Can you really ‘think yourself successful’? Maybe not, but the highly successful do have a way of thinking about life, money and wealth, that differs from many less successful people. The folks at Mind Valley Coaching have put together a short list that highlights some of the main differences.
Number one is a concept we’ve all come across. People even use the phrase ‘it just didn’t happen for me.’ Guess what. It didn’t just happen for anyone else either. They worked for it. They sacrificed for it. They made it happen. Maybe they had some luck along the way, but you can bet your life, it didn’t ‘just happen’.
Number three is an interesting one too. Anyone can want to be rich. Most of us do. But taking the actions necessary to be rich, that takes commitment. How committed are you to taking action toward your goals, every day?
And I just love number 11. If you create a life where you get paid for results, your motivation and work ethic will tend to be completely different than if you just get paid for your time.
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Want to work on number 17? Here are some of my favourite books about success, money and wealth:
It’s Not About The Money by Brent Kessel
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T Kiyosaki
Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin
The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J Stanley
The Greatness Guide by Robin Sharma
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