Why dreamers never get rich

New day, and it’s time to fire a few shots at people. Today, the dreamers. 


No, relax, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t dream. 

Read and be informed. 

If there’s one thing I’ve seen over and over again, it’s that people who dream and visualize a lot hardly get rich and successful. 

That’s because they do just that.

They dream. They talk. They say. 

But they’re not doing. 

Once again, I’d like to emphasize this important point. There is absolutely nothing wrong with dreaming. And with imagining yourself having or doing all of these cool things that people so desperately want. In fact, I’d say that dreaming is highly necessary. 

But, if the sort of ‘dreaming’ you’re doing is scrolling on social media all day long and watching Netflix along with talking to your friends about everything that you’re supposed to do, you won’t get far. 

Because instead of taking the ample time that you’ve got on your hands and producing something, you’re giving it away to someone else. 

You could have written a book. 

You could have edited some videos for someone. 

You could have fixed broken iPhone screens and turned it into a hustle. 

But instead you swapped doing with dreaming. 

Perhaps the most dangerous swap ever. 

And something you should avoid. 

If dreams and visualizations are in the way and you struggle to start producing or working, it means your brain just ain’t ready for it yet. 

And one way to fix that is to rewire your brain into wanting to work. 

By taking [REDACTED] which you can get here: 



The reason why I’m going so hard after the dreamers is because I’ve been in the presence of a lot of them. I’m not saying everyone is like that, but there seems to be an overwhelming abundance of people who talk, dream and never seem to do anything.

Maybe they’re just wired that way or don’t prefer working.

I don’t know.

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