There’s a better way to double or triple your income.
I shared this simple message to close to 700 IBMC students and that is…
“Your skills, knowledge, and experience are relative to your income.”
Meaning, kung ano man ang kinikita (sahod) mo ngayon, that’s primarily based sa skills, knowledge, and experience mo in your job or business.
Unfortunately, many people think that “working harder” is what they need to do to boost their income.
So they took a second job or overtime.
Well, it may increase your income but it will burn you out. Mapapagod ka agad.
And because you’ve been working hard, you tend to forget about your health, time with your family, and even social life.
Wala ka ng oras at nabubuhay ka lang para mag-trabaho. Zombie?
Look at our public and private school teachers.
They go to school early morning, stay late at school to finish some paper work, and bring their student’s quizzes and homework to check at home.
No disrespect to them pero ano to?
They stay up late and go to work early morning.
Listen, I don’t know what you do for a living. And yes having a job is better than no job…
…but if you’re not happy with your income, you have to pause and think…”tama pa ba itong ginagawa ko?”
“Is this the best way to make money?”
“What’s a better alternative?”
“What new knowledge and skills I can develop to help me start a business?”
If you’ll think about it, the greatest teachers in the world didn’t teach us a lot but they told us to ask a question.
John F. Kennedy said…”Don’t ask what your country can do for you. Ask instead what you can do for your country?”
Martin Luther King said…”Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”
In my exclusive IBMC program, I help my students to ask questions intelligently.
The first question is “Why they want to succeed in their online business?”
Know your “BIG WHY” will motivate you to take action.
The next step is to teach them new knowledge and skills to will help them thrive in this new economy.
I teach them step by step how to create and package products that they can sell online.
Remember, we’re now in an information age. We’re moving so fast. There is a lot of new information every day.
If you’re not acquiring new knowledge and skills, don’t be surprised that your income isn’t increasing at all.
Again, your income is relative to your skills, knowledge, and experience.
The good news is, you can start studying and acquire new knowledge. Buy books, invest in seminars and programs, get a coach, and it doesn’t have to be me.
Take action and turn your new knowledge into skills.
Be consistent and you’re now gaining experience.