I came up with this tagline because it very simply relates to almost all areas in ones life. See the definitions and explanations below.
What is your focus? For some it is completing the next big project for others it might be health related and as simple as drinking one less soda a day. Whatever you are looking to accomplish you need focus. A few years back I attended a sales and personal development course and one of the biggest things that stuck with me on that course was the quote “what you focus on expands.” Not sure on who first said it, but commit it to memory because it is true.
If you focus on your goals no matter how small you will achieve success. What do you want to achieve? To quit your day job? Create a passive income stream? Get healthier?Great success comes from stringing a bunch of smaller (chunked down) goals together and kicking their ass. If you stop drinking that one soda a day, your confidence will be boosted, you’ll feel better and you can cross that off your list. You are achieving your goals by focusing on one small step at a time. Take the next step towards achieving a healthy lifestyle by cutting out all soda. Focus on being healthy and try not to focus on not having something, that doesn’t always work the best.
Wealth doesn’t need to be monetary, although monetary wealth is a good thing and can provide many other opportunities in life.Wealth can beWealth for me is both monetary and time based. To have the lifestyle I want I need both of these. Money helps so I don’t have to have a job and that’s good because I’m pretty much un-employable anyways. For me having monetary wealth allows me to have time to go to the gym when I want, time to spend with my children and wife, time to relax around the pool on a Tuesday afternoon and time to garden and learn viticulture.Wealth is different for everyone, for some it is friendships, others it is possessions and still others it is lack of possessions. For some it’s having clothes and roof over their heads, while others it’s the freedom to travel. What does wealth mean to you?