The Most Important Question I ask Myself Each Day

The Most Important QuestionI don’t consider most businesses businesses. They are really careers. Personally, the only kind of business I want to be involved in is one where I can generate income with or without me having anything to do with it.

Don’t get me wrong; I love what I do. In fact I don’t consider anything I do for money to be work. I also love security. Security for me comes from having freedom. Freedom means the ability to decide to do what I want to do today, tomorrow, next week. It means I can attend boxing matches. I can sit ringside. I can go to the Caribbean on a private chartered yacht.

Whatever or whenever I desire I have the financial means to do so. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not Bill Gates, but I don’t want for anything. In order to have this freedom I have got to make sure I spend the majority of my time leveraging what I do today to generate income today as well as in foreseeable future.

Here’s the most important question I ask each day: Did I do anything today that will pay me for the rest of my life? 

I suggest you ask this question of yourself every day. Most people think they own a business. I believe they really have a career. They have no equity, they have no future; just another day of work tomorrow.

Follow this site and I will help you have the only sort of business I think is worth owning; one that does not require your efforts to run and generate profits.

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