Paul here. I’m sorta like a nut case…
This is one of the first messages you’re receiving from me, so
I want to share with you some personal insights about me…
insights you would not typically disclose in one’s “About Me” website page.
After all, I would like you to allow me to serve you to the best of my ability but you need to know me and trust me a bit to take advantage of the information I have to share.
I am typically short winded when it comes to verbal discussion and long-winded when it comes to the written word…
with those words of warning,
I promise to keep this message reasonably short.
Why did I ask you to join my list, read my messages, consider my insights…
Don’t like to admit it, have not shared this with many and don’t plan to.
I am 60 years of age and fearful of the future.
Not paralyzed by it but the thought of age constraints in the workforce,
living on a pension/retirement benefits and social security really creates a sense of insecurity in me.
How about for you?
I do not have a large financial nest egg to preserve while living off the monthly income stream it produces.
I picture a happy retirement as a time to get closer to my children, grandchildren, family and friends …
not a time to have to scrape together money from part-time jobs to meagerly survive.
Sure, I know online marketing has similar characteristics to a part-time job, but,
I work for myself, not someone else.
It allows me freedom, opportunities to meet new people, and further develop my skill sets in areas necessary to create, operate and maintain a successful business.
266 words at this point…not much more for today.
I think fear has been the primary motivator for most of my life.
Perhaps not the first 10-12 years but after that… maybe so.
Peer pressures and disappointments take their toll, more on some than others.
That’s a part of my life I regret and wish would have been different.
But thinking about regrets is a useless waste of time, right?
We learn, grow and move on.
Does this resonate with you?
- A little?
- A lot?
Well if it does, you and I have at least one thing in common…fear.
Let’s deal with it and use it to our advantage.
I refuse to let fear deter me from the pursuit of my dreams…
how about you?
To your Success,
P.S. I’ll check-in with more insights about Paul soon…
…like the major screw-up I caused with my retirement savings a few years back…so embarrassing.
Thanks for reading.