I’ve heard it over and over again. “I don’t have time to trade.” “I work full-time, I’m tired when I get home. I don’t have the time.” “I have kids to look after, I don’t have time to do this.” “I’m never at home in front of my computer – it’d be great to be a trader, but I can’t.”
If you are totally happy with your life, the amount of free time you have and your current income level, you don’t need to read any further.
But if you want more freedom, more income and more time…clear the excuses you’re your head and read on.
Here’s the thing. If you want something different to happen, you have to do different things. If you want to change your life but you are unwilling to do anything differently, you need to quit complaining and take a reality check!
Do you hate your job? Well, what are you doing about it? Are you learning new skills that will allow you to get a better one? Or are you sitting on your backside continuously moaning about how much you hate your job?
Nothing will change until you do.
Yes, it may mean staying up later, or getting up earlier. It may mean studying. It may mean taking a second job even. But it’s a means to an end, not a permanent lifestyle change.
Let me ask you a question…is where you are now where you want to be in a year? Five years? 10 years?
Now let me ask you this…what are you willing to do to make the changes you want to see in your life?
We have clients who have saved up for six months to join our membership programs, clients who get up at 1am in the morning to attend training webinars and mentoring calls, and clients who are working two jobs but still make time to trade – will these people be successful? You bet they will!
They are ordinary people – factory workers, medical staff, waitresses, truck drivers.
BUT what stands them apart from the rest is they are taking action towards their ideal lifestyle instead of sitting around whingeing about the government, the GFC, petrol prices, and low-paying jobs. I applaud those people who are willing to do whatever it takes to reach their goals – for that is the only way goals ever get achieved.
After seeing what these clients do on a daily basis to have a better life for themselves and their loved ones, I’m sorry, but in my opinion your excuse is just that – an excuse and not at all valid.