Still want to become financially free?

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Most people's main point of getting into internet marketing is to become Financially Free (remember those words?). You wanted to be able to work less hours and make more money. Most people quickly lose sight of what they want because the illusion of failure and instead they now focus on what is in front of them. The illusionary luster of failure (lack); but as we know, giving focus to what we see gives us more of it. This is why the rich gets richer and the poor gets poorer. As this happens their initial focus diminishes.

They weep and they no longer shoot for that "resonating, emotional" feeling that they initially had, that had propelled them to the point of asking for financial freedom in the first place. It's time to Rekindle NOW!

Let's get down to business (I'll make this as short as possible). So you want to become financially free? But what may be holding you back is what you now define as financial freedom. What is financial freedom to "you" anyway?

I'm not talking about wealth, wealth is only a mindset.... You are already wealthy.

FINANCIAL FREEDOM

Here we go, (simple). This isn't theoretical I speak from experience and have had multiple million dollar years. I don't see $100 dollars any different than I see $600,000 dollars. If you do then you're putting the energy of money on a scale then your imagination may think isn't obtainable.

Calculate your bills (expenses).

Let's say your total expenses were $2,000 per month. That's average $500 dollars per week out of your pocket. But what if you were to make an average of $800 dollar a week? This would total $3,200 dollars per month. That'll mean you'll have, $300 dollars extra per week. Meaning you've taken care of all of your expenses and you still have $1,200 dollars left to spend every month. Believe it or not, that is what we call financial freedom. But some of you say, "I'm not financially free because I still work for someone". That has nothing to do with becoming financially free; that has something to do with being your own boss. In which you will need to still cover your expenses and have that certain amount of money left over every month to be financially free.

Calculate your monthly expenses and pick a number over the amount you pay in expenses. Be very realistic to what you think is possible from your standpoint of where you're currently at. Would an extra $200 to $400 per week make you "feel" financially free at this moment in your life? Everyone has their own definitive number but it's all based around the same principle. Your ONLY focus should be, how do I get that income that allows me to pay my expenses and have "x" amount of extra money.

STAY FOCUSED


The next step is to stop FOCUSING your mind on those Get Rich Quick programs that promise to make you $10,000/wk or month. Completely forget those systems, they are here to throw your mind off and jumble your vibratory resonance to what you initially want. It's like you have someone you love but ever so often these short skirt wearing, beautiful women cross your path. Then your mind does a contrast between what you have and then what it is you're focusing on at that moment (I'll explain better below).

Imagine this, Imagine trying to go from, $2,000 dollars per month to $15,000 per month quickly. When you "focus" on such a huge gap of "increase", you brain sends signals to your higher mind and now it's up to you to resonate with that amount of money. But something happens; the higher mind says "How do I get from here to there".

Then as you focus on this big gap of income it starts to gravitate towards you but the problem is since it's such a big jump, life will have to make some dramatic changes to bring it to your reality which could take 5 - 30 years.

When there is a big financial gap the only way to make it possible for that to happen "immediately" is if you were to "quantum jump" (sorry can't go over that here). So keep your expectations and focus realistic. Pick a number and focus on it. It's not natural for a person to "climb" a tree and get to the top without going through the middle.

Success comes gradual with MOMENTUM.

Here's a momentum diagram that can be of use.

Regular momentum

1 - 6
6 - 14
14 - 35
35 - 80
80 - 190
190 - 290
290 - 670
670 - 1,900

Notice how the momentum picks up and you are able to do more as you have more momentum, it's plain physics.

Not like this

1 - 90
90 - 900
900 - 6,000

Makes no since. I'ts like being in a car and going from 0 - 200 in 2 seconds. That's just not natural.

Now I"m not here to block your creative minds. Nothing is impossible and to make such a huge gap you'd need a crutch of knowledge or a quick buffer of here---------to---------there.

(I'll say to the readers who come here from other sources forgive those who use bad words on this forum. As you know, it's just an expression; hopefully in the future they will use more euphemistic wording.)

Thank you all for reading, I'll appreciate any comment.
#dannygnenerate #financially #free
  • Profile picture of the author CalinDan
    I like that you took the time to set this straight for most people out there. Congrats.

    Also, I agree with you on most points especially with the fact that most people mistake Financial Freedom for Financial Independence.

    Kind regards,
    Dan
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    • Profile picture of the author dannygnenerate
      Originally Posted by CalinDan View Post

      I like that you took the time to set this straight for most people out there. Congrats.

      Also, I agree with you on most points especially with the fact that most people mistake Financial Freedom for Financial Independence.

      Kind regards,
      Dan
      Thank you for the response and you're correct that is something that people tend to over look.

      Much appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
    I have a different definition... financial freedom is having the financial ability
    to do what you want, when you want, where you want... and having the time
    to do it.

    Financial freedom is of no use to me without the personal time freedom to enjoy it.
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    • Profile picture of the author sunray
      Originally Posted by Tsnyder View Post

      I have a different definition... financial freedom is having the financial ability
      to do what you want, when you want, where you want... and having the time
      to do it.

      Financial freedom is of no use to me without the personal time freedom to enjoy it.
      Exactly. Financial freedom means enough money for all your expences on a sustainable basis without having to give any time regularily to get this income. Even if your income reqires you to work 2 hours a day, you are not financially free.
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    • Profile picture of the author dannygnenerate
      Originally Posted by Tsnyder View Post

      I have a different definition... financial freedom is having the financial ability
      to do what you want, when you want, where you want... and having the time
      to do it.

      Financial freedom is of no use to me without the personal time freedom to enjoy it.
      Time has nothing to do with finances (it's an after effect to having it though). People mend time with money and they get a bitter definition. Time is freedom, in a different way, Money is freedom, in a different way. You're right though, what you want, when you want and where you want is great but isn't directly connected with money but I understand what you're saying but what you're defining is touch on abundance in general; the ability to do what you need to do when you need to do it (time included).

      Financial Freedom is only germane to finances anything that happens as the effect of becoming financially free is just an after effect. Remember, being financially free opens up more possibility to have more time. Can you imagine having all the time in the universe without a nickel to spend. They work hand and hand.

      Financial freedom is just a definition though and your definition is correct as all definitions are subjective.

      Thank you for responding.
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      • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
        Originally Posted by dannygnenerate View Post

        Time has nothing to do with finances (it's an after effect to having it though). People mend time with money and they get a bitter definition. Time is freedom, in a different way, Money is freedom, in a different way. You're right though, what you want, when you want and where you want is great but isn't directly connected with money but I understand what you're saying but what you're defining is touch on abundance in general; the ability to do what you need to do when you need to do it (time included).

        Financial Freedom is only germane to finances anything that happens as the effect of becoming financially free is just an after effect. Remember, being financially free opens up more possibility to have more time. Can you imagine having all the time in the universe without a nickel to spend. They work hand and hand.

        Financial freedom is just a definition though and your definition is correct as all definitions are subjective.

        Thank you for responding.
        I understand all that... and don't disagree in principal.

        My view is that one without the other is of little use. I know plenty
        of people who have all the time in the world but no money to enjoy
        it. I also know plenty of people many would consider financially well
        off who don't have time to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Neither of
        them is particularly happy with their lives.

        To focus on either is like trying to row a boat with only one oar
        in the water... you go around in circles.
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        • Profile picture of the author dannygnenerate
          Originally Posted by Tsnyder View Post

          I understand all that... and don't disagree in principal.

          My view is that one without the other is of little use. I know plenty
          of people who have all the time in the world but no money to enjoy
          it. I also know plenty of people many would consider financially well
          off who don't have time to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Neither of
          them is particularly happy with their lives.

          To focus on either is like trying to row a boat with only one oar
          in the water... you go around in circles.
          Yes you're correct but I would think the person who wants financial freedom wants it to much easier reach the point where they have more time (just one effect). It's not really financial freedom what they the want, it's what those finances can bring.

          As you and I already both know, it's not the money but what the money can bring, rather it's more time, vacation, a new car, investment etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author KenThompson
    Hey Danny,

    "Believe it or not, that is what we call financial freedom. But some of you say, "I'm not financially free because I still work for someone"."

    I firmly believe all those sales letters that plant the seed or desire that working 4 hrs a day, or week, or creating "passive" income that allows one to stop working are doing a grave disservice.

    Work, or perhaps doing what you do in exchange for money, is much more. It's far healthier to be engaged in life, to work. Idleness or being on a permanent vacation is a personal choice. But ultimately it robs a person of feeling they have some value or contribute value to our home which is the world.

    Imagine if you made enough money so you could sit back on the beach for the rest of your life? When you're on your death bed, you may reflect on all the things you could have accomplished.

    Work is just a word to describe something that gives or creates value for a lot of people including your self.

    Your momentum diagram could also be thought of from the perspective of time - days. Keep doing what you're doing, and in a short amount of time you'll have momentum.

    Regular momentum

    1 - 6
    6 - 14
    14 - 35
    35 - 80
    80 - 190
    190 - 290
    290 - 670
    670 - 1,900
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    • Profile picture of the author dannygnenerate
      Originally Posted by KenThompson View Post

      Hey Danny,

      "Believe it or not, that is what we call financial freedom. But some of you say, "I'm not financially free because I still work for someone"."

      I firmly believe all those sales letters that plant the seed or desire that working 4 hrs a day, or week, or creating "passive" income that allows one to stop working are doing a grave disservice.

      Work, or perhaps doing what you do in exchange for money, is much more. It's far healthier to be engaged in life, to work. Idleness or being on a permanent vacation is a personal choice. But ultimately it robs a person of feeling they have some value or contribute value to our home which is the world.

      Imagine if you made enough money so you could sit back on the beach for the rest of your life? When you're on your death bed, you may reflect on all the things you could have accomplished.

      Work is just a word to describe something that gives or creates value for a lot of people including your self.

      Your momentum diagram could also be thought of from the perspective of time - days. Keep doing what you're doing, and in a short amount of time you'll have momentum.

      Regular momentum

      1 - 6
      6 - 14
      14 - 35
      35 - 80
      80 - 190
      190 - 290
      290 - 670
      670 - 1,900
      Thank you and I totally agree with you and of course I'm never applying that you can't have financial freedom working for an employer, many do. You're on point with everything you're saying. I'll also like to note that I'm not speaking theoretical and never do. I've had million dollar years and as I've said before I view money differently than most and it's mainly because of my perspective. Vantage point means everything.

      Thank you for your awesome response.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomYevsikov
    I never thought about it this way actually..

    great post, I'll share it.
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    • Profile picture of the author dannygnenerate
      Originally Posted by TomYevsikov View Post

      I never thought about it this way actually..

      great post, I'll share it.
      Thank you Tom, very much appreciated.
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