They say time is money, and it’s true. Between now and 2037 you’re going to make $1,000,000 if you make $50,000 a year. Just do the math. If you make an average salary of 50K, you will have made a million dollars in 20 years. The problem is, this takes too long. You don’t want to wait until 2037 to make your million. Why should you wait? Take time and collapse it. What does it mean that time is money?
Reach into the future and pull it towards you.How do you do this? Ask yourself, “Who’s got my money?” You get paid for either knowing something or collecting something. Doctors get paid because they know. Salespeople get paid because they’re able to collect. If you don’t know things people are willing to pay for, you better be able to collect money, or you will be paid for your time for the rest of your life. What I mean by this is that you aren’t paid for your expertise, you are getting paid for either your time or for producing. You can make more money by producing then you can make working the clock. Do the math—there aren’t enough hours in the day. I don’t care if you make $200 an hour, there’s still only a limited amount of time each day. When you’re getting paid for your time, time will not be your friend—time becomes your enemy. You don’t use it, it uses you. Until you use time to start producing, and I’m talking producing at 10X levels of average, you will not have a chance at wealth. So, in order to produce, you have to be able to collect money. This involves closing people and exchanging value, moving products and services for money. This is how you reach into the future and pull it towards you.
The more you can produce, the quicker you’ll bring 2037 into today.The only question becomes, how long is it going to take you? Your million dollars is waiting (literally) for you to collect it. By the way, if you want to start collecting your money today, I’m doing a million dollar giveaway.