What is Stopping You From Profiting $1 million Every Year?

What is stopping you from profiting 1 million dollars every year?

What is possible for one person, is usually possible for another. Especially in the business world.

Especially if we’re talking about goals like profiting a million dollars a year — that’s only a medium-size accomplishment in the grand scheme of things, isn’t it?

Many, many people have done it. And many of those people… if you met them, you’d think “well if THIS PERSON did it… surely I can”.

You know, deep down, that anything “preventing” you from reaching such a goal is most likely a self-imposed limitation, rather than a real one.

But, why do we impose these limits? Why do we “drive” with the gas and the brake on, at the same time?

I think part of the reason is that we know that the path to high profits has things in store for us that we want to avoid. Things that frighten us, anger us, disgust us… things that we wish didn’t even exist.

We know that to get to the goal, we have to go through these horrible things. So we delay our goals. We delay them, delay them, delay them. All to avoid “bad experiences”.

If you were completely fine with the horrible things that may occur on your journey toward your goal, you’d probably go a hell of a lot faster.

So here’s what you want to do:

Those things that you think are so horrible? See if you can reason your way to viewing them as “probably not too bad”.

Don’t just tell yourself it won’t be too bad. Really reason it out.

Reason your way out of anger, out of fear, out of disgust, out of contempt… and come to the logical conclusion that what you’re avoiding “probably isn’t too bad”.

Maybe you can even reach “It probably wouldn’t even be as bad as things in my life right now that I accept as normal”.

Hopefully, that helps you feel a little more confident in pursuing your goals.

– Aleksander Vitkin

Aleksander Vitkin

Aleksander Vitkin has helped over 700 people with a sincere interest in entrepreneurship and contribution, to start profitable businesses and quit their jobs.