“I knew that if I failed I wouldn’t regret that, but I knew the one thing I might regret is not trying.” —Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and CEO
Often times it is difficult to get started
on a dream that you care deeply about because of the fear of failure. I am no exception. I have been putting off my dream of becoming a multi-millionaire by creating excuses. When I was in high school it was because I was too young. In college it was because I didn’t have a job yet. Now that I have a job it has been, well I don’t have enough time.
Each one of these is an objection to my own happiness and a delay in the ultimate fruition of my financial dream. Today, I am committing to not only meeting but exceeding my income targets. If you are serious about growing your wealth and income then I urge you to make a commitment to yourself today. Comment on this post if you’d like to help hold yourself accountable, but sit down and determine what your goals and timelines are.
I first created this site to keep track of my progress and document my successes and failures for others to learn from and either emulate or avoid. Those who have already achieved financial freedom give advice on how they achieved success and what they would do differently, but it comes from the perspective that can be hard to relate for those of us just getting started. Join me in this journey and I hope you can take away something valuable through this tracking of my trial and errors.
This will be an actual accounting of not only what I am doing to achieve financial freedom, but the mindset, mistakes, and inevitable turbulence that comes along the way.