8 STRATEGY TO MAXIMIZE YOUR FINANCIAL INCOME

  1. Stop doing what you’re doing. We all know the saying “insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a difference result.” If you aren’t satisfied, the first thing you must do is to stop doing what you’ve been doing because it is the reason behind your financial dissatisfaction.

One great thing about life is the ability and opportunity to completely change your story and direction overnight. Regardless of your past decisions, you’re always one decision away from making the right one.
“FINANCIAL STABILITY EVOLVE DECISION MAKING”

  1. Don’t let money define you. Your self-worth has nothing to do with your finances. Whether you have a negative bank account or upto five million in your bank account, your confidence must never waiver. If in any circumstance, your financial confidence needs to increase when you are stressed so it motivate you to never feel that stress again.

“Being wealthy is a state of mind, the same with being broke. You are what defines you, not what you possess.”

  1. Start prioritizing your profits.
    When you set up your weekly schedule make sure you start with income producing activities. Of all your activities, 20 percent will account for 80 percent of your income. Figure out what those are. Really think about the top two or three things you need to do to create income. Now put those in your schedule consistently to assure you are creating income.

Constantly monitor what you’re doing to know if it is profitable. Focus on doing what you should versus what you feel. Never forget that impact drives income.

  1. Start Placing A Higher Value on Your Time.
    Time is more valuable than money. You can always get more money, but you can never get more time. It is possible to become twice as valuable, and make twice as much money in the same amount of time. There is nothing more valuable than time invested wisely. We all have the same 24 hours, and it’s what you do with them that determines everything.
  2. It’s Ok To Say No.
    Steve Jobs once said, “It’s what Apple said “no” to that ultimately made them successful.”

If you’re over-extending yourself and committing to too many things, this word will change your life. Say “no” to everything that doesn’t create income for you until you get your income to a place you feel comfortable and secure. Make a commitment to yourself that you will focus on income-producing activities versus tension-relieving activities. 

  1. Proximity Is Power.
    Most broke people hang with other broke people and they usually stay broke, together. Elevate your peer group by reaching out to those playing the game of life at a higher level than you.

Find those people because you’ll become a lot like the people you spend the most time with. Their belief systems, their ways of being and their attitudes are contagious. You’re either surrounding yourself with those who hold you accountable, or let you off the hook. Choose wisely.

  1. Stop Procrastination And Excuses. 
    Procrastination produces laziness, laziness and excuses produce poverty.
    As the excuses goes up, the bank account goes down. The best excuse makers or “validators” have the smallest bank accounts. The energy and time you spend on creative excuses is better invested in thinking of actual solutions that move your life forward. Excuses are disease and those who continue making them will continue to have money issues.
  • Shift your focus from victim to leader. Stop blaming the economy, stop blaming your past, stop blaming your boss or company, and stop thinking the world is out to get you. Charge more, switch jobs, become more valuable.
    “The moment you take responsibility for everything in your life, is the moment you can change anything in your life.”

  • The difference between ordinary income and extraordinary income is fast implementation. How quick will you get on your grind to start increasing your income? I assure you if you take these tips seriously, and want it bad enough you will create an income explosion the next couple months. I want you to realize that your bank account isn’t who you are, it’s who you were before you made the decision to focus on wealth.

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