While journeying in the third world, I’ve been presented with many opportunities to help others. Most of the time I found reasons to turn away and say its someone else’s responsibility, justtifed by the fact that I simply cannot help everyone, but on ocassion the need was so complelling that I could not turn away. […]
Talor Zamir is one of those rare individuals who has the ability to inspire others to reach their true potential while he himself remains humble about his own successes.
One of these successes was in the area of Internet marketing. Talor took one of his businesses from zero to over $2.2 million in sales, as well as growing an email list of over 50,000 people in just 9 months.
I’ve been fortunate to meet Talor in person and forge a friendship that continues to this day. He kindly agreed to share his valuable time and insights with us.
It’s 6:00pm and you’ve just had another long day at work. You check through your emails one last time and notice that once again, you’ve left most of the important work unfinished.
You’re a bit stressed about some deadlines, but your increasingly growing headache from a rough day at work convinces you to retire home early.
Does this scenario sound familiar to you?
Do you ever have those weeks where you just wonder where all the hours have gone?
Do you sometimes get frustrated about not being able to focus on your most important tasks?
If so, this post is for you.
If you’d like to achieve more in life and increase your overall energy while getting work done, read on.
While sitting in a northern Brazilian beach a year ago, it hit me for the first time that I’m truly financially free. This new freedom meant that I didn’t need to look for a job upon my return to Australia. In fact, I didn’t even have to go back to Australia. I could choose to go wherever and do whatever I want on any given day.
A year later, and both my partner and I are still enjoying this ultimate gift of complete choice. I am not rich as most people think when they meet me for the first time, but I don’t need a job to keep up with my current lifestyle. The steady passive income stream I developed before and while traveling is enough to cover both of our expenses, and more.
But first, my story.
Money. We all use it. We all care about it. We all think about it.
The lack of money in our life can spark a range of emotions, from fear to frustration, to worry. We worry whether we have enough of it, or whether we spend too much of it. When the job market is poor, for example, or when the stock market crashes, we often get mad and blame the economy, or the government, or both.
What we hardly ever do about money, however, is ask ourselves where it comes from and who controls it.