If you’re reading this, you may be wondering, “How can I change my life?” Read this story, and you will learn the #1 skill you need to change your life.
I call this style of writing DJ fiction, because it’s just like a DJ spinning records. Everything is true, but a lot of different eras of my life are mashed together to create this hybrid form of writing.
My boss called me into his office. I didn’t know if I was going to get fired. I had made a huge mistake the week before and tried to cover it up. But my boss found out on a Friday, and I beat myself up all weekend afraid of what was going to happen next.
I walked into his office. I tried to avoid eye contact. He pointed at a chair across from his desk and said, “Sit down. I need to talk to you about your future here.”
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Stepping out with faith into the unknown, and going on an adventure outside of your comfort zone, is one of the most overlooked steps on the stairway to build wealth.
I am 35 years old, and my wife is 27. When we started dating, we had some bad debt: a school and car loan totaling in the low five-figure range. That was our first goal as a dating couple: working together to get debt-free. It took us about a year of sacrificing. We went at each day with the mentality that even a McDonald’s Egg-McMuffin was a big purchase, and eventually our last debt payment was made, and we were free from debt.
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Our adventure to find the secret of inner happiness started with failure.
A couple of weekends ago, my wife and I made a mistake. We spent our entire weekend being lazy, because we thought immersing ourselves in laziness would be refreshing. So for a couple of days we laid around our home and aimlessly stared at our phones.
We watched utube, TV, and stared at our phones. We watched our social media accounts flash in front of us like they were portals into a virtual reality world of our lives. We thought this laziness would be relaxing, and make us feel good on the inside.
But we were majorly wrong.
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