Why would you live like you’re broke when you don’t have to?
The 95% of people who fail don’t seem to be concerned about it.
They live paycheck to paycheck, spending all they make, or more than they make, and just keep on going . . .
Slaves to lenders, slaves to their jobs, slaves to money . . .
They would be much better off if they knew the truth, and lived the truth . . .
If they lived like they are broke . . .
This is another of the “Five Personal Finance Rules You Should Be Following” . . .
Live like you’re broke . . . even if you aren’t.
No matter how much money they make, set a maximum spending limit . . .
Commit – absolutely commit – to living without using credit cards . . .
What fun is any of that if there isn’t a good reason?
This is why the 95% of people who fail don’t live like they’re broke . . .
They don’t see a good reason.
As I’ve said before, taking the long-term view can make all the difference in the world.
The 95% who fail don’t see the potential, so they are not motivated to make any changes . . .
Become completely free of all loan payments in about 5-10 years, including the mortgage, then take that same money they were wasting on loan payments and invest it for themselves . . .
And in the same time they would have typically paid off a 30-year mortgage, they could have a million dollars in investments . . .
A million dollars that could potentially pay them $11,000 per month in income, without ever touching the million dollars itself . . .
Monthly income that comes in every month without ever having to go to work to get it . . .
Money working for them, instead of their having to work for money . . .
This is the potential!
And it starts today.
Live like you are broke.
The more money you can have left over every month to apply to my “No Loan Payments” plan, the faster you can make this work for you, see the potential here.
It begins with making important choices . . .
Choices that will make a huge difference for you in the long-term, and you can still have a great life now . . .
Do you really have to buy a bigger house, or can the current one do for now? Can you make some other choices that will help?
Do you really need a more expensive car, or can you make some wise choices today that will work out just fine?
What other spending choices can you make today that will have a ripple effect through your personal finances and pay huge dividends now and in the future?
A real mortgage consultant can help you with these questions . . .
Even if the answer is that you will keep your current house for a while longer, meaning that there will be no commission to receive on the new mortgage, or that you don’t buy a different car or spend too much money, thereby missing out on the paycheck from doing a mortgage refinance to get the cash for it.
A typical run-of-the-mill loan officer, on the other hand, will likely encourage you to do all of these things . . .
Because the typical run-of-the-mill loan officer does not know any better,
And you are more likely to make money for the typical run-of-the-mill loan officer on a new mortgage if you get a bigger house, a new car, or spend so much money that you need to consolidate debt with a refinance.
The bottom line for you is this . . .
Will you make wise choices today to live like you’re broke so you can have a great financial future tomorrow . . .
To be part of the 5% of people who succeed financially and become millionaires?
Or will you continue to make misguided, unwise choices today, and stay part of the 95% who fail?
It is your choice.
Make the wise choice to live like you’re broke.
You’ll thank yourself for it later.