“You’re a spoiled brat!”
Then she threw a glass, hit me in the leg, and split it wide open. (I still have the scar!)
And no. I’m not talking about Elena.
I’m talking about my mom!
See, that was the day I told her that our middle-class living was just a step above starving.
And that one day… I was going to be rich.
Now don’t get me wrong. My mother was an amazing woman who raised 5 kids on her own after my father passed.
But when it came to her mindset on money? She was, unfortunately, very wrong.
But regardless, I remember that day, not because of the fight with my mother…
But because that was the day I made my Millionaire Decision.
Have you made yours?
It’s the decision you make that, no matter what, you’re going to win the money game.
So, how do you know you’ve fully committed and made the decision?
It’s by doing the exact opposite of what I did.
Here’s the story…
See, a true decision is backed by action, and anything less… is just pie in the sky.
And at 16, when I made my “decision”?
I changed absolutely nothing.
Still smoking weed, stealing quarters from my part-time job at Baskin Robbins so I could play Astroids at the bowling alley…
And still doing nothing to change my life.
Now, It doesn’t make much sense when you think about it…
But it’s the #1 mistake I see a lot of people make when it comes to making a change in their life.
How many people do you know that made the “decision” to finally lose the weight… only to see them scarfing down two Big Macs a week later?
See, getting fit or becoming a millionaire sounds good… Until it’s time to work.
But, if you’ve truly made the decision to master your money and become a millionaire…
I’ve got just the thing.
The 4 Steps For Making Your Millionaire Decision a Reality
1) Remove the Blocks and Obstacles
Have you spent time analyzing your life?
Your friends, your habits, how you spend your time, and most important… How you think?
See, there’s a reason why this is step 1.
And that’s because before you can move forward, you have to look at what’s holding you back so you can ditch those things.
Are you wasting time, sleeping in, or thinking that this millionaire stuff is for someone else?
If you want to have a beautiful lawn, you have to pluck the weeds, baby!
So, analyze your “lawn” and start digging out those weeds that are choking the life out of your dreams.
2) Reinforce Your Decision Daily
So, you made the decision… Great. Now what?
You have to reinforce it!
It’s too easy to fall back into old habits, so you have to keep your eyes on your target consistently.
Look, I’m 35 years into the game, and I STILL write my goals down every day.
Once in the morning. Once before bed. And anytime I have a setback.
I’m speaking to you from experience… And it’s VITAL that you stay forward-focused and keep your eyes on the prize.
3) Economize All Activities to This Endeavor
Now, this is where you start to get dialed in and laser-focused on your goal.
You have to eat, sleep, and breathe your goal at all times. And anything else that gets in the way?
It gets the axe.
“But Grant, I deserve some time off.”
No. What you deserve …is to be rich.
To do what you want, when you want…
And to have options and choices available to you and your family.
Yes. You’ll have to sacrifice, and yes… People will start thinking you’re crazy.
But you’ll be crazy and rich, so who cares?!
4) Build Your Income Skills
If you want to build a house, you’re going to need tools, materials, and the know-how to make them work.
No tools and skills? No house.
This is when you need to master your sales game…
Expand your marketing know-how…
And dial in your money-making skills because if there’s one thing I can promise you…
It’s that nobody ever got rich without making money.
So, check it out…
If you’re ready to make your millionaire decision… Create a powerful money mindset.
And dial in your focus while building your money-making skills.
It’s a special event where we’ll dive into everything I mentioned and much more…
And it’s your opportunity to back your decision up with action.
Keeping it real,
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