I still remember when I first learned about the different Cashflow Quadrants, and began looking back at my own path.
I started out, like most do in the E quadrant, as in Employee. The upside to being in this quadrant is the regular paycheck. The downside is that you’re at the mercy of your employer, they choose your hours, your wage, your vacation time, your place of work etc. This is where the majority of people are, and is also the hardest quadrant to get ahead in. Very few people ever achieve a level of financial freedom in this category, and those that do generally have the golden handcuffs on that keep them from having true freedom.
Learning About The Other Cashflow Quadrants Changed My Life
Today I had a meeting with a lady that inspired this post. I’ll continue my own story of moving through the Cashflow Quadrants after the video. Be sure to watch the video first because I share some important concepts that I believe you’ll find valuable.
Do you have a vision?
Can you describe it clearly?
Do you review it often?
Have you given up on it all together?
Perhaps this little story will help you tap back into that vision.
Do you keep a gratitude journal?
In general, human beings are pretty poor at remembering details. We forget names, and places and dates, and ideas all day long in most cases.
Keeping a journal is a great way to replace trying to remember everything, and instead just jot it down.
What’s your vision?
Do you have one?
Can you define it in a way that an 8 year old can understand?
Do you share it with others, or keep it your little secret?
Here’s a quick video to share with you why I think it’s important that you speak your vision into reality.
Which life path would you choose?
It was adopting a new perspective that led me to working from home.
And so, with that here is my list of
Who Do I Write For?
Is it possible to live in style without breaking the bank?
Can You Create Your Ideal Life By Asking Powerful Questions?
The truth is, asking yourself powerful questions is exactly how you can create your ideal life.
The problem is, most people ask themselves disempowering questions like:
Are you striving for success?
Is your goal to become rich…
From studying the reflections of so many who achieved those titles, putting the pursuit of happiness as your primary goal is a much better target.
Are you willing to fight to win?
Fighters are winners!
Those who go and do their very best when challenged always win.
Even if they lose the odd battle here and there.
Without challenges and struggles we can’t see the sweetness of our heart’s desire.
To reach the oasis of our dreams we must first clamber through the desert of uncertainty, fear, doubt and confusion.