Do You Know Why Making More Money Won’t Help You?

How many of these statements do you believe are true?
• The size of your plate determines how much you eat.
• The height of your glass determines how much you drink?
• The credit limit of your credit card determines how big a balance you carry.
• The amount of money you make determines how much you spend.
They are all true.
And people who don’t believe they are true, will stay poor…and overweight.
You can deny it all you want, but the food and drink statements have been verified by scientific research time and time again. (Check out Mindless Eating by Brian Wansink, Ph.D. if you don’t believe me.)
The sad truth is…
You WILL wolf down more mashed potatoes if you put them on a large plate than you will if you put them on a small plate.
You’ll WILL gulp down more wine if you pour it into a short, wide glass than if you pour it into a tall, thin glass.
And this kind of overeating is so dangerous precisely because we refuse to admit that we can be “fooled” into eating more.
It’s powerful BECAUSE we don’t believe it…and refuse to do anything about it!
And the same is true with credit cards and how much money you spend.

If the credit card company gives you a higher limit, you will carry a higher balance. And pay them LOTS more in interest charges.

If you make more money, you will just spend more money. You won’t save any more than you did before.

So, before you invest in any online business, ask yourself, “How am I going to change my spending habits to make sure I keep the money I make?”

Otherwise, making more money won’t change how you live one bit.

You’ll still be wondering how you’re going to pay all your bills at the end of the month.

You’ll still have nothing in your savings account.

You’ll still have nothing invested.

If you think you’re ready to start making…and keeping…more money, then click below to get started with a guaranteed system.

If you’re not ready, then don’t click below! It won’t do you any good.


I wish you the best – whichever way you choose,

James Sloan