August 8th, 2009
The other day I was talking to a fellow entrepreneur. He was giving me the “low down” on a so-called millyun-air.
Well, this millyun-air appears to be full of hot air. He has a leased Mercedes. He has a mortgage. He has a huge payroll to meet each month, he has rent to pay for his business – and being he’s in direct mail, every month he’s got to fork over a ton of dough to send out promotions.
He advertises himself as a “success” whom others should be learning from. And he’s got an 800 number to prove that he’s somehow legit (I fell for the 800# deal when I first started online, too, so I can relate) when you call him (gratis) to ask questions about his product/service.
Every financial move the guy has made has been dead wrong. And guess what he’s trying to do to fix his problem?
He’s trying to spend his way out of it. This ought to qualify him for a seat in Washington, D.C. along with all the other non-representing representatives.
Reminds me of the Mark Twain saying, which is more true today than it was 100 years ago: “Suppose you were an idiot, and suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself.”
Now, you might think there isn’t anything you can do whilst the country is being spent into oblivion – but there IS. You can start looking out for numero uno: yourself.
You can start trimming away the fat that is starving you of the life you want to lead. You can start by learning how to simultaneously get out of debt while catapulting or leap-frogging to the place you really want to be.
You’ll learn how in my new course, Think and Live Debt-Free, Forever.
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P.S. Is the “Law of Attraction” working for you in a positive way? Not if you’re in debt, my friend. Debt is rust on your magnet. Remove the rust and watch how quickly you get what you want.