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The Big Energy Drain – Worrying About Money

Do you know how much energy worrying about money takes?  

If you are constantly worried about money, whether you can pay the rent or your mortgage payment when due, or the car payment, or the insurance, you are not alone.  As the gap between the very rich and the rest of us grows bigger in this country, more and more people are worried. 

And this worry takes a tremendous amount of energy.  Energy you could be spending on activities with your family or that improve your situation.  Energy that could be used much more productively. 

Does it feel like you will always have to worry about money?  Or perhaps, you have just given up.  You don't even try to manage your money, you just make it from paycheck to paycheck (if you have one), from bill to bill, and tackle one at a time.  Borrow from friends or family.  Sell your things when you come up short.  Buy on-line course after on-line course promising the next "get-rich-quick" scheme.

It is often said that you get what your mind focuses on.  And when all you do is worry that you won't have enough money, you probably won't.  A common reaction is to put your head in the sand, like an ostrich.  Maybe it will go away.  But, you know deep down that it will be there when you come up for a breath, if you dare.

Take control of your worry by taking control of your finances.  Get a good grasp on where you are and where you want to be.  Figure out the difference and a way to close that gap.  By joining the Zero Balance Revolution Membership site, you will be on your way to pulling your head out of the sand and facing your situation head on.  Once you begin to take control of your finances, you will begin to feel better.  You will feel empowered. 

You can do this.  Come join us and let's do it together.  With our resources and your desire you CAN win the money game - once and for all!

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