Have you ever considered the possibility that maybe you are in the wrong business?
A few months ago I recall buying several WSOs thinking, "Wow this method promises $$$, I'm gonna go do that!" And then I saw another, and yet another. Then I found myself pondering whether I should apply one method vs another.
I literally felt torn between the two. But then something interesting happened.
I spent some time really contemplating what I truly wanted, and I felt inspired to take a COMPLETELY unrelated action which led me to start doing what I love instead. It turned out that what I wanted had little to do with either of those two methods!
The entire time that I was torn between taking one action versus another, I was chasing money! Money literally became my master, and I became it's slave. I wasn't focusing on what I truly wanted. I was only focusing on how much money I could get, and this was coming from a sense of lack, which is not what I want to project when I do business with people.
As some of you know, I am coaching people online, and I absolutely love this work. Now that I am doing this, I have a greater sense of harmony in my life.
So if you're thinking of applying a particular method only to 'get rich' but the method doesn't really resonate with you, then could you let that go in favor of something that is far more rewarding for you?
Could you let go of depending on that particular method for your source of income? Or to be more precise, could you let go of making money your master? If you need a particular method for you to have the life you want, then you are saying your happiness rests upon the method. This is a way to make yourself a victim! And when the method 'fails' you wonder why life 'sucks'.
So what if letting go of the need to make money is necessary for you to start pursuing your dreams? And what if by doing what you absolutely love, you can contribute towards other people's lives and be richly rewarded for your efforts? What if giving/contributing is the key to having more money? (Remember, giving presupposes having, whereas needing presupposes lack.) By giving of yourself, your time and your energy you are directly contributing towards another person's life, which returns to you in the form of payment.
And what if the work that you think you want to do runs contrary to what will generate a truly rewarding income?
Maybe it is time to pursue your dreams instead.
Just a few thoughts to consider.