People are constantly looking for ways to achieve financial success more easily in their life. Over the years, more and more strategies have been developed to help people to achieve their financial dreams. If you are reading this right now, I believe that you are in your journey to your financial success, and you would like to learn how you can supercharge yourself to your financial success.
Have you ever wondered why Bill Gates can be so rich? Or why Warren Buffett is so professional in investing? Take sports stars for example now, why Tiger Woods is so great in golfing and why Michael Jordan can score so high in basketball? The answer is obvious; it is because they have a burning passion in what they do. That is why they are the pro in their field.
So the rule number one to supercharge yourself to your financial success is this, you have to do what you love. Only by doing what you love, money will come to you. Why? This is because when you are doing something you love, you will somehow come out with all the motivation and energy to get things done. If you are interested in computer gaming, you will feel excited and energize to have another set of game even if it is 3am in the morning. The same if you like to play golf. You won’t feel lazy to wake up early in the morning just to have a few swings of your golf games.
So you see, in order to have all the energy to supercharge you to success, you need to do something you love. As for financial success, you have to be in the business that you love doing. If you love dogs, setting up an online business that teaches people how to train their dogs will be suitable for you. You will have all the drive to get the job done, because you love to do it. (more…)
Tip #5 – “Develop a Millionaire Mind”.
In tip #4 we discussed being willing to pay the price of success, and how you have to really want it badly. We ended talking about wanting to be better (improve yourself), and now we are going to transition further into the mental side of the equation. Zig Ziglar is well known for his quote, “You can get anything you want in life if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
Personally, I include in my daily declarations (a list of things that I declare over my life, out loud, on a daily basis) these statements that I got from T. Harv Eker’s 3-day “Millionaire Mind Intensive” (a boot camp, if you will)… “I get rich doing what I love. I deserve to be rich because I add value to other people’s lives.” What a change in thought pattern when, instead of thinking “I want to be rich, I want to be rich, How can I be rich?”, you start thinking, “How can I add so much value to other people or to the company I work for or to the world that money will flow back to me for my efforts?” Do you see the paradigm shift starting to occur here? (more…)
If you observe genuinely rich and wealthy people, you will notice that truly wealthy people share and adopt similar mindsets and habits.
When I refer to millionaires or wealthy people, I am not to referring people who have large amounts of money in their bank account or people who have amassed large fortunes or assets.
I am referring to people who possess the millionaire’s mindsets and habits. These mindsets and habits can be said to be more invaluable than any current assets or fortune.
They are the reason why and how rich and wealthy people are able to create the wealth they have now. It does not matter where you are starting from. You can be a millionaire now or you could be having nothing to your name at the moment. (more…)
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