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Barriers to Success Introduction

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This section is dedicated to become the home of a plethora of barriers for you to obtain success.

As I wrote in another post besides the below definition of “Financial Freedom”, we add extra dimensions to what it means to be rich.

“Financial freedom is the status of having enough income or wealth sufficient to pay one’s living expenses for the rest of one’s life without having to be employed or dependent on others.” – Wikipedia

To quickly sum up where we (you and I) are going from hereon and forth, then it’s a travel into what barriers you might encounter on your way to riches and how to overcome them.

It has to be fun and easy to work with and if one doesn’t fit you, then maybe another one will. The end goal here is to look for inspiration and motivation, something that sparks your interest and hooks you for the journey.

I will fill this section with your help, so, if you have any subject you would like covered I will give you my point of view of how you can go about. This way we can help each other, so feel free to comment, send me a personal message.

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…to my site and welcome to your new journey of becoming rich. Before you continue exploring the site, let me invite you to read my definition of rich. It is important you know what you are aiming for, as it is going to show in every step you take from hereon and forth.

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"It's amazing how people think 4 YEARS is a long time to succeed in a business but think it's alright to stay broke at a job for 40 YEARS."

Art Jonak