Chapter 8: Be willing to honor your worth
The single most powerful asset we all have is our mind.
If it is trained well,
it can create enormous wealth in
what seems to be an instant. — Robert Kiyosaki
The rich are willing to honor themselves and their worth.
Poor people think negatively about sales and promotion.
Our company Peak Potentials Training offers 12 different training programs.
In the first basic training program, usually Millionaire Mindset,
we briefly introduce the courses,
then offer special fees and gifts to students.
It’s interesting to watch people’s reactions.
Most were very excited.
They want to hear for information about other courses
and to receive preferential prices.
However, some people seem unhappy.
They are not content with any form of promotion,
regardless of the benefits it can bring to them.
If this sounds a bit like your reaction,
it’s an important detail to note about yourself.
Resentment of promotion is one of the biggest barriers to success.
People who have problems with sales and promotion are often broke.
Of course! How can you generate great income for your own business
or for the company where you are working,
if you are not willing to tell people that you,
your product or service, exist?
Even as an employee,
if you’re not willing to promote your strengths,
those who know how to do it will quickly overtake you on the ladder of fame.
People are “allergic” to promotion and sales for a number of reasons.
You will probably recognize a few of the following reasons.
First, because you’ve had an unpleasant experience with promoters
for approaching you in an inappropriate way:
Maybe you think they’re pressuring you,
maybe they bother you for a while.
The point is very inappropriate,
maybe they didn’t accept the rejection but kept insisting.
Either way, you should understand
that this experience is in the past,
and you just let it stick.
Focusing on your mind is not going to help you today.
Second, because you have failed
when trying to sell to someone and they rejected you outright.
In that case, your dislike of promotional activities is indicative
of a vague fear of failure and a fear of self-rejection.
Again, don’t forget that past feelings are not necessarily synonymous
with present and future realities.
Third, your problem may stem from certain assumptions old ants passed down from parents.
Many of us have been taught that “talking about ourselves” is not modest,
Yes, it would be great if you could make a living as Miss Style.
But in the real world, when it comes to money and business,
if you don’t “talk about yourself,”
I guarantee no one will.
The rich are willing to flaunt their strengths
and values to anyone who listens,
and hopes to do business with them.
In the end, some people feel that promotion is not worthy of their position.
I call this the symptom of arrogance.
“Natural musk fragrance” they argue like that.
These people assume that if people want what they have,
they must somehow come to them.
Those who hold that belief in their hearts,
if they are not in need, are going to be broke, that’s for sure.
They hope that people will scour the earth for them,
but they forget that the market is already filled with similar products
Even if their product may be the best,
no one knows because they are too arrogant to tell anyone.
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You are probably familiar with the saying:
“Make a good mousetrap
and the whole world will come to your house“.
Well, that’s only true if you add five more words: “if they know it”.
Almost all rich people are professionals great promotion.
They can and are willing to promote their products or services,
including fresh ideas, with uncanny passion and enthusiasm.
Moreover, they know how to present their values in a clever
and attractive way.
If you think it’s wrong or simply shouldn’t be done,
you can order a ban on women wearing makeup,
and in doing so you can also boycott the gentlemen’s suits,
because all of them are nothing more than “decorations”!
Robert Kiyosaki – author of the bestselling book Rich Dad,
Poor Dad – points out that every business,
including book writing, depends on sales activities.
He also notes to readers
that he is acknowledged as a best-selling author,
not as a best-selling author.
One title offers more benefits than the other.
Rich people often lead, and all great leaders are great promoters.
As a leader, you must have followers and supporters,
which means you must be adept at selling, motivating,
and motivating people to respond to your vision.
Even the President of the United States of America has
to constantly “sell” his ideas to people, to the Senate,
even to his own party, in order for them to be implemented.
And before all that happens, if the president
If he didn’t “sell” himself, he would probably never become president.
In short, leaders who can’t
or don’t want to promote won’t be leaders for long,
whether in politics, business, sports,
or even failing to be good parents.
I emphasize this, because leaders earn many times more than their followers.
The moment you start thinking someone else’s gain is your loss,
you limit yourself by thinking in terms of competition and shortages. – Grant Cardone
Rule of Prosperity #18:
Leaders earn many times more than their followers!
The key point here is not whether you like promoting or not,
but why you have to promote.
This reason is related to your beliefs.
Do you really believe in your values?
Do you believe in the products and services you are providing?
Are you sure that what you have will benefit anyone you come in contact with to promote?
If you believe in your worth,
why hide it from those who need it?
Let’s say you have medication for arthritis
and you meet a person who is suffering from severe joint pain.
Do you hide people?
Is that? Do you wait until the person reads your mind
or guesses that you have a product that can help them?
What do you think of someone
who refuses to show off his abilities to people in need just
because they’re embarrassed, scared,
or too indifferent to publicity?
Often people who have problems
with promotion don’t fully believe in their product
or they don’t really believe in themselves.
So it’s hard for them to imagine
that someone else could believe
so firmly in their self-worth
that they want to share it with anyone they meet
and in any way they can.
Once you believe that what you are offering can really help others,
it is your responsibility to make as many people aware of it as possible.
That way you not only help people,
but you also become rich!
Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. – Jim Rohn
DECLARATION: Place your hand on your chest and say…
“I promote my values to people enthusiastically and passionately.”
Then you put your hand on your forehead and say…
“I have a Millionaire Mindset!” We are self made millionaire.