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A CRISIS is a Time to Gain Momentum and MONEY, Not Lose It!

There is such a good rule of life:

“Never let a good crisis go to waste.”

If you stumble and fall, then pick up what is lying on the ground.

Today we, together with the whole world, have entered a period of protracted crisis.

It is still completely unclear how and when all this will end.

However, one thing is clear — the crisis should be a time for us to “gain momentum” and earn money.

And not at all for their loss and sliding into a financial abyss.

In today’s article I will give several examples of how you can “gain momentum” in practice.

1) Take initiative (not just accept what you’re given)

As children, we were taught to always ask permission before doing anything.

We needed our parents’ permission to go for a walk outside.

Or permission from the teacher to leave the class.

Even as adults, we are forced to ask for permission.

We ask our boss to leave work early, we need permission from our spouse to come home later (to hang out with friends), etc.

Thus, we have firmly formed, as psychologists say, an “external locus of control.”

WHAT TO DO: Replace it with “internal locus of control.”

For “Winners are not judged” or 

“It is easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.”

What it means is a radical restructuring of our worldview — when we begin to believe that the quality of our lives is determined by our own choices, efforts and purposeful actions.

2) Rich people focus on opportunity

And that’s why they see them around them in incredible numbers.

Poor people focus on obstacles and therefore cannot get off the ground.

Don’t forget that we live in a world of cause and effect.

And that a chronic lack of free money is a clear symptom of what is happening “within us.”

Money is always the result (of our actions or our inaction).

Wealth is also a result, just like our health, illness and excess weight.

Successful people have a clear understanding of the right direction of movement — that is why they consistently approach their goals.

They know “why” they put in the effort every day and “why” they invest money every month.

Do you know this?

3) Rich people are focused on increasing their wealth

Low-earning people strive to increase their salaries.

If you don’t change direction, you will end up where you are going now.

Are you sure you need to keep going that way (and not the other way)?

WHAT TO DO: Find and read any book on financial literacy.

What will help you change the trajectory of your movement (directing it towards money and financial well-being).

By CashGuy

Online Money Maker

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