In a perfect world, we would all have enough money. Plain and simple. We wouldn’t worry, we’d just “be.”
If you just let out an enormous sigh of disappointment because the world isn’t that way, welcome to Urbanpreneur. You fit right in! Here, we not only believe in a better world, we unapologetically shoot for the moon in our lives and businesses – knowing full well of the existence of gravity. And boy is its weight heavy. We work hard at our jobs all day long, only to come home and work even harder on ourselves, so that we can improve our life situations, and not have to work as hard in the future.
Yet even to a positive thinker, the notion of working less, or “easy money” can be unsettling. Because if things are easy, our reward feels somehow unearned, and unearned is “wrong.”
Enter: Psycho-spiritual business study. An approach we here at Urbanpreneur care deeply about sharing. Sometimes in our modern world of digital ads touting, “how to quit your job and make millions by tomorrow!” – important topics about genuine business efficiency can feel watered down – even downright seedy. In the face of life’s problems, you might find yourself thinking, how is it possible to dream, when I can’t ignore the weight of reality?
The answer is simple: You don’t have to ignore anything. In fact, the more you face – openly, and without judgement – the more you will uncover that your “dream desires” pair quite well with your everyday reality. A prime example, imagine creating a business with automated task flows that save you money (and moreover, alleviate stress!) so you can spend time with your family. How wonderful would this be? It’s not “wrong” or “impossible” unless you believe it so.
In the Urbanpreneur community we talk a lot about our belief systems, especially as they relate to past conditioning. Sometimes our egos tell us things are “wrong” because we’ve heard one too many frightening stories of failure and famine. But you can choose to believe in life’s endless possibilities. You can choose to pursue your dreams – without it rendering you “delusional.” You can choose to work less – and it doesn’t mean you have “bad” work ethic. Why? Because when work is aligned with the fire in your heart, it only fuels your motivation and ability to keep moving and improving. Sure, effort is expelled, but in a way that feels effortless. And that seems like smart business to us.