4 Principles For Financial Success
Based on research by Brian Tracy in America showed that 80% of millionaires in America were created by starting from scratch or do not have anything. Most of them have the same principle in obtaining their wealth. What principle?
Prior to the fourth principle, check out the statistics from research done in America Brian Tracy (Based on the statistics of insurance companies). Of the 100 people who have reached retirement age, there is only 1 person who retired with abundant, 4 people get financially independent (financially free), 15 of them living from savings that have been set aside from earlier, and 80 people remaining dependent on others.
So why retire with 80% life depend on someone else? There are 2 reasons, first, they have never decided to become wealthy, and the second, they decided to get rich but too late.
You have to really want to be free financially, you must commit yourself, with an unwavering commitment. Then you must be willing to fight and sacrifice my best to achieve financial freedom. You also have to postpone short-term pleasure for long term gain pleasure.
Invest your money to grow the business, learn, improve your skills, and to earn passive income.
The second condition is to make a decision (Decision). Decide now that you want to be free financially and want to retire with abundant life. Next you must be willing to pay anything to achieve that goal.
Remember! What you experience today is the decision of your past, while your future life is what you decide now or today.
The third requirement is that you must have determination. You must have a strong determination to achieve financial freedom into your purpose boldly accept all risks, obstacles, barriers.
Never give Up! If you fall, you must be strong to get up again. You must have self-determination and resilience to obtain financial freedom.
The fourth requirement is discipline. You have to discipline, ranging from things, actions, activities you do every day. With discipline, then you will have the habit (habits) that support for action to achieve your goals.