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A Different Mindset!

Published on 9/12/2015
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Last night my upline in Karatbars said something which caught my attention. After describing his experience in the financial business arena for over thirty years, he said, "I have noticed that what separates rich people from poor people is their mindset They think differently about money than the average Joe. They think about earning. They focus on benefit instead of cost." 

 

In his book "How Rich People Think", author Steve Siebold describes a number of ways that millionaires differ in their thoughts and actions when compared to those average people that are not millionaires. He studied over 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people to learn how they behave and think.

 

In the book, Siebold states that in order to get good at accumulating money, you must start by shifting your focus. He notes that rich people focus on earning, whereas average people focus on saving.

 

According to Siebold, "the masses are so focused on clipping coupons and living frugally they miss major opportunities. Meanwhile, the wealthy are focusing their energy on not just earning - but earning a lot of money."

 

Isn't saving money important?
Sure it is. Siebold addresses that..

"The wealthy also know saving is important. But they know earning money is even more important. Most people are more concerned with the modest gains they accumulate from their savings and investments than they are with using their billion-dollar minds to create a fortune."

 

Siebold says that the rich reject the nickel and dime thinking of the masses, and have a deliberate and consistent focus.  Siebold explains. "They are the masters of focusing their mental energy where it belongs: on the big money."

 

It's important to save money. But if you want to start thinking like the rich, "stop worrying about running out of money and focus on how to make more," Siebold advises.

 

And finally Siebold concludes that instead of constantly worrying about money, we should Dream about money, instead. Now there's a new mindset!

 

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