More Tips for Wealth and Success
September 28, 2017 by Cathy Brown
“Wealth flows from energy and ideas.” – William Feather
How did last week go?
Have you taken ownership of your life and are you focusing on the creating your life for the better, from the roots up?
Are you starting to feel a bit more comfortable with feeling “uncomfortable”?
Are you focusing on what’s right in your life right now, rather than what’s wrong? I have a sign in my office that reads…” It Is What It Is…But, It Will Become What You Make It.”
How’s it all working? It does get easier, I promise.
Here are 4 more tips to creating more Wealth and Success, by T. Harv Eker.
Stop Focusing on the Money, Focus on Solving Problems. A big problem I see with struggling business owners, entrepreneurs, professionals and people transitioning from a job to owning their own business is that they are fixated only on themselves.
Do I know enough? Will it work? Will I make enough money? Will they like me? And it goes on and on.
However, this is the wrong approach. Stop focusing on yourself and start focusing on others.
Making money isn’t complicated. People will pay for something that solves a problem for them. It’s that simple.
So, you need to shift your focus to becoming a “problem solver.”
How can you best help people?
Money is a result of helping others and providing value to their life.
Think about your life right now. What are you paying for that is helping you solve problems in your life?
To get rich you need to help a lot of people solve a problem, that’s the key to success.
Model Rich and Successful People. How many of us grew up with millionaires in our lives we could use as role models for success? Not too many, right?
The sad fact is that most of us just haven’t seen what it takes to be rich and successful in life. We can’t go to mom and dad and ask them for advice on how to become a millionaire because most of our parents aren’t millionaires… so how would they know?
Instead, it’s imperative to find people who are rich and successful – and study them to learn how they got there.
You don’t have to meet these role models face-to-face to use this strategy.
You just need to do your homework. Read their books and watch interviews they’ve done. Find out what you can about their past through biographies and news stories. Learn what their lives were like when they were at the same point in their journey that you are now.
And then… do what they did. Model their approach.
Have No Limits on Your Income. If you have a job, you may have a limit on your income. You may automatically have a ceiling on what you can earn.
If that is true and you want to get rich, you must get rid of all limits on your income.
A proven way is starting a business.
However, a big mistake people make is when they start a business, they are the business. They are the ones who are solely responsible for the business succeeding or failing. Most small businesses and professionals are setup in a way that gives the owner such a vital role that without them present, the business is unable to function.
That kind of setup is a mistake. And that’s the reason why so many small businesses remain small or unfortunately fail.
To be truly successful, your business needs to be able to run without you having a hand in every little thing. If you can step back and allow the systems you develop to run your business for you, even better!
Once you step back and allow your business to run without you, there are no limits to the income you can earn.
Think about it – most jobs are based on an hourly rate, a salary, or a commission. That means you can only earn as much as you’re able to work.
But when you step back and let your systems do the work for you, suddenly the number of hours in the day will no longer hold you back.
Never Stop Learning — If You’re Not Learning, You’re Automatically Dying. Finally, don’t make the mistake of thinking that once you’ve achieved a goal, you know everything there is to know! The most successful people in the world are committed to continuing to learn and grow.
Set aside time in your life (and money in your budget) to invest in programs that will teach you something new each day. You’ve probably heard the saying that “knowledge is power” – take it to heart!
I love to learn and am always taking a course or working on a mentorship. The more I learn…the more I realize the more I don’t know. And…the more I realize how important my relationship with the Universe in becoming.
“Failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something.” – Morhei Ueshiba
I am focusing on solutions…how I can help others.
I am committed to learning and growing.
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