You're Wired for Success...So Get Unstuck!
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Success is a habit, sure. But to pick up this habit, you have to have the right mindset. Most successful people share a range of mindsets that enable them to maintain their success habits.
This training teaches you to reprogram yourself for success by adopting eight, key mindsets. You need to go through these and incorporate them into your life for them to change your results.
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Success is a habit, sure. But to pick up this habit, you have to have the right mindset. Most successful people share a range of mindsets that enable them to maintain their success habits. This training teaches you to reprogram yourself for success by adopting eight, key mindsets. You need to go through these and incorporate them into your life for them to change your results.
I know you're excited. If you're going through this training, you are looking to achieve greater success in at least one part of your life. You can't wait to adopt the right mindset, so you can get better results. I understand that.
The problem is, you're having a tough time achieving the kind of success you want because you are probably hanging on to a few "toxic" mindsets that undermine you.
You have to clear these out first before you adopt positive mindsets. Otherwise, these toxic mindsets will degrade, impede, or otherwise negatively affect the new mindset that you're trying to adopt, and you end up nowhere.
An assumption is a belief regarding the reality of your life, your capabilities, your identity, where you are in the world, and what your rightful place is. These assumptions are choices. Seriously.
You choose to interpret reality. They are not hardwired into you. They don't dictate that you have to interpret reality only in one certain way. You always have control over your assumptions. They might not be top of mind, they may not be obvious, but you can control them.
Believe that setbacks happen. Instead of fearing it or wishing it away or constantly asking yourself, "Why me?," expect it and prepare for it.
According to Thomas Stanley's book The Millionaire Next Door, the average American millionaire has gone bankrupt at least three and a half times.
Let that sink in for a second.
You know how crushing bankruptcy is? You know how humiliating it is at a personal level? Sure, a lot of the stigma has worn off bankruptcy, but it's still a severe personal setback.
Goals are crucial for success. In fact, they're so crucial that even unsuccessful people know this. How come? Goals provide you with a map. At the very least, you can see what happens before, during, and after you achieve your goal.
For you to achieve an ultimate goal, there are sub-goals that you need to achieve. You get to see the process that you have to go through, the decisions that you have to make, the results that you have to produce along the way.
Did you know that success is an act of faith? It really is.
When you believe in certain things, you take action. You don't wait around for random chance to deliver results. You don’t wait for things to ‘feel right.’ You don’t stick around for ‘everything to fall into place.’ They almost never do. Last time I checked, most people don't plan on getting lucky.
They have to have some sort of plan. For this plan to come to life and to actively change their lives, they have to take action on these plans.
The key here is to believe in your goals and take control. This means commitment.
You cannot be wishy washy and become truly successful. That's just not going to happen. Why? Well, opportunities flash into existence all the time, but they disappear just as quickly.
You can't waste a tremendous amount of time analyzing what could be, what could possibly happen, and other contingencies. You have to study your options, figure out what's at stake, but you have to decide. You have to make a decision.
Even if you've done extensive research about your goal, please understand that you cannot know everything. There will always be a blind spot. There will always be room for improvement.
Most people are able to handle this. But the problem is, the older you get, the more you assume.
It's very easy to think that you know everything about your goals, so you assume that you've got it figured out. You admit that you don't fully see the whole picture, but you assume that if you see enough of the pieces of the puzzle that you'll be okay.
This is a problem because assumptions short circuit and undermine learning. You're not looking at your problem set with a fully open mind.
People are overcome by problems not because they are dumb or unlucky. This is not a simple matter of IQ.
Most of the time, they're just not prepared.
Now, this doesn't mean that you have to know exactly what will happen in the future. Instead, you just need to employ the following system.
One of the most interesting finance shows I watch features interviews with financial managers. These people manage multibillion dollar hedge funds, mutual funds, and other financial instruments.
One particular fund manager blew my mind. The interviewer asked him, "What do you do to avoid risk?"
The fund manager said, "I don't run away from risk. Instead, I run to the risk that meets the reward that I'm looking for."
This floored the interviewer. "You actually assume risk?"
Well, it was kind of an ironic moment because I assumed that if this financial advice show host really knew his stuff, he would not have been surprised at all.
One of the long-standing rules of the finance world is: no risk means no reward. Put in another way, if you are looking for a high reward, you have to take on a lot of risk.
Risk is always part of the package. Successful people know this. Accordingly, they take calculated risks because they know that the greater the risk, the greater the reward.
Congratulations! You've reached the end of this training.
Please note that as empowering as the information shared in this training may seem to you, its not going to change your life or lead you to success if you don't take action.
You can't just treat it like mental candy. That's not going to work.
You have to carry it out. You have to implement them. You have to tweak them. You have to customize them to your set of circumstances.
In other words, you have to take action. Once you've carried these out, here are some best practices that will help boost your results.