles remain the same.
A simple three-letter word is the most glaring thing I noticed in Mr Shemin’s work.
Act now, however imperfectly.
A philosophy worth noting:
Seek excellence, not perfection.
When we get right down to it, we all find a million excuses for putting off the most important thing that needs to be done.
Often, for the urgent, but less important reasons.
We get sidetracked, and then move on to another project, of equally inferior long term importance.
Why do we continually shoot ourselves in the foot?
Perhaps fear: of failure, of success.
Sway discusses this phenomenon of having blind spots. We can easily see and point out someone else’s; but we often cannot see our own.
Begin now, today.
Most important things I can do today:
Most important things I can do tomorrow:
Most important things to get done this week:
Keep pushing the envelope, moving beyond our limiting beliefs.
Do more if we can; but at least this much.
Whatever WE personally decide is important to our individual financial health. For the well-being of our nation, evidently different rules apply.
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