I believe that RENDERMIND is not an expense. It is an investment.
First of all, I will tell you that you will be totally safe when making this investment because we offer you a full warranty for our program. We know that it provides you the results we promised and you will be able to receive much more for your work after you dedicate yourself to learning this method.
However, you may not have the money you need to afford it right now.
If you have to stop paying your rent, your children's education, or your healthcare plan to attend the RENDERMIND training program, now is not the time to invest in RENDERMIND.
And that is fine. You need to set your priorities and you must do this with conviction and peace in your heart.
That said, I will suggest an exercise that many of my students do to get the necessary investment to participate in RENDERMIND.
Step 1: Take two blank notebook sheets.
Step 2: List each line, starting at number 1 and ending at number 50.
Step 3: Now try to write in each topic a different and honest way that you can use to get the money to invest in RENDERMIND.
You will need to exercise your creativity and imagination here.
In each of the 50 items, you will think of a possibility that does not seem so obvious and will review your priorities.
Some alternatives may completely resolve your situation and others may not. You may find a combination of options that will allow you to get the necessary investment.
But in my experience, the real solution usually only comes when you pass the number 45.
And why is that?
Because it is when you normally stop being so obvious, and the first options are usually the most obvious ones.
Do you want an example?
Nanda Carlini, who is part of one of my high-performance groups, told me a story that illustrates this situation: when she needed to save money, she lowered the cable TV plan, cut some more expensive products off the market list, stopped drinking wines and eating expensive cheeses.
I am telling you this to show you that, if you use your imagination, you can find ways to save money in small details of your everyday life.
So, what you have to do is to list as many alternatives as you can and keep looking at the paper and looking for other options.
That's what most people do. And as they give that mission to their brains, the real opportunities start to appear.
So, do not stop until you get to number 45.
At the end of the day, I believe that those who have an abundance of creativity and the will to write this list end up finding money.
After all, those who want to really achieve a goal always persist and find a way while those who do not want to do it simply give it an excuse and give it up.