Most people would like to do or create something that can help change the world.
However, average people usually don’t see themselves making a difference…but they’re wrong.
Let me explain.
You don’t have to be a genius, exceptionally talented or have a lot of money to do something great.
You simply have to believe in something and ACT on your belief.
It really is that simple.
The problem most people run into is that they allow critics or opinions of friends and family to throw them off their game. What they fail to recognize is that some of the greatest accomplishments in history came as a result of ordinary people ignoring the criticism of others.
Henry Ford is a classic example. Steven Jobs is another.
Neither Ford or Jobs had fancy college degrees but they both brought new ideas that dramatically changed the world.
Granted, there aren’t too many Fords or Jobs out there but their success couldn’t have happened without the help of many other ordinary or “normal” people like you and me.
You see, everything starts with an idea or something you see in your imagination. It may be divinely inspired or something as simple as hearing of it from a friend.
But unless that idea is shared with others, it’s just another idea that goes nowhere.
There are millions of people who will never hear some great ideas or thoughts simply because you never shared them with them.
At Financial$Matter we give you ideas every day about how the financial world operates behind the curtain. And if you’ve been reading us for a while, you’ll know that “…it’s not just about finance.”
If you’ve ever received a good idea from us, share it with a friend…it’s free. And you’ll never know how it will impact them or anyone else if you keep it to yourself.
Look at this example:
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