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Tristan Labuschagne’s Tips for Staying Optimistic During Tough Times

Success doesn’t really come overnight. It requires a lot of hard work, discipline, and a couple of sacrifices along the way. And while some people are still afraid to go out of their comfort zones to achieve the goals they have already established for their selves; others do not hesitate to take risks and go the extra mile to reach their dreams. One of those very few people is Tristan Labuschagne.

Everyone goes through different walks of life during their lifetime. Tristan Labuschagne, a successful investor and entrepreneur fully concur with this statement. Tristan, son of a successful businessman and motivational speaker, Conray Labuschagne, has faced the multiple stages of the different walks of life and has shared his secret for staying positive and motivated to prosper during tough times.

Early Life

Tristan was involved in a deadly car accident as a child, having suffered severe injuries to the head. Tristan grew up having had numerous surgeries due to issues with his respiratory system. Not long after, Tristan was held at gunpoint as a hostage in a lethal robbery from a young age. Tristan believes that the Higher Power had protected and watched over him during these times, however it was ultimately his will to shape his reality, believing that a person’s perspective becomes their reality. This is a trait Tristan claims to have inherited from his parents, where his father was involved in a deadly accident involving fire, having suffered severe and life-threatening burns.

Established WYW

Both Tristan and his father are in healthy condition, feeling better than ever before as a result of a strong mindset. Tristan joined his father’s mission, of changing one life at a time for the better with the motivational seminars and personal development company, Work Your Wealth (WYW Wealth 4 All).

Work Your Wealth has helped thousands of students achieve financial freedom and change their lives, using financial education and personal development programs. Tristan both believes and teaches the idea that just as long as you are willing to make a change in your life, then you can change the way you think, and if you can change the way you think, you can do anything.

Wisdom of the Young Mind

Tristan uses both mindset and strategies for creating multiple sources of income through income-generating assets to maintain financial freedom. Financial freedom has allowed Tristan to focus on his passions in life, living a desired lifestyle and appreciating the time that has been given to all of us as a gift, sharing it with his loved ones.

Tristan encourages anyone who is struggling in any way, to reach out and find a mentor, find like-minded individuals, and form a team dedicated to achieving your goals.

Tristan’s favorite quote is:

“A pessimist complains about the wind, an optimist expects it to change, but a leader adjusts the sails”.

Tristan believes that anyone, with the right strategies, and the right system, can adjust the sails which are directing their lives.

Karishhma Mago is a former investment banker turned digital marketer. She has been in the digital marketing industry for over 6 years and has worked with clients across different sectors including Volkswagen Finance, Natera, Reliance, Standard Chartered amongst others. She has also done special content projects for Facebook. Karishhma is also a Wikipedia editor and has created over 300 pages for her clients. After founding Facilius Inc in 2014, she has helped grow the company from a two-person team to a dynamic team of 30 people.

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