This short post is about YOU…
… at least the part of YOU who dares to go beyond your own comfort zone and continually strive for new expansive experiences in life.
We’re in the middle of creating a few new ancillary (maybe better said, subsidiary) digital-product offerings by sheer “design on the fly” movement!
What that means is that while we ARE putting the same level of due diligence, critical examination, and thorough research into these products as you’ve come to expect from us via our core financial research offerings, we’re not WAITING around for consensus approval or “crowd” market demand on this new coming “stuff.”
Based off the PURPOSE of M4 Insider — to continually research and disclose underground money-growing tools and alternative wealth-building programs — we’d never expect, or want, the MAJORITY to care or see value in the first place.
We know better!
While there’s a slew of entrepreneurs who will bury their integrity and independent spirit in a heartbeat, so they can be OKAY with creating and marketing hype, sizzle and instant gratification “me too” junk, we’ll continue to take the road less crapped on:
Creating and publishing diversified, rare, and uncommon information products that actually, if put to work consistently over time, can dramatically AFFECT somebody’s ability to ACCOMPLISH and EXPERIENCE.
Like personal growth tools that “stick” (not the surface-level kind that cajole you to wish, chant, affirm, dream, and hope for your desires every day), rock-solid, grounded financial wealth is an accumulation of little things (represented by money) over time.
Without question, setting the foundation for lasting monetary (and asset) wealth DOES take time; however, doubling your money every year and having sources of passive cash-flow doesn’t!
Financial accomplishment, or the psychological effect of experiencing higher income and lower expenses, is easy once you’re willing to approach problems and opportunities in a DIFFERENT way than what you’re used to.
Take this for example: years ago it was enough to plan things out, to relentlessly analyze all possible scenarios, to sit back and ponder the possibilities of just being “better than average” — better than your fellow employee, better than what society expects, better than the next competitive product, better than the guy or gal who is wooing the girl or guy of your dreams, etc., etc.
To observe, to ask, to probe, to learn… yes, that’s certainly all very essential to gaining an edge in life; HOWEVER, it’s just not enough anymore.
As an entrepreneur or business-minded, wealth-ambitious person, you have to be different, you have to become outstanding in order to be noticed and move PAST the herd. You should look like a purple cow to attract attention, and “snap” the world into SEEING (and truly knowing) your KVP (Killer Value Proposition).
Seth Godin wrote a great book called Purple Cow. And it is all about that… how to become remarkable.
So, in our quest to continue providing you quality, personally usable information, here’s something of an amalgamation of Seth Godin-M4-inspired ways to be remarkable:
>> Always understand that you don’t have to get it right, you just have to get it going (well, thanks to Mike Litman, too, for popularizing that phrase many years ago)… whatever that “it” is for you (i.e., new business, pursuing a relationship, attracting new clients, or writing the cook book of the century). And once you get it going (moving)… then go ahead and modify, tweak, and enhance along the way.
>> Act upon your inward courage, and natural inclination, to be an iconoclastic thinker — challenge value systems, controlled processes, and anything or anybody that you KNOW (from a gut level) prevents you from expressing your opinions and your own unique ability to reason.
>> Be extreme. Shock others in some way, attract their attention and keep it. Get to the edge. The remarkability is on the edges.
>> Relinquish your need to have the world see that you’re “all together” or that there’s no strife or disharmony in your life. Because, that’s nothing more than a nice-looking, feel-good smoke-screen. Instead, find a confidante, a coach, a personal mentor who will help you be aware of what you are FEELING. Because what you’re feeling (vibrating) NOW is basically thought-energy in motion, or e-motion, which in turn causes what you experience. A coach will nudge you along to be aware of this, be honest about it, and accept responsibility for it.
>> Combine the spirit of adventure with deep thinking. In other words, don’t be normal. If you’re living from congruency (meaning that if you have conviction about X, you’re also behaving X a majority of the time), providing true value to somebody or some group, and you’re operating from the heart to affect change and growth in yourself and the people around you, who cares what others think? Being remarkable is knowing that your dreams are worth more than other people’s opinions.
When I speak to people on the phone about their challenges, dreams, habits, skill set, knowledge, lifestyle, etc., the common thread amongst all our combined solutions always has something to do with that person doing a few things that are DIFFERENT…
… a change in habit… a shift in beliefs… a commitment to stretching their imagination… a request to spend less time soaking up useless, non-purposeful knowledge and more time meeting new (and different) people.
But really, all that advice is still just a stepping stone for the big GOAL:
To earn more, work less, and enjoy life!
And, in my experience, how much somebody actually DOES that is directly proportional to how much somebody excites, energizes, involves, and disseminates with pure intention.
Very soon , again, we’ll be offering a few new product / digital-content offerings that will help with that — unique info that can help you gain greater returns out of everything you do in life, not just in the pursuit of money, wealth, or assets.
Managing Editor, M4 Insider
Barry is also the Co-Founder & Publisher of M4 Research.
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