A Labor Day Thought on Money

| September 4, 2017

Labor Day 2017…

Something to always remember: Money is what we get for the exchange of our labor.

Develop outstanding skills, you make a lot of money.

Remain stuck in status-quo, business as usual thinking, you make less.

Every person has skills unique to them.

The key is to discover them, nurture them, and fully exploit them.

Do this, and you can drive the car of your dreams…

Live in the homes of your dreams…

Have wonderful relationships and beautiful memories.

Remain stuck, well, your lifestyle is given to another.

Put simply, when you develop The Excellence Habit, you gain the power to shape your destiny.

If you want to do better… know you can do better… but have no clue what you need to do differently… sign up for our next 100 Day Excellence Habit Challenge…

Finally, one of my favorite quotes from Og Mandio.

Enjoy,

ER

“I will act now. I will act now. I will act now. Henceforth, I will repeat these words each hour, each day, everyday, until the words become as much a habit as my breathing, and the action which follows becomes as instinctive as the blinking of my eyelids. With these words I can condition my mind to perform every action necessary for my success. I will act now. I will repeat these words again and again and again. I will walk where failures fear to walk. I will work when failures seek rest. I will act now for now is all I have. Tomorrow is the day reserved for the labour of the lazy. I am not lazy. Tomorrow is the day when the failure will succeed. I am not a failure. I will act now. Success will not wait. If I delay, success will become wed to another and lost to me forever.”

“This is the time. This is the place. I am the person.”

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E. R. Haas is CEO of the TQ Smart family of web sites including ThinkTQ.com, IntentionalExcellence.com, MyBizIQ.com, MyBelieversGuide.com, MarriageWithPurpose.com and hundreds of others. E. R. is a "serial entrepreneur" and has created over 20 different businesses in software, manufacturing, finance, publishing and many other areas. He is married to Jan Haas who shares his interest in model railroading, gardening, and traveling by train. Together, they have 5 grown children, 9 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.

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