How to Control Your Money
Growing up I had no control over my money. In fact, nobody I knew had control over their money because it seemed like their money had control over them. Control at it’s etymology means “against the wheel”. Think about controlling a vehicle. Your exerting your force against the wheel because the wheel wants to go in its own direction. This needs to be our mentality with money. Your money wants to go where it wants to go and you need to exert your own force over it and make your money do what you want it to do. It’s critical that I teach you how to do this today so that you have a real shot of building wealth and owning your potential.
No control. For the majority of my life I had no control over money. As a child, I didn’t know how to earn income. I didn’t have money. My parents did. I had no concept of how to earn money. Then came allowance. I would get $5 per week for doing my chores. However, I didn’t understand which specific chores caused money to show up. Was it cleaning the bathroom? Vacuuming? What was it? I still had no control over my income because I couldn’t earn more of it. Probably about the age of 10 I started helping my dad in his business. I could make more money and I had the freedom to spend it however I wanted. I had no control still, but from a different standpoint. I had no self control. I would go broke every time I got paid. This lack of financial self control followed me into my adult years.
Bad control. A person can have control of a vehicle and still suck at driving. This was me with my money from age 19–22. My lack of self control had put my wife and I in danger, caused us to be homeless, and had caused us to abandon our personal ethics just to “get by”. Realizing this made me want control. I got as controlled as I knew how. I began putting all of my money into envelopes, budgeting down to the penny, trying to save $0.03 on gas, desperately looking for coupons on everything, and trying to pay ALL of my debt off. Why is this bad control? Because it is the wrong advice. It leads to nothing but complacency and financial plateau’s. I would regularly go broke and miss opportunities on this plan.
Good control. I finally hit rock bottom and it made me realize that the information I was operating on. I came across information that was never shared with me, that should have been taught to me from day one, and it changed everything. This information taught me how to have good control over my money. The result? I began looking at my bank accounts twice per day, I began reviewing my income and expenses once per week, I began saving 40% of my income, and I began investing in myself regularly. What happened? Over the course of 3 years my income went up 17X.
I want to show you exactly what I did. It is simple, but not easy. The information is information that anyone can understand, but it takes a plan, a coach, daily education, and access to the community and resources needed to get there. I’m going to give you the education free today. Click here to download a free ebook that will give you the exact steps needed. You’ll be led to a contact form. Fill out the form and request the free e-book!
Own Your Potential,
Grant Cardone Certified Coach
Jerry Fetta helps his clients make money, keep it, and multiply it.
He believes everyone should own their potential. He believes you were not created to spend 40+ hours per week serving the 40-year-to-life sentence trading your precious time for money just to live in mediocrity.
However, the truth is that time and money must be exchanged. It just doesn’t need to be you making the exchange.
Jerry helps his clients create wealth that exchanges time and money on their behalf.
His clients see a 30% increase in income, a guaranteed increase in savings rate, and 8–12% fixed annual returns on their assets in the 1st 90 days of working with him.
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