Excusitis: The Disease of Failures(Part-3)

I can’t afford it, this is a 3rd most common excuse. Don’t waste your energy of brain in making excuse like this.Most people use “I can’t afford it” as an excuse for being afraid to step up and work on their challenges. Those who make this type of excuse easily seem to have some other sort of excuses like” not having enough money” or “no smart brain” of their own. It is hard to be motivated if you don’t believe in yourself. If you say you can’t afford it that means you are not disciplined enough to get what you want.Find a source of discipline when you want something. We all lack discipline at times, but the difference is that people, who are wealth creator, realize the lack and seek out a way to find the discipline needed for by putting optimum efforts to make desire money by maintaining disciple of saving and investing their saved money by learning how to invest and how to grow money from money.Overcoming fear is one step in the process of accumulating wealth. Only saving doesn’t create much more wealth.Having one source of income is a bigger risk than taking a risk on doing something on your own like generating passive income source. But always remember You must have an attitude of gratitude.

Challenging your brain with mental exercise like solving puzzles or playing chess is believed to activate processes that help maintain individual brain cells. Chess needs to focus for a long time to win.Many people have jobs that keep them mentally active, but learning any new skill, or helping others for a work which needs a skill you don’t use in your daily life will help to maintain your brain sharper!!

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