What is the number one worry Singaporeans have?
It’s always financial worries!
We all want to have an increase in income.
We all want to better provide for our families.
We all want to live a better life.
I can totally see why. Singapore is a pretty expensive city to live in, with prices of everything always going up.
Do you want to get rid of all your financial worries?
Do you want to get rid of the fear of not being able to afford the best for your family?
Do you want to feel good knowing that money will never be a problem in your life forever?
If so, this would definitely change your life. I guarantee it.
Now, I’m pretty certain that if you are reading this, you most probably have yet to live that kind of life, a life that has no financial worries. Also, you must be wondering, “who is this guy talking to me right now? Why should I listen to him?”
Let me introduce myself.
You see, I have a mission in life. My mission is to stop people from struggling by going down the wrong path in life.
The Problem With Our Society
Imagine you were on the MRT. Imagine it being a crowded MRT, people all just centimeters apart from each other – squeezing, pushing & stepping. Now, that you have a clearer picture, I would like you to try and recall and count the number of faces that are smiling.
Chances are, at least when I counted for myself, that 1, maybe 2 people are smiling.
What’s the problem here?
It’s simple. The fact is that most people who are currently working (or studying) do not really enjoy what they are doing. I have asked my friends and the happiest time of their days is when they end work. Isn’t that the same as other Singaporeans? Isn’t that the same as you?
It’s safe to say these people have gone down the wrong path leading to unhappiness and fulfillment. However, this is not the only thing that saddens me.
“Study hard and you will go to a good university and then get a good job.”
“You should be an engineer, a doctor or a lawyer.”
I have heard phrases like this from my parents, friends and teachers. Everyone was telling me what I should do regardless of whether I like to do it or not. I’m sure you have heard something similar to these before. This is what most Singaporean parents tell their kids and it saddens me.
The thing is, since young, I am a people’s person. I have always been interested in communication, entrepreneurship. Put me in front of a person and I will shine. However, when I finished my O levels, I took up engineering in polytechnic because everyone told me that I should.
They must be right since they have gone through this phase. This is one of the worst advice I have listened to in my life.
I hated every moment of my poly life.
I didn’t like engineering at all. The only time I enjoyed was when I was in the library. I would skip school and lectures just to go to the library. I would read books on body language, communication and business.
Soon after, I couldn’t take it anymore. I knew that continuing engineering would not make me as successful as I wanted to be. At least I can take a chance out there. So armed with all the energy and determination to make it in this world, I dropped out of poly.
The first thing I did was set up my own business, supplying computer parts to the stores in Sim Lim Square. However because I had insufficient business and financial knowledge, things started to take a turn for the worse.
When I was 23, the Asian Financial Crisis plus my poor credit management resulted in me having close to $100,000 in debt.
I was technically bankrupt.
Seeing how my other friends are earning about $3,000 a month and here I am having lost $100,000. Everyone had such high hopes for me. Starting a business seems to be the path to becoming a millionaire. I felt ashamed to see my family and friends. I felt like I was a total failure.
It was after this that I decided to learn more about finance.
I have always known that my strength was in sales, communicating with people. So I decided to join the insurance industry. I was young and inexperienced, but I believed that this would be my ticket out of debt and into a better life.
I learned everything I could from my superiors, tried everything they told me. However, after 6 months, I had 0 sales. Nothing. 6 months of hard work and yet I’ve nothing to show for.
I was then living without income for about 7 months! It came to a point where all I was thinking about was to quit. It was so bad that at times, I would give up totally and just play computer games at home.
All that changed when one of my friends recommended me some self-improvement books. From then on, my whole life changed.
Unlocking my Path to Success
I committed myself to learn all I could about my chosen profession, how to connect with clients, how to improve my communication skills, etc. Soon, I began to see the light. Things started to get better in my life.
Two years later, at 26, I was the top 1% of achievers in the insurance and financial advisory industry worldwide. I cleared all my debts and never look back since. Then at 27, I invested in 2 commercial properties in Singapore.
Now, I’m 40. I have been living my life without any financial worry for the past 4 years.
Now, let’s get on to the main question and the reason why you read this in the first place.
Why you might be sabotaging your path to success
Let me just be honest right now. The truth is, not many people can succeed in every wealth creation opportunity out there (property investing, starting a business, Forex trading, etc.)
This is not to say they don’t work. They do work tremendously. The problem is that not all methods are suitable for you.
Think about this.
Before choosing your life partner, wouldn’t you go on dates to get to know the person well and see if they complement your personality?
We listen to parents, friends, and teachers when they haven’t got the slightest clue about our unique self.
This is troubling to me because I see many Singaporeans sometimes spending their life’s fortune on something that isn’t even suitable for them. After that, you see them in their late 70s, still working very hard trying to get back what they have lost.
This is not your fault.
I was like you. I didn’t know that I was in the wrong path until my mentor pulled me out and set me on the correct path. What you need is a mentor.
Do you want to be pulled out of your current unsuccessful path and put on a successful one?
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