She Can't Afford The Business, but Spends $80 Monthly On Comcast Cable TV |
Written by: Vaurn James
Have you ever noticed people always scream poverty regarding something that would actually benefit them, despite the perceived challenges they initially feared? Now, I was on the bus on Tuesday headed to work and on my way through the hood I noticed all these satellite TV dishes and I wondered how can they afford such a luxury despite the current global recession and any personal economic challenges low wage income earners commonly experience?
Well, it hit me that people will always prioritize their wants over their needs, because a want is a pleasurable desire people actively pursue so as to attain immediate gratification, while a need is something essential for long-term survival, but not necessarily pursued with passion (e.g. marriage). Hence, all the satellite dishes or urgency to watch cable TV online, clearly reflects that the Idiot Box isn't an essential tool, but does take precedence over essential needs (Yep, people are funny).
So, it would appear the Electronic Income Reducer (TV) or DTV has Mind-Control like abilities that affect vast numbers of its users and functions like a deadly virus that destroys the motivation to use time in a productive or more importantly, profitable manner as indicated by pursuing and achieving financial freedom. "Hey, why give up $80 a month to a multi-million dollar corporation like Comcast, when you can earn extra income for yourself with that same money and time devoted to cable TV?". It's safe to say, Comcast isn't sending its customers a monthly check during the current recession, but customers continue to pay increased service fees that make Comcast more and more profitable.
Alright, a home business opportunity versus how can I watch cable TV for free, who will win over the long run? Unfortunately, people are creatures of habit and again, pursue their "immediate wants" and later return for more of the same stimuli that keeps them so-called NORMAL.
In essence, when an individual becomes more dependent on, how can I watch cable TV on my pc, then, you know they're addicted like an addict. Ironically, two behavioral scientists conducted a study using "EEG technology to monitor brain waves during TV viewing and discovered that TV viewing effectively acts like a narcotic inducing both relaxation and passivity". "If viewing continues this leads to drowsiness, which later becomes depression, which gives way to further reason not to leave the couch". "This is what we call the cycle of addiction". Well, we now know TV is like a drug and the pushers are multi- million dollar corporations like Comcast, Time Warner, Cox TV, etc.
Now, how does one break the cycle of addiction and work towards achieving financial freedom? Well, let's look at mindset both Poverty and Millionaire. Firstly, success of anykind requires the development of a Millionaire Mindset, which is a pattern of thinking that seeks a solution to a problem. Poverty Mindset is a pattern of thinking that is entrenched in self-defeating beliefs that prevent growth. Bottom line, change your pattern of thinking and work consistently on replacing it with actions that promote success.
Okay, are you ready to change your thinking and invest your $80 in yourself? If yes, then, I invite you develop your knowledge and skills as an Attraction Marketer. To learn more, click the following: http://www.successroute.biz
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