A good attitude is critical. That means any of the following traits need to eradicate from your natural operating system. Laziness, boredom, anger, frustration, immorality, egotism, tunnel vision or if you are fear driven, undisciplined or closed minded. During this lesson we take a close look at ourself to observe and notice. What do I sound like, look like? who am I being? What am i doing? What results do I have? How do I treat people?

It’s those of us that go deep within ourselves and transform these demons that the inquiry of mastery really becomes available.


Delayed gratification is the ability to resist the temptation for an immediate reward and wait for a later one. It is the process of scheduling the pain first, getting it over with, to then be rewarded with the pleasure. Generally speaking if you forego a short-term reward then you are likely to receive a higher payoff in the future. In this lesson exercises are given to strengthen your ability to delay gratification by altering the way you do everyday activities. If you stop operating from impulse (immediate pleasure driven desires) and become aware of your emotions, you will increase your emotional intelligence which will lead to better performance in all areas of life, especially for saving money.


By creating a better environment within yourself you are then able to attract a better environment on the outside of yourself. Delete negative self talk and start singing to a new tune. In this lesson we learn to “Tell a better story”, use positive self talk, visualisation and dream boards. We ask: What do I want my future to look like?

Positive speech and visualisation helps to promote a good attitude, keep you feeling confident and helps to transport you to where you want to go.


A higher sense of responsibility suggests you have a greater ability to effect your future and the environment around you. In this lesson we assess areas in life where we have a willingness to settle for dependency. We create an action plan to learn how to take responsibility for our own circumstances. From young we are taught not to presume responsibility for ourselves. Mum makes our lunches, mum does our washing, dad drives us around, parents pays for us. That’s a really big help when we are young but there comes a time to grow up and assume responsibility. In this lesson you will learn how to shift from dependence to independence.


Our brains are wired to keep us at a normal mental state. We spend our lives changing our clothes, our jobs, our friends but we never actually change ourselves or our lives. In this lesson we make a list and assess our current capacities in different areas of life. We then set new standard of what is possible to break out of the box. Setting new standards means we need to confront fear.

Conquer your fears one at a time and they go away leaving a new level to play on. By lowering your fear thermostat you automatically increase your capacity to experience life. By doing things out of your comfort zone you automatically increase your capacity and create a new level to play on.


In this lesson we work out ways to increase earnings and decrease spending. The key to creating a lump sum is not how much you earn but how much you save. This lesson provides a simple structure that will identify how to raise profits and lower losses while managing future spending with a budget and yearly planer.


Once you put a savings plan in place it is paramount to learn how to manage lump sums to your advantage for the future. The art to building an empire is in the keeping money and having it grow and work for you.

This lesson covers important strategies:

  • Overall cycles of the money market
  • Valuable tips and tricks
  • Effective investment strategies
  • Credit card awareness
  • What is your CRA?

We spend so long earning and working for lump sums of money but we spend no time and next to nothing on protecting it. This lesson gives general advise to build awareness and covers ways on how to protect yourself from tragedy especially if you are young because you don’t have life lessons or experience.