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Is There Any Hope For The Shrinking Middle Class In America?

Published on 11/17/2016
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Middle class America has been disappearing at an alarming rate. The 2016 election cycle emphasised problem areas in government, rampant corruption and the disappearing income levels among millions of, once comfortable, households.

The definition of the American Dream was once "The dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to his/her ability or achievement." (And that was more for the his than the her, but we know we should be better)

Do some people still find the American Dream? Yes

But for every one that finds this elusive dream, hundreds, if not thousands, fall by the wayside. Out of these hundreds, or thousands, how many struggle with the challenges, daily, to make their and their family's life better? Far too many!

The hope of the American Dream still persists, but it becomes less and less likely the further away from it we get. It is kept alive with the lotteries, the game shows, sweepstakes, contests, and the glitz and glamor of concerts of all kinds, becoming some kind of a star. But is this real?

Motivation speaker Jim Rohn stated often, “Don't wish it was easier wish you were better. Don't wish for less problems wish for more skills. Don't wish for less challenge wish for more wisdom.” These words are and always will be true. 

Rohn also often spoke these three thoughts:

  • “Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.”
  • “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment” 
  • “We must all suffer one of two things: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret or disappointment.” 

The world renowned motivational expert, Napoleon Hill, made this observation: “Strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle.”

Is there any hope for you and I? Yes and no!

No, if you think that you can change your circumstances with the same mindset, the same tools, that you've been using up to now.

But, YES, if you are coachable, trainable, able to grow out of your current mindset into the mindset of the lifestyle you truly hope for.

It is possible as long as we remember discipline, growth habits and the continual need for mindset improvement with a healthy attitude of gratitude. Find a mentor, a coach, a team that can hold you accountable, encourage you, cares for your success. Once you have found that shut the world of distractions out and focus on developing the discipline to create the habits of an entrepreneur and commit to don't quit.

Don't try, do. Make sure that you are 'in it to win it.'

To help you with that get this Motivational Development Set and devour what you need and 'become' the qualities of the life winner. After that let's collaborate, I will help however I can!


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