We’ve all been there. You go to go and pay for something and… insufficient funds.
I’ve been there.
I’ve had insufficient funds to pay my mortgage and rent.
I’ve had insufficient funds to pay my electric bill.
Heck, I’ve even had insufficient funds to buy groceries.
But, I’ve also owned a house, held a job, been self-employed, traveled all over the world and owned a BMW X5, and Audi A8 and a Jaguar XJ6.
Yeah, I’ve been there, done that. Really.
What most people know about me is all the successful stuff. Multiple 6 and 7-figure earner, best-selling author, leader, blah blah blah.
What they don’t know, is sometimes the price along the road to success is to take a risk on yourself (it’s called “insufficient funds”).
I’ve bought advertising for my business instead of paying my bills.
I’ve elected to read a book or learn something online instead of going out – for months.
I’ve had a garage sale, sold my TV, borrowed money… everything you can think of (including having “insufficient funds“) to get to where I am today.
I’m not some wunderkind that had overnight success. Or “knew” someone. Or got “lucky.” I simply did whatever it took, for however long it took, to get where I am today.
Are you willing to do that? If so, I’m willing to coach you.
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