I’m going to ask you to do something difficult. I want you to try to think about wealth differently.
It’s not exclusive or rare. It’s actually possible for every person and any person can choose it for themselves. The only people who fail to attain wealth are those that did not recognise the opportunities presented them.
Shocked? Confused? Good! Let me explain more.
Wealth of Being
A common misconception is that wealth starts with money. It doesn’t. After all, how many times have we heard the story of lottery winners who overnight have more money than they’d ever imagined, and then lose it all? It’s because they had neither the expertise or mindset necessary to hold on to their wealth.
To build and keep wealth, you must havewealth of being. Wealth of being does not measure financial wealth. It measures:
â ¢ Who you are as a person
â ¢ Wealth Mindset
â ¢ Strong drive to better your life
â ¢ Healthy mind
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Consider the great men and women of our time. Are they shy, retiring people? Or are they resilient, impressiveattitudes? In fact, they strongly believe that wealth is theirright and that nothing will get in their way. For you to achieve similarsuccess, you must believe the same.
Steps to Success
A wealth mindset is essential to building wealth. This involves being a well-rounded person, able to identify an opportunity. A majority of people will never reach this level of self-awareness, resigned to their belief that life’s opportunities are not for them. WRONG. To earn your wealth and place in the world, you must first know that you are deserving of it.
To begin, work on your thinking. Banish negative self-thoughts such as, “I can’t” or “It’s too hard”. It can take a while to master this, but you are capable of doing it. Create a plan to build your wealth and take action. Hoping and wishing haven’t done it for you, have they? Make some moves and be confident. Wealth will follow.
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