Sometimes getting some things done is like getting unto a moving bus. The longer you wait, the more speed the bus picks up. And there are certain buses once you miss, you might as well give up on wherever you think you are going.
What sometimes keeps you from implementing very good ideas you come up with? If money is the problem, then know this: your current financial status is a boundary, a limit which can be broken. You break it by pushing yourself to do something beyond your current financial strength. It will feel like a huge strain on your financial nerves, but with time, your financial muscles outgrow the pain and what was once a very daunting task becomes an easy eat.
This has nothing to do with using your money to purchase just about anything, it has everything to do with financing a potentially lucrative business you believe so much in.
Applying this principle of pushing yourself beyond your limit goes beyond money to include many useful habits that might seem difficult to start and sustain.
Develop this habit of constantly finding out your limit, no matter how much money you are making or where you’ve gotten to in life, and push yourself to break your limits, and keep breaking and breaking and breaking, because in reality, you have no limit.
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