I get a lot of people tell me that they're not motivated by money. And I’m in no doubt that this may be true for a great many people. I am going to say right now that I am motivated by money, from the perspective that if I don’t earn some, who is going to pay my bills? Who is going to pay my rent? Who is going to pay for the stuff my son needs?
"It's not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for." - Robert Kiyosaki: author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad
You see, and I remember Pete the scrap metal merchant in Quadrophenia saying to the young mod Jim when he showed up at the scrap yard rather than working – “if you don’t work, you don’t get any money, and I like money” probably the most honest thing on celluloid.
I sense a challenge for you, next time you don’t consider yourself motivated by money, when Monday morning comes around, try staying at home, in fact do it for a week, when you don’t get paid for that week, how motivated will you be to go to work the following Monday? Is for the work you do or is it the reward you get following the work you’ve done?
Now how about if you could do the work once, and get paid over and over for it? Wouldn’t that be more like it? Do the work once, and then spend time with your loved ones, go on holiday and when you return there is more in your bank account than when you left, does that appeal?
Well that’s exactly what many people are discovering is possible, if you’d like to join them, chuck your email address and name in the form over to the right and you’ll be sent details of how this can be possible for people like you and me.
Still not motivated by money?