You’ve struggled, as a result of which you’ve developed a system.
This is your system. it is invaluable to your market play. It performs.
Your system comprises of structures.
A structure takes something to emerge. It doesn’t come for free. You need to pay for it with sweat, losses and tears. Once it emerges, it is yours to incorporate.
You know its value. You’re not going to let it go… …unless a better structure emerges, which makes its predecessor obsolete.
Normally, it doesn’t come to that. Structures don’t become obsolete just like that, and hence, you rarely let a structure go once it has emerged.
What you do is the following. You incorporate the new structure into your system by fine-tuning old and new, making them work in tandem.
Your system has become richer by one structure, although the combination of old and new outdoes 1 + 1 = 2 easily.
Sometimes, a new structure starts to emerge, and blinds you. You want to plunge in. You want to raise the required funds by sacrificing your existing and lucrative structures. Happens sometimes.
Don’t sacrifice your existing structure.
If the lure of the new structure is so great, well, then borrow if you have to against your old structures, but for heavens sake don’t sacrifice them.
Squeeze your old structure till it coughs, but don’t kill it.
Because you’ve squeezed it by borrowing against it to finance the implementation of your fancied new structure, well, you’ve been able to then implement this fancied new structure.
You’ve got what you wanted.
Now loosen the stranglehold upon your older structure to prevent it from dying.
Yeah, bring it back. Revive it. Pay back what you borrowed against it from your ongoing cash-flow, till the complete debt is nullified, so that your old structure breathes easy again and resumes yielding you money.
Voilà – now you have two structures adding to your income, presuming that the newer structure that emerged was ripe enough at birth to start yielding income immediately.
That’s how you do it.