Question Asked: “Do you ever feel you are worth more than what you work for ?”

I had someone recently ask me, “Do you ever feel you are worth more than what you work for ?”  Before I go on answering that let me paint you a picture.  Lets say you work at a job for $20 an hour, working 8 hours a day average, and for 5 days.  That isn’t a bad scenario making $1600 every two weeks, but the reality isn’t so for the majority of people who are below the middle class, which in mind is the biggest group.

After taxes you’ll get roughly $1120.  Lets do another break down, that $1120 just told you in reality you now make $14 an hour.  Lets push this another notch, my era Generation X, will work from age 18 to age 70.  Fifty-two stupid working years of our lives, and most of our time is into the working a job.

Not to mention what you thought was most important in life, maybe your wife, family, kids.  Why is it that you spend more time away from what is most important to us in our lives.

For those who read my article on “We are Complete Part 1”, I mentioned that inside us all is an abundant of unlimited ideas.  What hold us back is putting a limit to something that was considered unlimited in that first place.

So to put it short to answer that question from the beginning,  our worth is unlimited to infinity, and we are major money making potential, and so goes the same with every other person out there.  Your mind is so abundant that it’s what we are thinking that has so many possibilities.  Could you really put a price on what your mind is able to do ?  I think not.

What do you think ?

 

 

 

 

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