You Really Only Have One Problem…

As a coach, I’ve heard every excuse under the sun as to why people can’t succeed. Not enough time, bad relationships were holding you back, bad employees, health problems.
 
In 99% of cases, I’ve seen there is only one big problem holding you back from the success you desire. Now if you keep doing what you’ve been doing nothing is going to change. You’ll keep being frustrated; you’ll keep living paycheck to paycheck, keep going deeper into debt, and I don’t want that for you.
 

The truth is you only have one problem.

The truth is you only have one problem. Now you might be thinking oh, if I only had more time, if I only had the support of people around me, maybe you think you have health issues holding you back, or perhaps your relationships are in turmoil.
 
I’m here to tell you that if there is anything you take away from this training is to realize you don’t have a time problem or a relationship problem, or a health problem.
 

You have a money problem.

In business, cash flow is king. If you have an issue, you can hire someone to solve it or buy some software that does it for you. It’s the same in everyday life. Imagine you had a reliable source of passive income and didn’t have to work as hard as you do now. Imagine the free time this would open up for you.
 
You’d have more options in your relationships. Time to focus on your partner, on your kids. You’d eliminate the stress that causes most health problems and has the time to exercise, eat right and just treat your body right.
 

If you don’t solve the money problem, everything else falls off.

You’ll be forced to invest more and more time and focus on paying bills and debts. You’ll become limited in where you can live because of jobs and affordability. Your health will suffer as you pile on more stress.
 
Your relationships will continue to be stressed until they are ruined. Your children will lose opportunities they could have had if you just had a source of money. And it only gets worse as more debt piles on and on, making everything more expensive. The situation only gets worse as more debt piles on and on, making everything more expensive.
 
The number one reason relationships fail is finances, and the number one reason businesses fail is they run out of money.
 
Solve the money problem… And all the other problems get a heck of a lot easier.

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