Life is full of distractions, especially when it comes to work.
Have you ever noticed that whenever you’re trying to work that your mind naturally finds distractions?
Your mind may think of anything from what happened 5 minutes before to something that happened 5 years ago.
Anything to avoid work.
I always had this problem when I was growing up.
When I would wake up, I would tell myself that I’m going to work for hours on end and that I’m going to make some real progress today.
But no matter how much I motivated myself before working, every time I did work the distractions flooded in and pulled me away.
This went on for years and caused me to waste more time than I care to count.
Eventually, I told myself that I have to figure out a better way to keep myself from getting distracted.
I couldn’t just block out the distractions. So I had to figure out a way to stop them from getting me off track.
And that’s when I came up with the perfect solution.
Whenever a distraction was pulling me away from work, I would ask myself, “Do I want to be a millionaire, or do I want to…?”
Whatever it was that was distracting me, I just asked myself if I would trade my wealth and goals for the future to have it to put my choice in perspective.
It’s been incredibly effective and I still ask myself this question every day.
You can try it out and see for yourself.
Right now you have an opportunity to join MTTB.
MTTB is an online business system that can earn you a six figure income within a year of joining.
But to earn that you have to have to put in a lot of hard work and trust the proven MTTB system, and there will be plenty of distractions along the way.
So just ask yourself now, “Do I want to earn a six figure income from my own computer, or do I want to keep doing what I’m doing?”
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25 years sales and marketing experience rolled into one blog. James works with world's top marketing experts such as Dan Kennedy, Matt Lloyd, Perry Marshall and Chris Cardell.