If you are thinking about the money, you might be tricking yourself in a weird way. I think it’s ultimately so prudent and true that when you stop thinking about how you’re going to make money, you actually start to make money.
I know it’s the weirdest thing in the world, but it’s such a true point. Start thinking about who you serve and the impact you can make. When people sense that you genuinely want to help them, that you’re invested in them, the money will come. It’s crazy to think about, but it’s the truth of it.
I’m giving you permission to stop worrying about the money. If you’re always consumed with money and how you’re going to make it, you’re not going to have any room to be concerned about the people you’re going to serve. Your product and services need to help people, to provide someone something valuable.
The more people sense that you’re excited about helping them, the more willing they are to give you money. They need to know that you care. Come up with an idea that solves the problem your audience is facing. If you come up with a way to solve their pain-point…”show me the money!” But Jerry McGuire couldn’t get the money until what? He did a selfless service. That’s when the money came.
Casey Super Tip: The more passion I show with the stuff that I give, the more money I make. If I’m not pushing through every element of it, I make less.
Money can’t succeed as a fore-runner because it’s not human, not personal.
Stop worrying about money! Think about this instead.
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