The Financial Matrix – Daily Dose 30
Are you trapped in the Financial Matrix?
The Financial Matrix is how the Aristocracy controls the masses by controlling capital.
The financial illiterate slave is in bondage to the financial savvy aristocrat.
You are in the Financial Matrix if you …
1. Cannot separate facts from opinions.
Seek the advice from people with results; they are the ones with the facts.
2. Don’t know why you are struggling financially.
Only what we measure and focus on grows; take full control of your finances.
3. Are stuck with your money habits.
Poor habits are easy to make and hard to break, like eating out too often.
4. Think owning a business is risky.
What used to be risky is now the safe route to financial freedom. What used to be safe in the industrial age is now the new risky; depending on someone else to provide for you.
5. Are not building a systematic business attached to your passion.
Create a business that can provide the lifestyle you want. The information age made technology accessible to the common man.
6. Are more concerned about doing than being.
The key question to ask is, who do I need to become to deserve the lifestyle I want?
7. Feel the educated should make the big bucks.
The world is fast becoming saturated with highly educated people who are at the mercy of the uneducated wealthy to provide opportunity for them. That extra credential or diploma may actually hurt instead of help you. The world needs skilled people at solving problems, not highly educated people that cannot even define what the real problem is.
Solution: Get financially fit and prosper.
Get out of the Financial Matrix by investing in your financial education!
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We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. Be a giver in a world of takers.
Be blessed and be a blessing to others
Carlos Fontana, President of Phalanx
Author of the book Priceless
Co-author of the book Follow to Lead
"The future belongs to those who can see and pursue opportunities before they are obvious."
"Those that take swift action will always leave those that don't breathing the dust."