Success Is A Selling Job On Yourself

You have to sell an improved health condition to yourself.

You have to sell better improved relationships to yourself.

You have to sell a better financial condition to yourself.

It’s about selling and selling and selling a better you, to You.

Make a commitment to yourself to begin now the process of selling a Better You to yourself, every day & night of every day & night of your life.

Sell, sell and sell until you buy into it, that is, until the results show.

[affiliate link] Its Not Over Until You Win: How to Become the Person You Always Wanted to Be No Matter What the Obstacle – Les Brown.

Be enthusiastic about it.

Begin immediately!

Even as you read this, feel better.

Lock in to your image if success like and Eagle would its prey as it dives down to it.

See, in your imagination, the better version of you.

See yourself in your mind as already successful.

Feel happier.

Taste the deliciousness of the much improved relationships all around you.

Hear the ATM dishing out those clean, fresh smelling paper money for you, as you smile to yourself as enjoy the feelings of prosperity in your heart, even before the money has reached your physical hands.

Sell, baby, sell, baby, sell, baby, sell!!!

Flood that beautiful mind of yours with the health, love, success, achievements, riches, skills you would love to have everyday, as the first thing you do when you wake up to the last thing you do when you sleep.

The easiest way, what I would call The Shortcut To Success, is to become an unconscious success.

To unconsciously become ____________________________________________________________ [fill in the blank].

We do this by selling and selling and selling through self talk, affirmations (Try: “Day By Day, In Every Way, I Am Becoming Better & Better.” or “I am so happy and grateful, now that money comes to me, in large quantities, through multiple sources, on a continuous basis”), sensory visualizations, and taking control of what we think about and how we think about what we think about, again and again, directing our mind in effect directing our lives to a desired destination of our wanting.

My aim is not to give you a pump up until my next blog update, but to invite you to began to deliberately, and slowly project an image of how you would like things to be for you in your mind’s eye over and over and over and over again and again and again until it comes to you, through you.

Learn to see yourself as the [affiliate link] Deliberate Creator of your life through the thoughts you think. And one of the ways this can be done is through the Process of Autosuggestion.

(c) Musawenkosi Tshoaele, 2010. All rights reserved.

How To Kill A Rat


I can only “get up and go to work, get up and go to work, get up and go to work” for only so long.

What I need to be careful of is to avoid resentment.

Resenting the entire process of

  • waking up to my alarm clock,
  • feeling tired in the morning,
  • being broke & working for my debt with almost half my salary going to the government in taxes,
  • traffic,
  • office politics,

and the list goes on adding fuel to my self-created misery, will only lead to them increasing and expanding because all my focus is on them.

This is called the “Rat Race,” getting up going to work so that I can pay my expenses off, with me reasoning that for me to pay them off completely I must either get a second job or a job promotion.

So here I am running faster on this treadmill, getting a promotion and a higher income, that automatically makes me qualifying for more credit not caring about how the more I earn is the more I am taxed.

So even before my salary reaches my hands, the government takes its share.

I then see the money in my account but I would need to make a withdrawal based on how much debit orders are going to need for them to make a successful savage attack on my single source of already taxed earned income I receive ONCE every 4 WEEKS.

Leaving me with about 10%, if not a deficit of 10%, on my account to survive on for the next time a get paid, in a month’s time.

So here I am, living from paycheck to paycheck, while acquiring or “managing” my debt, expenses that at times exceed my income, thinking that the solution to my discomfort is working harder for my money.

Being a slave to money.

The thought of “having money working harder for me,” never entering my mind.

And being a master to money.

All the while making the rich woman richer at the expense (pun intended) of my energy and time.

I exchange my time and energy for money, because growing up that was all I heard.
“Go to school, get a job, and work hard for your money, buy more assets which in fact sit on your liability column because they take money out of your pocket – therefore sitting in someone else’s assets column.”

If I worked hard enough I can get married, buy a house, a car, have kids, buy a bigger house, and a bigger car, go on vacations (thank God for credit cards, I say to myself) and take my kids to private schools because that was the sales pitch I bought into while growing up.

Well I’m grown up now and all that was bull.

I’ve grown up now and worked my ass off on getting into the rat race faster than most people my age at the time, thinking that the rest, the “good life,” will unfold by itself with little or no effort on my part since I’ve done the “hard part.”

Think again.

It hasn’t even started.

Like being trapped in a cycle that makes “rest” & “enjoy” or catch a breather for just 2 days.

The weekend.

I knew something needed to change for change for happen.

Drowning sorrows for 2 days & going back to the 5 day battle I choose to endure come Monday.

That’s when, like a Godsend, I first discovered what Dr. Joe Vitale calls ”the escalator to life.”

The easy way to getting what I wanted in increasing quantities, on a continuous basis.

Which include having millions of sources of incomes that I setup and leave with them generating money for me whether I wake up or not.

And for me to increase this abundant flow of income I would just need to add another income stream to the multiples I already have & there I go.

No alarm clock to wake up to get up early in the morning.

No traffic.

No office rules.

No office politics.

No being broke 2 days into after just getting paid.

The only catch is the tax that I would have to pay, but if I were to do it right I might even get to keep the money that I make, with it getting taxed AFTER I’ve received it.

And that’s how I aim to kill a rat.

By attending seminars, going to workshops that train me on new skills I need to develop so that I can master the effortless ways of being a multi millionaire, all the while using my earned income from my job to create a self sustaining flow of passive income and portfolio income.

My parents spend thousands of rands getting me an education to become broke, poor and middle class

(unintentionally so, because all I was was a broke middle class working for the rich),

so it will only make sense for me to pay thousands of rands to get the education and experience I need to become rich – thousands of rands I would only get back in return through my overwhelmingly successful business & investment ventures.

And I managed to get a mentor while I was at it.

How To Kill A Rat

  1. Speak, and most importantly, to a financial planner
  2. Attract a seminar(s) per year
  3. Attract a mentor(s)
  4. Use earned income to invest in ways to learn and setup passive and portfolio incomes
  5. Read and DO EXACTLY what Think and Grow Rich
  6. Read and DO EXACTLY what Attract Money Now

because most of the time people know the path, but there’s a difference knowing the path and walking it.

Here’s to your freedom.

Have a merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and an Abundantly Prosperous New Year.

(that’s includes you too sis’ Fikile!)

Yours in grateful expectations.

© Musawenkosi Tshoaele 2009

Rich Dad…and Then Some!

“A person is limited only to his or her reality of what is possible financially.

Nothing changes until that person’s reality changes.

And a person’s financial reality will not change until he or she is willing to go beyond the fears and doubts of his or her own self-imposed limits.”

A quote by “Rich Dad” taken from Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in, That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!

(c) Musawenkosi Tshoaele, All rights reserved.