Are you thinking rich or thinking poor?
The biggest issue people have right now is not that the markets are volatile, not that the economy is a mess and not that they might have lost money, it’s that people aren’t thinking rich. They are letting fear drive their decisions when opportunity abounds.”
One of the most important things we can do to propel our personal success is to get our mindset right. Take advantage of the current situation, whatever that may be, not be afraid of it. Resurrect your finances and thrive and not be fearful of the future. Set goals with confidence that we can get there. To be optimistic about the future.
There are fundamental differences in the way wealthy people think and act – and how that sets them apart and brings abundance. We describe it as the ability to literally “think yourself rich”.
And the amazing thing is you can learn to think rich. Yes, it is a different mind-set but you can start to train yourself to “Think Rich” immediately.
If you are thinking rich at the moment you’ll be excited about the opportunities that are being presented, you’ll have a defined plan to dig yourself out of any financial woes that have been presented to you, you’ll have simple but powerful goals aligned to your purpose, you’ll be positive about your future, you’ll be looking for ways to increase your income.
Remember, there were more millionaires created during the Great Depression than any other time in history and yet there was more poverty then to – the difference? Thinking rich or thing poor.
I know it can be hard when life is hard to think positively. But it has been proven to work.
Yes, it takes time, it takes discipline, but it is a decision.
No matter what life throws at you, the more grateful and positive you can be about it the more resilient you will be.
It doesn’t matter how many times you are knocked down, just the number of times you get back up!
Written by Peter Spann
Peter Spann – Film Maker | Director | Business Coach | Writer | Public Speaking Coach | Presenter | Investor.
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