Money loves speed.
If you hang out in the same entrepreneurial circles I have, you’ve likely heard this saying more than a few times.
Basically, what it means is you need to move fast in your business. Make fast decisions. Get new team members on board fast. Fire fast. Create products fast. Launch those products fast.
Fast. Fast. Fast.
Because the faster you move … the faster you make decisions … the faster you launch things to your community …
The faster your business will grow.
Which, of course means, the more money you’ll make.
So, that MUST mean money loves speed.
Or … is it true?
Take a moment to watch and decide for yourself.
We put so much pressure on ourselves to get things done NOW — if we want a business, we want it to be successful and thriving a few months after we open our doors. If making a million dollars is our goal, we want to be making it NOW. Not tomorrow, not next week, but immediately.
But — does it follow that just because WE want everything done yesterday that everything else in our life (such as money) also worships speed?
I’d love to invite you to consider your own relationship with speed. Is it something that actually helps you keep moving forward? Or is it actually getting in your way? And, if you’re feeling brave, tell me in a comment below.
(Also, if you’re wondering about the premise of the show and exactly how you can get everything you want simply by flipping your perspective — check out the first episode here.)
If you liked this episode, you may also like my “Love-Based Money and Mindset” book — you can check it out here.
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