If you asked one hundred people what it meant to be successful, you would hear one hundred very different answers. Every person has a picture in their head of what success entails that has been influenced over time by everything and anyone that has ever come in contact with them. What does success mean to you right now? For some, it’s raising children, owning a home, getting a doctorate, becoming a pilot, overcoming an obstacle, etc. The overall idea is that success means setting a goal – and making conscious decisions every day to build the life you want for yourself.
A Colombia university student with a strong passion for food decides to practice his skills by cooking for strangers inside his dorm room every night. With a capacity for no more than four people, he spends the majority of his evenings preparing a five to ten course meal for five (to include himself) and charges no more than the cost of the ingredients to dine. The same meal is never made twice to ensure his diners have an authentic experience, and to help him grow as a skilled cook. His reservation list? Booked solid for the next 6 months. Is he a successful chef? He does not own his own restaurant, run a brigade of apprentice cooks, or even make a profit. Yet at his very core he possesses all the qualities it takes to obtain all of those things if he chose to do so. He makes a choice every single day to cook, to learn and to practice his skills. He is by all parameters of the word, a successful chef. .
Financial success, like any other cannot be not be achieved in a day. It is defined by the ways in which you spend, save and invest your money on a daily basis. Steve Siebold, author of “how rich people think” believes that the secret to wealth lies within your answer to a very simple question.
“To be, or not to be rich?”
The majority of the world’s top 1% wealthiest people agree that your response is what ultimately seals your financial fate. Success is not in the finality of a dream, but in the conscious choice you make every day to achieve a goal and build the life you want.
Fast Access should be used as a tool to facilitate your future success. We help repair your credit by reporting your progress to Equifax so that you can be approved at larger financial institutions and achieve the life you want.