A Difficult Choice

It was the last day of Ramadan 1996, I had about 1000 rupees in my pocket.

In those days learning NLP was the most dominant thought I had.

I went to a book store and saw a book about NLP, it was for Rs. 750/-

I wanted to give eidi’s to my sisters & nephews, I had no other funds available.

I decided to not buy the book.

Feeling desperate, I went home, thinking about that book the whole time.

I told my younger sister about it and how ‘expensive’ it was.

She said, “Bhiya, go back and buy that book. You can give us Eidi later”

I did.

And many years later, I had earned at least 3 million rupees by applying what I had learned from ‘just one chapter’ of that book.

And yes, my sisters & nephews got their Eidi’s much more than I could have thought at that time.

Most people remain poor because they want free knowledge but paid entertainment.

They keep re-implanting thought seeds that they can not invest to gain ‘knowledge’ BUT for entertainment – they’ll beg, borrow or steal.

They want to download free books, BUT buy movie tickets in cash.

Then they feel no motivation to read the free downloaded book or to apply the knowledge within it and wonder why life didn’t get better.

The best these people do in life is copy pasting.

They don’t get any results and rarely rise high in life .

“Bad Luck” is the excuse or better yet,۔۔۔ بندش ہے ۔۔۔ “Magic” and I say, عقل پر بندش “Magic on Wisdom”

I have learned, that if you are serious about shaping your life as you want it, there is no short cut.

You have to work, you have to plant the seeds before you can reap the fruits.

You have to pay the price first.

You have to take a chance or the ‘Bundish on Aqal” will leave you in regrets.

To open your mind, learn NLP … join my upcoming  training.

Kamran Sultan

Author: Kamran

I am a Licensed Master Trainer of NLP, a Life Coach as well as a Master Hypnotist. You will find all about me on my website. Check it out! www.kamransultan.com

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