Mar
11

I’m back

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It’s been 1 whole month since I last emailed you.

I was on holiday in Japan (Tokyo) and the Philippines (Manila).

Jaz Lai in Japan

It was a fantastic trip where I experience snow for the first time.

Besides the holidays, Feb was a great month where I hit $126,000 pure profit.

Now I am laying out the system so that I can rake in monthly 6-figures consistently.

I am definitely looking forward to a profitable 2010.

In today’s blog post, I wanted to share with you a very important lesson on how I am able to achieve the success that I wanted.

“The Person Who Really Wants To Do Something Finds a Way;
The Other Person Finds An Excuse!”

If your dreams are really that important to you, you will always find a way to make them happen.

But of course, this doesn’t mean that you won’t run into obstacles or experience setbacks along the way.

Quite frankly, You might even endure your fair share of actual failures.

It’s what you do with these experiences that count!

If you sit back and say bitterly…

It just wasn’t meant to be.
I’m not meant to succeed.
Events like these wouldn’t happen to me.
I couldn’t do it no matter how hard I tried.

Then you are just buying into excuses.

Excuses so often seem like undeniable truth but not until when we stand back to look at them objectively.

Circumstances might NOT have worked for you, but how hard did you try to get around limitations and problems?

You might not have been able to do it . . . yet.

But are you going to stop here, or are you going to find a way to make it happen?

The story isn’t over until you write the words – The End –

Only your refusal to keep fighting can make your excuses come true.

Only easing up on your efforts can decrease your progress.

On the other hand, if you simply refuse to give up and keep pushing on no matter what… something good will eventually come out from it.

It might take longer that you expected.

You might feel that you’re working hard for nothing because it’s just not going to happen for you.

You might be tempted to quit a thousand times.

But if you set your mind to finding SOME way to make it work for you, you will do it.

The trick is to not get caught up in excuses and self-doubt.

Don’t base your intensity of effort on the results you’ve seen so far; give your full effort even when it seems pointless to do so.

Make it your mission to keep striving to create a better life, and you will find that you’ll have no choice but to comply with your desire.

Don’t make excuses, make it happen!

Talk soon,
Jaz Lai

P.S. I just received an email from Rob and I almost fall off my chair when see his blog.
How can one dumb little blog bank in over $3,947 per month.

Have a look at this ==> http://www.jazlai.com/go/bank.html

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