So much of our happiness and success in life is determined by how we handle our careers and how we manage our finances.
Getting up to go to a job you hate five days a week for decades is not how you’ll discover your best self.
Constantly worrying about money, living paycheck to paycheck, doesn’t allow you the freedom to explore what you want out of life.
And yet many people don’t pay attention — or do the work necessary — to make the most of this critical aspect of their existence.
To find fulfilling work is to discover one of the keys to living a rewarding life. The moment you discover what it is you were put on this earth to do — when you discover your calling — is when you begin to unlock your potential.
Likewise, when you start to see money as a tool — both to get the things you and your family want out of life and to have a positive effect on those around you — rather than as a means of simple survival, you can change your world for the better.
While some of us are fortunate enough to know early on what we were meant to do, most of us have to discover our path as we go.
Through the lessons of The Theory of 5, you’ll find mentors to guide you and be able to surround yourself with those who can support you in your quest.
You’ll give yourself the best opportunity to not only succeed, but to excel in this area of your life.
And the people we choose to be around us have a massive effect on us. There’s a theory, which stands up to scrutiny, that your income will be the average of the five people closest to you — for better or worse. Friends, family and coworkers all influence our goals and our drive. Consciously deciding who is in your circle will change your life for the better.
Mentors and role models show us that we can accomplish our goals and live our dreams — because they’ve already done it.
Their experience not only teaches us intellectually how to do things, but gives us the emotional energy to know that, with hard work, drive and determination, we can get to where we desire to be.
Finding work you love and making smart choices about your financial situation will make a positive impact on every other part of your life. Through the Theory of 5, you’ll learn what to look for, both within yourself and in those around you, to make the most of your time, energy and dedication.
By finding a mentor — and then becoming a mentor to others — you’ll set yourself up on a path to success, and you’ll live the life you deserve.