Down to My Last $100. Really?
I hear this all the time, people indicate they are down to their last $100, or last $10.
Really? Forever. You will never have the facilities to make this sort of money again?
Sure, there might be a temporary dip in your finances and what is deemed as financial pressure, but that is something that we all have had to deal with at some point in our lives.
I remember when I was in college, building a business was an immediate reality, but I was on a limited budget. I remember selling my car to be able to go to school and borrowing my mom's Geo Tracker. I used that money to fund my domain, and then as I jumped into the PPC world.
I traveled 3 hours to earn additional income digging clams and picking oysters. I took a job cleaning rust out of bilges on old ships (which was terrible work, and probably horrible for my health).
One thing I learned early on, is that there are always ways to push your way out of adversity (even when at the very moment, it doesn't feel like it).
If you don't like your current situation, one and only one person can change that. Any ideas who that is? YOU! :)
And in all reality...
You are never down to your last $100.
That is the concept here. You can always create more money, you can always earn more money, and you can always be more resourceful with your time and money to save.
You can change your path, you can either look at life as one within constant limitations, or one within unlimited potential.
It comes down to perspective and if you don't think that the ULTRA successful haven't been in subject to failure, subject to financial hardship, and subject to the potential of losing everything, think again. That is what motivates them to this day.
There is infinite money in this world. There are infinite problems that people need to be solved. And there are 4.75 BILLION people you can connect with in the online world. The opportunities are endless.
You are not down to your last $100, unless you want to be.
I would love to hear your feedback on this topic, as I know to a certain degree we have all been in a position where this crossed our mind. How did you personally deal with it?