The vicious cycle of endless tire kicking

A reader was irritated by a previous email when I criticized “endless tire kickers who can never make a decision.”

He writes:
“Where do you get the idea that everybody has the financial ability to jump on board (your training progrma) just because you think they should?”

TOM:
It isn’t a matter of what I think.

It’s a matter of what YOU think.

And *how* YOU think.

Ask yourself:
Is it that you can’t save up the money for the investment? Or that you don’t want to?

Is it that you don’t have any money at all, or that you don’t have the money for this?

If you think you don’t have any money, then how are you keeping the lights on?

There is always some money that can be re-allocated. Some waste that can be stopped. But you need to do something uncomfortable to break out of your routine and finally get somewhere else.

Otherwise it is your choice to remain in your constant routine and stay stuck.

For things to change, something has to change.

No, my training events and home study system are not free.

But they aren’t an absurd amount of money either (which makes them unlike many of the others).

My next 3-day Bootcamp Intensive is this weekend, Saturday through Monday.

So…

Do it now.

Otherwise it never will happen.

If you want a result badly enough, then you find a way.

If you don’t want the result badly enough, then you find excuses and the tire kicking continues.

‘Hope’ gets you nowhere.

Action does.

Look, I was dead broke when I started.

I borrowed the money to start learning how to invest in real estate.

Then I went on an austerity budget and worked extra J.O.B. hours to afford to learn more.

I even went as far as adjusting the withholding on my taxes to free up more money. (I am not recommending you do this, I’m only telling you what I did.)

I bent over backwards to be able to invest what I needed to into my real estate education because I wanted the outcome.

I wanted it so bad I wasn’t going to let anything get in my way.

Especially less than a couple thousand bucks.

If your child was kidnapped and you needed ransom money, you would find a way to get the money.

That’s how I felt.

And that’s how I treated it.

So I found the money and then used it to build my real estate business from the ground up.

No silver spoon.

No safety net.

No guarentees.

Just an insanely intense desire to do something on my own.

And that insanely intense desire got me focused on what I needed to do to make it happen.

Do you really want it that bad?

Then find a way and step-up here and I’ll see you this weekend:
http://TractionRealEstateMentors.com/bootcamp

Tom Zeeb
Traction Real Estate Mentors

P.S. — I’m not telling you that you need this.

I’m asking if you WANT it.

Do you really want to improve your life that bad?

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