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Are Money Problems Keeping You Awake at Night?

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Lately, I've been hearing so much about how baby boomers can't afford to retire, how people are buried in debt, the struggles families are having just making ends meet and so on and so on. The real problem here, the big thing stopping most people is that they believe there's nothing they can do about it. They bought (no pun intended) into the idea that their paycheck is what they have to play with. I used the word play here because the more you begin to see money as a game, one which you can win, the better off you'll be. One of my successful coaching clients turned me on to this idea. He played a game with himself each day to see what new ways he could find to make money and/or save it. He's taken it a step further to his own business which is helping entrepreneurs succeed. His business is "Winning the game of Business" I've decided to start writing a series of articles, which will most likely develop into an audio or ebook, on the subject of making more money starting now. Over the course of the next few articles, I will share distinct pathways you can follow to increase your income- whether or not you have a product or service, online or off, with or without specific skills and with little or no money to begin. Sound crazy? Maybe but I'll tell you this: I've done all of these myself. Robert Allen became famous for saying he could be dropped in any city in America and within 72 hours, he would buy a property with none of his own money. I have not done that so I'm not going to write about it, however, I have been in situations, more than once, where I had to make money or starve. I learned lots of ways to do it. The key is not how you increase your income. There are hundreds or thousands of legal, ethical ways on can make more money. The real key is creating the Belief you can do it and then turning that belief into a Certainty Once you have that, you can never lose it. You will be empowered. You will be in charge of your income and earning potential and be able to stop being held hostage by a fixed income. Will you be required to do something? Of course you will. Remember, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. So, if you're tired of having someone else pulling your strings and telling you how much you earn and are ready to do something about it, stay tuned. In the meantime, to help you get started, you can download a free copy of my Wealth Wealth Without Struggle ebook here:
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Jim Donovan, is the author of several critically acclaimed self-help books, published in more than 20 countries, an inspiring motivational speaker and life coach. For a bonus gift and subscription to his "Jim's Jems" ezine visit his Web site.
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