Avoiding Permanent Solutions for Temporary Situations

We’ve already talked about preparing, staying focused, and being productive. Now I want to turn your attention to a moment when preparation really matters: when you hear the word “no.” There are always going to be nos, but people who understand wealth and are prepared for everything know that they can’t make permanent decisions based on temporary situations. The best example of people who let a temporary state affect their permanent state are those who give up at the first sign of “no.” That “no” is a temporary situation, but giving up is a permanent solution. Coming back from quitting is infinitely more work than if you just keep going, work through the no, and come out on the other ...

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