Fortune sides with him who dares - Virgil
This quote by Virgil stopped me in my tracks when I first read it. It is one of the most powerful six words I have ever read.
We as Humans are generally obsessed when it comes to the issue of creating wealth, but it is a small amount of them that really understand how it function.
I am an avid user of Twitter and there is a popular section of Twitter who constantly bash Billionaires, they never belief that anyone can amass such amounts of wealth legitimately.
However fortune has been proven to favour those who are brave.
As someone who has had a lot of ideas in this life, I can boldly state that it takes bravery to build anything.
We all know that moment that comes after we get an idea of what we need to do.
We spend hours thinking about all the possible ways that thing can fail.
Action Beats Meditation
There are some things that would never become clear to you until you begin to go through the process. That’s when the proverbial tyre hits the road and you are faced with various thing that you didn’t even think of.
Most of the things that you think would be hard would turn out to be easy, while the ones you thought would come easily would take more time.
In all this, the most important thing is taking action to build the right system. My friend’s dad has a proverb that he used to utter when it comes to wealth creation.
Onye wulo Ego ulo obata
If you build a house for wealth it would come in and live there. Money does not go to those who needs it, it goes to those who multiplies it.
You need to make abundance for the world, that’s the only way to get started on the road to wealth creation.
Everyone can be rich
Wealth is not exclusive to a particular set of people.
The reason that you are broke is because you haven’t learnt how to create value yet, or you already have a value but don’t know how to place a prize on it.
Any skill or knowledge that would solve people’s problem can be monetised.
If your income is 10,000 , you can increase it to 100,000. You have to realise that what you earn is not dependent on what someone decides to pay you.
There are a lot of people who think that their skillset ends at the organisation or company that they work with, but the truth is that you can make money in your free time from that skill you offer to your company.
Profiting from the hands that feed you outside work time is something a lot of people take for granted.
They fail to realise that they can even run a consulting service from what they do.
The key is knowing what to do and what to stop doing.
So let’s discuss whatever things that may be holding you back from setting wealth systems. Do you have a skill but don’t know how to go about monetising it
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I have been reading your newsletters since it's inception... It's something that has added a lot of value to me. The James Clear newsletter was the icing on the cake. I sincerely appreciate your work.
That been said, I decided to learn to use Corel Draw approximately two years ago. To be sincere, I have become good at what I do, and i have a job with a press presently doing Graphic Design. But I am not satisfied with the income I am generating from my salary and other designs I do with my spare time. I'm looking to expand my income base.
I would appreciate your insight...
Action beats Meditation
Agree strongly with that statement.
I spend too much time in idea conceptualization after "overthinking", there's no drive to Act. It can really be tiring 😔😔😔