Today I want to talk about money.
Consider the following Market Force principle:
Intention is what produces money, money does not produce intention.
All too often we meet people who are living their lives thinking, “one day, when I have enough money, then I will focus on my intention.”
Or worse, they think “I hope I win the lottery.”
The problem with both of these approaches: you die first.
Or, in the case of the lottery winner, you lose it all and end up on a television program about lottery winners who lost all of their money because they had no intention.
Now compare these approaches to those you know who are the most prosperous.
Chances are, when you look at their lives, there was a choice point those people made to pursue their intention.
With that clarity of conviction, they began negotiating for the amount of cash they needed to make that intention a reality.
The intention provided the direction, currency became the means to get there.
If it worked for them, it can work for you.
So, what is your intention?
Invest there, and the dollars you need to make that intention happen will follow.