3 Valuable Tips to Help You Develop the Mindset of a Millionaire
Author:John Assaraf |March 17, 2017
Are you finally ready to begin earning the income you want and deserve? If you're willing to take action and develop the mindset of a millionaire, you're in the right place.
Millionaires know there’s an abundance in the universe. Millionaires know what money is all about. They value their abilities; they value who they are; they value their knowledge; they hone their skills, and they back up their ideas with a plan. That’s why they’re millionaires.
In this video, you'll find out what it takes to think, act, and feel like a millionaire. Watch it and learn how to train your brain to accomplish goals. Here's to your success!
(Editor's note: If you don't have time to watch the video and/or you want to keep this information on hand for future reference, download the "3 Valuable Steps to Create a Millionaire Mindset" by clicking the button above.)
1. Understand what money is . . . and your personal relationship with it.
Money is a means for fair exchange between those involved with transactions such as trading and investing. So money is nothing more than an idea . . . and ideas are nothing more than electromagnetic energy.
What I have discovered from the people I know who are millionaires, is that they understand the concept of trade. If they have a product or a service, or an idea, or knowledge that people want, they know that those 10 or 100 or 1000 people will be willing to trade their cash or make electronic credit card transfer for what they want and/or need.
Money is an idea . . . but more than that, it's just a means of exchange that we use every day. There are different ways to earn more money, but the first thing to think about is: how do I develop a relationship with money that helps me figure out how to use my skills to create wealth?
Reflect on this. What product or skills do you have to exchange with others?
The people who are making a lot of money today are somehow creating this exchange on a local or international level. You could make money buying real estate, and in the transaction of purchase a property from somebody, you’re helping them. You’re giving them money for their goods. If you fix it up and then sell it again, then you’ve done the work of fixing it up and finding another buyer . . .
In every area of life, whether it’s the real estate market, the stock market, or your service, it’s a means of exchange. There's so much money in the world, right? The question is, are you going to get your share?
2. Value yourself first and foremost.
There’s a saying: “We don’t see the world as it is. We only see the world aswe are.”
The money results you’re experiencing are a mirror of your internal financial blueprint. When you change your personal blueprint and financial self-image, you transform outside results. And when you value yourself, you increase your deserving level through a new self-worth vibration and resonance.
Why do lottery winners who receive millions of dollars lose it so fast? It's because their entire being (subconscious and conscious mind) doesn't place value on the fact that now they have tons of money and a new lifestyle. When you have low self-esteem, and you don’t feel you deserve a lot of money, then it's going to disappear quickly.
But when you value these things and you feel worthy, when your self-worth is high, you're going to keep the dough, go on the vacations you deserve, and confidently enjoy your wealth.
Even if you already know how to make more money because you have the knowledge and the skills, or because you’ve read a book, or you followed a program . . . if you don’t value yourself and have the belief that you are worthy . . . smart enough and good enough, then you’re going to struggle to achieve your potential. Either that or you’ll achieve success and then sabotage it because the success outside doesn’t match what you believe you deserve on the inside. Make sense?
3. Hone your skills and make a plan.
Because so few people are willing to invest in themselves for one hour a day, most people never reach their full potential. And it's not because most people don’t have the potential . . . it's because they don’t have the discipline to practice and hone their skills. If you can imagine just one hour of each day to focus on getting better at what you love to do, it would be one of the best uses of your time.
Since there is no such thing as time management, the only thing you can manage is what you do in time if you can start teaching yourself how to do high impact activities that move you forward and high-income activities, then you have a head start on how you create your millionaire mindset.
You will get paid in direct proportion to the service and value you bring to the marketplace for which you charge. Remember, money is part of a value system and the more you get people to value what you offer, the more you will earn . . .
Ask yourself these questions:
What must I learn?
What skills must I upgrade?
What beliefs and habits must I develop?
What beliefs and habits must I release?
Who can help me achieve this?
When you are clear about what you must do, it's time to create a plan and start taking immediate action.
Money is easy to earn if you do a few things right, and it will forever elude you if you ignore these basic principles. To earn more money, you must have the right mindset, skillset, and action set.
Create an amazing life for yourself! You have the choice.
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About The Author
John Assaraf is one of the leading mindset and behavioral experts in the world, with a unique ability to help people release mental and emotional blocks that keep them from achieving their life’s biggest goals and dreams.
He's written 2 New York Times Bestselling books, appeared on Larry King, and was featured in 8 movies, including "Quest For Success" with Richard Branson and the Dalai Lama.
Now, he is the CEO of NeuroGym, a company dedicated to using the most advanced neuroscience-based training to help individuals and maximize their fullest potential.