This is part three – the final segment – where Joe Vitale describes how he shifted his life from homelessness to wealth, prosperity, and an inner drive to help others.
Hearing that I went through the same thing three decades ago and not only survived but prospered to a level that the Joe Vitale of thirty years ago could hardly imagine, ought to be inspiring to you, too.
I got off the streets and out of poverty by constantly working on myself – reading self-help books, taking action, scrambling at times by taking whatever work I could find, but always always always focusing on my vision: to one day be an author of books that helped people be happy and stay inspired.
If you’re in a place right now that doesn’t feel so good or seem too safe, I urge you to remind yourself that this is only temporary.
This is the cure for despair.
As I say in my book, The Attractor Factor, this is simply current reality, and current reality can change.
You can help it along by doing what you know and need to do.
But remember, the sun will shine again.
It always does.
Your job right now is to focus on what you want and keep it in sight.
Yes, keep taking action;
yes, stay positive and surround yourself with positive people;
yes, be of support to others.
But remember, if I or anyone else can survive homelessness, poverty, job loss, or any other hard time, then you can survive it, too.
Please hang in there.
One last thing:
I admit that there were times I wanted to throw in the towel and get myself out of this life.
Thank God I stuck around. Had I left early, I would have missed a life of magic and wonder, success and fame I never dreamed of before, priceless relationships and experiences, and more.
I have no idea what wonderful good is headed your way – and neither do you.
What you have to do is stay the course and follow your heart.
And remember –