Simple Math

It’s as easy as 1-2-3. What’s your primary goal right now? Whatever your answer is it will most likely involve time and or money. Let’s break it down.

We tend to think big and get disappointed when things don’t work out the way they did in our minds. Instead of focusing on the big goal and putting all that pressure on yourself, why not chop it down into pieces? It’s like eating a pizza.

Let’s say your goal is to eat a whole 6 slice pizza. Are you going to try to stuff the whole pie in your mouth or eat the slices individually? We both know what the answer is.

No matter how big and far fetched your goal it can be achieved if you simply chop it up into days or hours. Try it out. write it down. The outcome becomes more realistic as you proceed.

Say you need to lose 15 lbs in two weeks. Okay, that’s 1 lb a day for 14 days. Let’s go higher. Say you want to make 1 million dollars next year. Okay, that’s $2,740/day. Still a little scary, but less frightening than dwelling on $1,000,000. That’s a lot of zeroes, but it’s still probable.

Take what you make now and subtract it from $2740. If you aren’t making anything now then you at least need a job. You might need two or three. What’s that you say there are only 24 hours in a day. No problem.

We Have The Technology

We have the means now to make money in our sleep. Products are being purchased in the millions right now as we speak. What’s stopping you from getting a slice?

Accomplishing your goal may seem like a dream, but it’s not. You just have to do the math. It always comes back to math and science, doesn’t it?

[Feature Photo by Gayatri Malhotra on Unsplash]

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