In his brilliant book, Zero to One, Peter Thiel, co-founder of Paypal, says “…what makes the future distinctive and important isn’t that it hasn’t happened yet, but rather that it will be a time when the world looks different from today. In a sense, if nothing about our society changes in 100 years, then the future is over 100 years away.”
You can apply this to your own financial situation as well.
Your financial future won’t just happen. If a year from today, nothing about your financial situation has changed, you’re not really living in a “future”…you’re still in the past.
How has you financial situation changed in the last ten years?
Are you living in the future you hoped you’d be living in ten years ago?
Or are things pretty much the same as they were in the past?
If things are pretty much the same, what do you feel you need to do to insure that ten years from now you’re not still living in this same “past”?
One thing you can do is take some advice from Peter Thiel and start thinking radically differently. The main thrust of his book is that you don’t create a radically different situation by making small, cowardly, incremental changes.
You make radical change with radical new thinking and new action.
If you’re ready to do things differently, your future could be as little as 21 days away.
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How far away is your future?
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