Have you ever noticed how there seems to be a sort of glass ceiling, in terms of how much you are able to earn?
An upper limit of sorts, where try as you might, you just can’t seem to break through and move up higher?
If that’s the case with you, it could be you have your thermostat set too low.
As in: Something in your subconscious has it that amount X is basically it.
And you can try to get smarter, but that doesn’t help.
Work harder, doesn’t fix it either.
If that’s the case with you, you might have to turn up the thermostat.
This is why I like to work with people who have a big ambition.
Because when you start with a big dream or goal, it’s much easier to muster up the energy and grit to reach it.
After all, the real tragedy in life isn’t having a big goal and not reaching it.
No, the real tragedy is when you set a small goal, and you get there.
Because more often than not, reaching the small goal is where people stay stuck.
So I say, turn up the dial, raise the maximum level, turn up the thermostat.
Hot in here, isn’t it?
You want to earn $5K per month?
Nice but not good enough. Go for 10 or 20 instead.
See where you end up.
Not because of greed, mind you. After all, there’s two ways of earning well: the first is to cheat and if you read me that’s not an option for you, or by delivering so much value that you *earn* a lot.
But for that to happen, you need to start at the source: your inner world.
All change and progress comes from there.
And for all that you could do in a practical sense, doing them won’t be nearly as effective as when you first set yourself up for allowing the results when they show up in your life.
Turn up the thermostat. Little more. There you go.