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  • Writer's pictureNour Boustani


Have you wondered why few people have it all while the most suffer to get any? I asked myself that question five years ago, and I think I might have found some answers. In this article, I will give you a framework that will transform your life from being broke or struggling to becoming financially independent and confident about yourself and your future. There are a lot of misleading books and fake information about how to achieve success or how to get rich; today, we will ignore all the nonsense and follow a practical approach to prosperity and success.

You need to separate yourself from 95% of the people and drive yourself to the top as fast as possible. When you follow the masses or what they observe, you get the same results as the public, below average. It’s simple; the same input equals the same output. Most successful people don’t follow what the public does or get their education and information from the same source; they have developed a mental model and tools to separate them from the noise and get them to their goal. There are three key areas to focus on in the next two years of your life: your mind, personal image, and relationships, and the outcomes of these three areas will cause success in the fourth area, which is your financial wealth. These four have to work hand in hand as a system to create a complete version of you; there is no point in being smart but broke, and it’s not attractive to be rich but an idiot, out of style, or lacking a healthy lifestyle and body. The people who get the four aspects balanced and aligned become a source of attraction; they develop a stable version of themselves and allow opportunities to present themselves to them instead of being desperate. The blueprint I will talk about isn’t for everyone, and that’s fine; it shouldn’t be; if it works for you, take it and apply it, don’t be picky about it; just do it! It worked nicely for me and got me to financial freedom, and it should get you close enough.

The four key areas to achieving a balanced financial freedom 1. Your Mind It’s the most powerful tool in your body; it controls your actions, attitude, and future; your life reflects your mental health and strength; your priority is to strengthen and enlighten it. Here are a few things to focus on: 1. Eliminate reading, listening to, or following most, if not all gurus, influencers, and non-fiction books; instead, focus on reading successful people’s biographies and reverse engineer how they achieved success in real-life. 2. Cut all the news and nonsense media stuff. 3. Take courses in different categories and teach your brain to solve problems through creativity. A superb source is 4. Only master and invest in skills that directly impact your income. 5. Watch crime-related reality shows and movies such as The Sopranos, Peaky Blinders, Money Heist, Blacklist, Inventing Anna, and similar shows; this genre of T.V. Shows teaches you how to develop a street-smart mastermind. 6. Avoid negative and discouraging people at any cost. 7. Force your brain to get out of its comfort zone, take calculated risks, and accept challenging opportunities. 8. Avoid adopting the ideal or perfectionist mindset; instead, focus on practicality and results.

2. Your Image The first thing that attracts people to you is your overall image. To make your life easier, you must take consistent care of yourself; few people want to do business with a disorganized or poorly presented person. Here are a few things to focus on: 1. Exercise half an hour a day for five days a week; the goal is to strengthen your body and feel better about your posture and physical presence. 2. Stick to a healthy diet that eliminates alcohol, sugar, and carbs; the Keto diet is one of the best options to go with in the long run. 3. Take care of your hygiene; looking and smelling clean matters a lot when you want to deal with respected clients. 4. Wear decent clothes that reflect your style; they don’t have to be expensive but have to give you a personality. If your clothes look old, it’s time to change them; if your current style looks outdated, try a new one. Look polished, clean, and up to date.

3. Your Relationships The proper relations can get you far in life and business; building connections with established people should be your priority. Forget about your personality traits, introverts or extroverts; those are overrated concepts. Here are a few things to focus on: 1. Learn to connect with strangers regularly, whether online or offline. 2. Learn to give generously first and allow others to give back. 3. Only invest your time and effort in people who value your giving and give back. 4. Learn to listen to others and agree even if you disapprove; blending with others makes you more likable and closer to them. 5. Learn to communicate appropriately with polite and kind language. 6. Focus on joining and building a community of people who strive for success and avoid any group that wastes time for nothing.

4. Your Wealth Your money increases as the last three attributes improve; money comes easy once you have a rational mind, a potent image, and beneficial relations. You become an attractive and trustworthy individual to do business with instead of someone desperate, lacking a cohesive presence and a trusted image. Here are a few things to focus on: 1. Cut spending on unnecessary expenses, subscriptions, and things or people that don’t add value to your life. 2. Manage your finances with a tight fist; that doesn’t mean being greedy, but you have to be extremely clear about your expenses and how much you need to gain a glorious life. 3. Pay credit card and short-term debts as fast as possible. 4. Shift your spending from pleasure to value; you don’t buy a Chanel shoe just because you like it; instead, if it doesn’t add value to your bank account, such as wearing it for a meeting with clients, then it’s a liability. 5. Ignore impressing others; improve your income first, then spend on the things that give you a shiny and expensive image. 6. Improve your business skills to make money, especially in marketing and sales, not through books but through analyzing case studies, watching documentaries, observing, and deconstructing similar business workflow and processes. 7. Develop a financial goal and milestone, and increase it regularly. 8. Create stuff through market research and finding what people love buying. 9. Present yourself to new opportunities, be it small or big. 10. Build a habit of generating income daily. 11. Build a diverse income stream, including earned and passive.

12. Avoid high-risk investments such as NFTs, Cryptocurrency, and speculating in the stock market or gambling.

Two years from now, or maybe a lot less, I promise you will change your perspective of the world and the surrounding people.

You will see why they are broke and desperate without them being aware of the problem, and you will understand why the current version of you is struggling.

If you found this blueprint works for you, that’s great; steal it and implement it into your life immediately.

If it doesn’t, please ignore it; I respect your way of living, and I expect you to respect mine, so let’s not waste our time arguing.

Take the first step now, and eventually, you will get there.

Please share this article with someone who needs it if you find it valuable.

I would also love to hear about your current lifestyle and struggles and your plan for improving the financial outcome of your life. I value your insights!

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