I could never understand people who wanted to win the lottery or earn a lot of money. Why ask for more if you already have a so much?
And now here I am, launching my own Financial Freedom Challenge and setting myself the goal to earn 10,000 euro a months by and as from 15 April 2012.
Do I need 10,000 euro a month? The answer is no, by far not. I have a very good life already and my costs of living are only a portion of that. But why then ask for so much? This has to do with a few realizations I have had lately:
- Money has to do with personal development
Most people are afraid to have money because they think it will turn them into bad persons. I on the other hand believe, that money strengthens who you are: if you are a good person, you will do more good things when you have money and if you are a bad person you will do more bad things when you have money. And who to trust more than myself that I will utilize the money in the way that I believe it is best invested and spent on so that others can benefit from it too?
- Money helps me reaching my goals on a big scale
I’d like to positively impact people’s lives by giving them new insights, inspiration, tools, opportunities e.g. in the form of financial support to get out more of their lives, to become better people and better entrepreneurs. With more money I can reach more people.
- Setting big goals keeps me focused
Most of the times when we set ourselves goals, they are small. And there will come a time when we will face an obstacle or a challenge that is bigger than our small goal. Consequently we give up.
- Therefore I rather set myself big goals so that it is worth going for them despite the obstacles and challenges on the way. Now you could of course argue, small goals – small obstacles and big goals – big obstacles, and even if this is the case, I’d rather give up because of a big obstacle than a small one.
No big obstacles on my way so I still go for my goal a 100%!
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