The Path to Abundance

Last week I spent a bit of time in two different worlds. I was in Toronto for IGNITE, a business achievement conference put on by Richard Robbins International it was unbelievable. At the conference, I was surrounded by the most successful people in my business, and the energy reflected that everyone was dedicated to attracting success and giving before receiving.After the first day of the three day conference, I spent some time with my friends from my alma matter, the University of Toronto. Most of them are just finishing up their undergraduate degrees, and are figuring out what to do with their lives.

One of them is graduating this year and just landed an ‘awesome’ job as a researcher at a marketing firm making 40K a year plus benefits. One of them is going to do a Masters because he doesn’t know what he wants to do. Some are going to law school, because it’s what is expected of them. None of them know what they want to do.

Through speaking with a few of them one on one, it became clear that they all wanted to have a lot of money when they were thirty, but they didn’t want to work hard for it, nor did they have an idea of how to do it. They had no discipline, and no vision. They didn’t know why they wanted the money, just that they wanted it so they could have the ‘freedom’ to sit around and watch ESPN on a large screen plasma TV all day long.

I shared a message with them, one that Rich Robbins has given to me. What I shared with my friends has the potential to change their lives, and it has the potential to change yours if you grasp it. Freedom is being able to get yourself to do what you need to do when you need to do it.

For example, this past year I didn’t have the freedom to go to Italy for a month with my gorgeous girlfriend Sarah because I didn’t have the discipline to earn $200,000 in profit. Some people don’t have the freedom to play the piano, because they never had the discipline to take lessons and practice every day. Most people don’t have the freedom to send their children to a private school, drive a nice car or live in a nice home because they never had the discipline to be financially responsible.

The cool thing is that you can change this at any time. Once you make an irrevocable decision that today will not be like yesterday, you will start to do what you need to get where you want to go. I’ve made an irrevocable decision. I know that in 2007 I’ll have the freedom to continue with my dreams, because I have the discipline to build a great business.

Most people don’t success because they aren’t disciplined. Failure is errors in judgment repeated every day. Success is doing the small things every single day that will build a great business and an incredible life. Discipline is the path to abundance.

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Benjamin Bach is a Wealth Building Consultant in Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario, Canada dedicated to building wealth for his clients through smart Real Estate investments, and helping people attract success. You can read his business blog at http://www.benjaminbach.com and learn more about how to attract success into your life at his personal development blog http://attractingsuccess.wordpress.com. He loves getting emails from fans; you can send them to benjaminATbenjaminbach.com.

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2 responses to “The Path to Abundance

  1. Thank you for opening our eyes. We make decisions every day that will affect our future, and we can start now to change them.

  2. Benjamin,

    Great thoughts here and I agree with everything that you’ve said. I also believe that you need a vision for your life and to know what you’re going to do with the abundance that you receive.

    By the way, I used to be a Keller Williams agent 😉 Oh, and thanks for linking to me!

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