Are You A Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda?

Written by Chuck & Sue DeFiore

The impetus for this article came from one ofrepparttar 40 to 50 e-mails we get each week that go like this:

"Dear Chuck & Sue,

Can you recommend a business that will help me earn $10,000 to $20,000 each month. I need to start earning this type of money as quickly as possible.


I want To Be A Millionaire By Next Tuesday"

We kid you not. We get e-mails like this everyday. They arerepparttar 117654 types we call shoulda, coulda, and woulda.

If you are a Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda, then this article is really going to tick you off. I hope it makes you angry, very angry.

Angry enough to change your ways or at least stop you from wasting your time and everybody else's.

Those that get angry see themselves all too well in this piece. They don't like being challenged. They arerepparttar 117655 people who will never do anything. They will never change.

You know who you are. You'rerepparttar 117656 person who goes to discussion boards and asks "Does Carleton Sheets work in _____". Go ahead, fill inrepparttar 117657 blank. Name a city or state. You can, of course, fill in any other name or business in place of Carleton.

You're usually answered by those of us who have been aroundrepparttar 117658 block as follows, "No, Sheets doesn't work, you do".

Not liking that answer, you move to another group and askrepparttar 117659 same question. Getting a similar response. And so on, and so on, etc.

You'rerepparttar 117660 type of person who is afraid to spend a $100 - $200 to better yourself, your financial situation, your family's situation.

You're afraid to take a risk. You need a iron clad guarantee that whatever you do will make you money. Preferably by next Tuesday.

You'rerepparttar 117661 type of person who gives great lip service torepparttar 117662 concept of it takes work. But you're unwilling to put forth any effort.

You're afraid you may fail. IT, whatever your particular IT is, will not work for you.

You'd rather continue to moan and groan about your job, your life, your finances, your ______. Go ahead, fill inrepparttar 117663 blank again. I can't begin to come up with allrepparttar 117664 things you find to complain about.

Are you getting a good look at yourself inrepparttar 117665 mirror. I hope so. I hope by now your spitting nails. If you're not, then you are probably hopeless.

If you're not spitting nails, then you should skiprepparttar 117666 rest of this article.


Because I am going to let you in on some secrets that can change you from a shoulda, coulda, woulda to an I should, I could, I would and I did person.

First, let's dispel a myth. There is no legitimate get rich quick method, short ofrepparttar 117667 lottery that I know about.

Getting rich takes hard work, perseverance and guts. It takes education. It takes a willingness to take calculated risks. It takes a willingness to fail before you succeed.

What Is A Mission Statement?

Written by Chuck and Sue DeFiore

In order to do your mission statement you need to be able to answerrepparttar following:

Why should this business exist?

Who will be its customers and how will it benefit them?

Why will they be better off?

These questions are easy to answer for Lease Purchasing. Why should it exist because it provides a creative strategy for both buyers and sellers to either move their home or get into a home in 30 days or less; saves them money, gives them more options, etc. If you don't know allrepparttar 117653 advantages by now, go back and read them in our previous newsletters. Again, who will be its customers and how will it benefit them - easy. Sellers and buyers of homes, and again allrepparttar 117654 advantages of lease purchasing for buyers and sellers. The last question, why will they be better off - again, easy, we moverepparttar 117655 sellers home in 30 days or less and get a good tenant/buyer in there who pays on time, takes care ofrepparttar 117656 property, etc.

For those of you thinking of running other than a lease purchase business you need to look at these questions and answer them very thoroughly, before you move on to your business plan.

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