" Do you know who a P.O.O.R person is? P.O.O.R people are those who are “Passing On Opportunities Repeatedly”!”
Poor, this is one of the most widely used words. This word can be understood as an abbreviation of the phrase “Passing On Opportunities Repeatedly.” Poor people are those who were unable to make it big in their life. Well, how do you think you will be able to achieve greatness if you don’t grab an opportunity that will make you great? For the opportunities to work their magic, they require work and dedication, but even before that, you first need to grab them.
Okay, let’s imagine you have a business, a new tech startup. You need funding for it. You come across a lottery that might help you fund your startup, but you pass it on — thinking that it is improbable that you will win. How do you think you will win at all if you don’t even consider it? Now you come across a financier who is a businessman and owns a food business. You think that he may not understand the concept and your vision and pass it on. Here you just lost another golden opportunity.
So, at least make sure you give it a try and do not end up regretting in the future. Opportunities will always come forward. It’s up to you to take them or pass them.
"You must achieve your financial goals in your mind before you can actually achieve them."
Our minds create conceptions even before initial ideas and project rollouts. When stocking capital in a business it’s always good to have a drive of a rough idea of what you will get in return either within the short or long term.
Financial goal setting is vital as it facilitates achieving life visions. With the right amount of financial capacity, the desires and dreams targeted are achievable in the long run.
Having the right financial goals aid in creating a roadmap that will help you achieve and keep track of the progress towards your progress. For example, if your goal is to buy a car, then have a plan on how much amount you will be able to save per month.
Setting up financial goals entails having a target achievement per a period of time, set a challenging goal outside the comfort zone, and outlining the entire accomplishment on a paper.
Don’t give up on your goal before you accomplish it rather than undertaking an action daily that will get you closer to your goal.
“Life is but a play of chance in the game of choice.”
Every human is the captain of his own life, hence we are bound to the final say on what road to follow, directions to sail to, and most importantly the choices to go for. They say opportunities and chances come once in a lifetime but the reality is we always encounter dilemmas to make choices daily.
Choices have consequences and as much as you have to weigh the benefits you can reap from an opportunity, never outlook what you can gain if you take risk of trying out the chance. To make choices, eliminate fear, and be ready to take a risk and accept the outcome.
Opportunity comes with either short or long-term benefits, while others come in hand with direct and indirect benefits hence the choices made will have an impact. For example, in the modern world, most youths were given a monetary chance; many would choose to go for vacation trips instead of investing in businesses. For those who chose vacation, you will enjoy and that’s all while for those who go for business, you find out that starting and investing in businesses is risky, but with time the profits garnered can now allow you to go for vacations.
When making choices you need neither a chicken-hearted nor faint-hearted decision-making mind rather than a firm stand.