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Brian Tracy – The Four D’s of Financial Independence

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Brian Tracy The Four D's of Financial IndependenceBrian Tracy shares his Four D’s of Financial Independence. I found really controversial when he mentioned about people who are retiring so poor and that statistics shows only 4 out of 100 attains financial independence. He mentioned two main reasons: 1) Some people never decide to retire rich. and 2) Even they have the desire to retire rich, they procrastinate until it’s too late. Very interesting topic. I’m glad I stumbled on this video at Youtube. Watch it and I can guarantee that it will not waste your time.

Video: Brian Tracy The Four D’s of Financial Independence

The Four D’s of Financial Independence

Desire – you must want it badly enough to make an unshakable commitment and be willing making sacrifices. The more intense your desire, the more likely that will overcome all the obstacle between you and your financial goal.

Decision – you must make a decision right now to do whatever is necessary and be willing to pay any price to achieve your goal. This decision is your turning point of your life.

Determination – key that you will succeed that despite the problems and obstacles you will experience

Discipline – master yourself to develop that habit necessary for achieving financial independence.

How to measure up? Brian Tracy has this test. From a scale of 1 to 10, rate yourself on these 4 questions:

  1. How intense is your desire?
  2. How intense is your decision making capabilities?
  3. How determine are you to be successful?
  4. How strong is your self discipline?

 

 
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Brian Tracy The Four D’s of Financial Independence http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgLjP2pRNaM

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