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How to Control Your Money

In this Show

Don’t go to work to work—go to work to prosper. Control with money is a good thing. You must be a control freak. Control equals income. The more control you have, the more confident you’ll be.

The first thing to be concerned about when it comes to money is commitment. Most people don’t have enough money to begin with to even be concerned about saving it. If you don’t discipline yourself the marketplace will spank you.

Time is money and production is senior to saving. If you only have $1,000 it will only get smaller. You have to go and get more income. The shift in thought to focus on income exclusively is a game changer. How can you control your money?

1. You must commit to it.

2. Get more productive, because production equals new money.

3. Get obsessed with improving your skills.

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