1. What you cannot see in the world is far more powerful than anything you can see.
What holds you back from climbing to your dreams on top of that mountain isn’t the size of the mountain — it’s whether you’ve tapped into 100% of your
mental power. You have no idea how strong you are.
2. If you want to create wealth, it is imperative that you believe that you are at the steering wheel of life, especially your financial life.
You are the driver of your life. Only you know the places you want to see, the life you want to build, and the dreams you want to realize. Do it.
You have the priceless opportunity to live your life to the fullest.
3. Complaining is the absolute worst possible thing you could do for your health or your wealth. The worst!
Complaining releases stress hormones and changes the neural connections in the brain to cause more intrusive negative thoughts to enter. Keeping a mindfulness practice through journaling and gratitude helps you to move forward from the act of complaining to a much stronger positive reaction.
4. What you hear, you forget. What you see, you remember. What you do, you understand.
Instead of passively listening or seeing, it’s important to put things into practice. Do what you want to learn. If you want to become an all-star basketball player, you have to first sit, watch and learn the game. The next important action, is to get onto the court and learn to move with the ball.
5. In my experience, getting rich takes focus, courage, knowledge, expertise, 100 percent of your effort, a never-give-up attitude and of course a rich mind-set.
Successful people are always committed to their success, not just to their work. They know there will be challenges and they acquire the toolsets they need
to build their dreams. With every decision you make, ask yourself,
does this bring me closer to my goals.
6. If you believe you are plenty, you will validate that belief and create plenty of abundance.
Most of us know that confidence helps us realize our dreams — but sometimes believing in ourselves is far from easy. So how do you start acknowledging your own greatness? By challenging yourself, little by little, you’ll recognize your inner strength and start making larger strides towards achieving your goals.
7. If a person weren’t failing in some way, shape or form, would he or she need to blame, justify, or complain? The obvious answer is no.
Successful people don’t find the need to blame others because, well, they’re a success. Flip your poor-mindset and start thinking rich. When faced with failure,
it’s healthy to lower our defenses because these lessons are our greatest opportunities to learn. Continuously improve yourself and your life.
Here’s advice from one of the greatest millionaire-makers in the world, New York Times Bestselling author T. Harv Eker, on how to attain the Millionaire Mindset.