Money Can't Buy Happiness Neither Can Struggle by Dan Lok
Money Can’t Buy Happiness – Neither Can Struggle – Dan Lok Speech – Transcript
Money doesn’t buy you happiness. Money doesn’t make you happy. Guess what? Neither does poverty.
People who say money’s not that important. They don’t have any money.
Let me ask you a question: When your family needs your help, when they need medical help, when your kids need you to put them through college, what do you need? You need money. You need money to do that.
Money is not supposed to buy you happiness. Money is supposed to give you two things and two things, only. Number one, comfort. It’s supposed to make your life more comfortable. Number two it is supposed to help you to extend the good that you do without your physical presence. That’s it. No more than that.
You cannot give coming from a place of scarcity, you can only give coming from a place of abundance.
See, money earned is nothing more than a byproduct of value creation. What does that mean? It means the more value you deliver to the marketplace, the more value you create… the more people you serve, the more money you make. It’s that simple.
It’s not about being selfish. And sometimes in life you have to be incredibly selfish in order to be incredibly generous. You can’t give when you’re lacking resources, capital, when you’ve got no money, how could you give? But imagine if you have money, how much more you could give? You can give 2 times, 3 times, 5 times 10 times more money than what you’re giving right now. Money is very important. It’s not everything but money makes the world move.
If you want to help people, if you truly want to make a difference, make the money first so you can make a difference.
It doesn’t mean you can make a difference without money, but it does mean you can make a much bigger difference with money. You can impact way more people with money.
Now you may be thinking, well, what if money changes who I am? Money doesn’t change who you are. Money is an amplifier. If you’re a jerk, guess what? More money will make you a bigger jerk. If you’re generous person, money will make you more generous. Money is an amplifier. It doesn’t change who you are. It reveals who you truly are.
I believe… here is my belief… and you don’t have to buy my belief. I believe learning how to make money, knowing how to make money, it is a gift that you should utilize to the highest degree. When it means is when you know how to make money, I believe you’re morally obligated to make as much money as you could. To create as much wealth as you could. When you could do that and you don’t, that’s on you.
Let me ask you this. If you could be healthier, should you? If you could be happier should you? If there are things that you can do to be wealthier, then should you?
When you have the opportunity to make more money, when you have the opportunity to create wealth, when you have the opportunity to create more value in the marketplace and you don’t, let me tell you this: you are ripping yourself off. You’re ripping your customers off… from the value you could provide. You’re ripping your family off from the life that you could provide for them. You’re ripping people off… if you don’t live up to your potential.
So make the money. Make the difference. Stop this fucking excuses and go make that happen.
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