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Rich people believe: “I create my life”. The poor believe: “Life is full of unexpected things that happen to me”.

Chapter 1: I create my life no others

Live as if you were to die tomorrow.

Learn as if you were to live forever.  ― Mahatma Gandhi

If you want to create prosperity,

it is important that you believe

that you are the driver of your life, especially your financial life.

If you don’t believe it, you inherently believe that you have little or no control over your life,

and that you therefore have little or no control over your financial success.

That is not an attitude to be rich.

Have you ever noticed that usually only the poor spend their fortunes on the lottery?

They sincerely believe that wealth will come to them because someone will say their name after a lottery.

They spend Saturday evenings glued to the TV,

nervously watching the lottery to see

if this week’s luck will “fall” on them.

Surely everyone wants to win the lottery,

and the rich still play for fun from time to time.

But first, they never accept to spend half of their income themselves to buy lottery tickets,

and second, winning the lottery is not their primary wealth strategy.

You have to believe that you are the creator of your success,

that you are the creator of your misery,

and that you are the creator of the problems around your money and success.

Whether you’re conscious or not, it’s just that you’ve made it all.

Instead of taking responsibility for what happens in their lives, the poor often choose to play the role of the victim.

A victim’s dominant thought is often the lament “Woe to me”.

So the wish is to see, according to the Law of the Power of Intention,

that’s all the victim gets: They get “misery”.

Notice that I said they played the role of the victim,

I didn’t say they were the victim.

I don’t believe anyone is a victim.

I believe that people voluntarily act as victims

because they think it benefits them.

We will discuss that in more detail shortly.

How do you know when someone is playing the victim?

Usually they will leave three telltale signs.

Now, before we talk about those signs,

I want you to realize that I understand none of the manners here relevant to anyone reading this book.

But maybe, just maybe, you know someone who might be involved.

And maybe you know that person intimately!

Anyway, I suggest you pay close attention to this part.

Victim Sign #1: Blame

When it comes to figuring out why they’re not financially successful,

most victims are experts at the “blame game.”

The point of this game is to find out how many people

and circumstances you can blame, but never look at yourself.

This incident is like a rain and “pours water” on anyone

who is unfortunate enough to be there.

Often, those who are close to the victims are more likely to become their targets.

Victims often blame the economy,

they blame the government,

they blame the stock market,

they blame the brokers,

they blame their employers, their employees,

their management, to the manager,

to the person above or below their network,

to customer service, to the shipping department, to their partner,

to their spouse, they blame God,

and of course they always blame their father.

It is always someone else or something else at fault.

However, the problem is not in any other event,

situation or person, but in themselves.

Victim Sign #2: Making excuses

If the victims don’t take the blame,

you’ll find them to be the ones making excuses

or explaining their situation with words like,

For me, money isn’t really that important.

I just want to ask you this question:

If you were to say that your husband or wife,

your boyfriend or girlfriend,

your partner or your friends are not important to you,

would any of those people survive? long term with you?

I don’t believe it is, and neither is it with money!

At my live symposiums, some attendees often come up to me and say,

“You know, Harv, money really doesn’t matter.”

I looked them straight in the eye and said, “You’ve just been broke! Right?”.

They often look down at their feet

and weakly answer questions like “Yes, I am having some financial challenges right now, but…”.

I interrupted: “No, not just now, but always;

you’ve always been in dire straits or something like that, haven’t you?”

There, they often nod in agreement and sadly return to their seats,

ready to listen and learn,

because they have finally realized the terrible consequences

that belief has had on their lives.

Of course they went bankrupt.

Would you buy a car if it didn’t really matter to you? Of course not.

Would you buy a valuable item if you insisted it wasn’t important to you?

Of course not.

Likewise, if you think money is not important,

you simply won’t have any.

You can dazzle your friends with this knowledge.

Imagine you’re talking to a friend and he or she says,

Money doesn’t matter.

Place your hand on your forehead

and look straight up as if you are received a message from heaven,

and declared, “I am in need!”.

That will shock your friend and ask in amazement, “How did you know?”.

You will spread your hand and answer, “You want to know more? Please pay fifty dollars!”.

Let me put it bluntly: Anyone who says money doesn’t matter doesn’t have a dime!

Rich people always understand the importance of money and its place in society.

On the other hand, the poor explain their financial incapacity with lame comparisons.

They will say, “Money is not as important as love”.

Now, is this comparison ambiguous?

Which is more important, your hand or your foot?

Perhaps both(love and money) are important

So I want to stress to you again that money is extremely important in the areas where it works,

and vice versa, it will play no role in the areas

where it doesn’t function.

Although love can make this world shake,

it certainly cannot pay to build houses, hospitals, churches, schools or houses.

And love does not feed people.

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4 complicated developments of customers when shopping online you need to know to increase sales

Never depend on one action. – Grant Cardone

Rule of Prosperity No. 10: Money is extremely important in the areas where it works,

and conversely it will play no role in the areas where it does not.

You don’t believe me yet?

So pay your bills with love.

Or go to the bank and put some love in it and see what happens?

No doubt the cashier will look at you like you’ve just escaped from a mental hospital,

and he’ll exclaim,

“Where’s the security? Come here now!”.

No rich person thinks that money is not important.

And if I still can’t convince you

and you still believe that “money is nothing” then I have only four words for you: you are broke,

and you will always be broke until you get rid of it.

this disastrous file in your head.

Victim Sign #3: Resentment

Resentment is a very bad thing for your health

or well-being, even the worst! Why so?

I have great faith in the universal law that says, “Whatever you focus on, it will grow“.

When you complain, what are you focusing on,

the good things in your life or the troubles for you?

Usually you focus on the troubles in your life,

and you just get more and more annoyances.

Teachers in the human development field often talk about the Law of Attraction.

This law states that “like things attract each other,”

meaning that when you complain, you are actually attracting troubles to you.

Rule of Prosperity 11: When you complain and complain,

you are becoming a living magnet

that attracts troubles and troubles to you.

Have you ever noticed that people

who complain and talk often have a difficult life?

It seems that all the troubles in this world happen to them.

They said, “How can I not complain?

You see how bad my life is.”

Now that you know better,

you can explain to them:

“No, it’s because you always complain that your life is full of bad, bad.

Stop it now… and don’t stand near me!”.

This brings us to another point worth noting.

That is, remember not to be around a whining person.

If you absolutely must be with them, remember to be on your guard,

or else their crap will suck you in too!

I always keep as far away as possible from people who complain,

because negative energies are contagious.

However, many people like to walk around and listen to the complainers.

Why? It’s very simple: they wait their turn! “You think that’s bad?

Hear what happened to me!”

This is a homework assignment that I promise will change your life.

For the next seven days, I challenge you not to complain about anything,

not to say it, but not to even think about it in your head.

But you must do so for the full seven days.

Why?

Because in the first few days you may still have some complaints like faces

that have stuck to you from before.

Unfortunately, stool doesn’t move at the speed of light, you know,

it moves at the speed of stool, so it takes time to get rid of it.

I have given this challenge to thousands of people

and I am truly delighted that so many of them have told me

how this little exercise has changed their lives.

I guarantee you’ll be surprised how magical your life becomes

when you stop focusing on and thus stop attracting the bad stuff.

If you used to be a complainer, from now on, forget about attracting success,

just keeping it “neutral” is also a great start.

Blaming, justification, and blame work as tranquilizers,

meaning that they only alleviate the stress caused by failure,

not the failure itself.

Think about that.

If a person has not failed in any way,

does he or she need to blame, justify, complain?

The answer is of course no.

From now on, if you hear yourself blaming,

making excuses or complaining,

stop right away and stop immediately.

Remind yourself that you are creating your life and that in every minute,

moment by moment, you will attract either success or lousy to yourself.

Therefore, it is very important that you choose your thoughts

and words carefully, soberly!

If you can dream it, you can do it. ― Walt Disney

Now you are ready to listen to one of the most important secrets in the world.

Are you ready? Read carefully: There is no such thing as a truly rich victim!

Do you understand? I’ll say it again:

There isn’t a single victim who is truly rich.

If not, will anyone listen to them? “Oh my god, there’s a scratch on my yacht!”

Hearing that, almost anyone would answer “Who cares?”.

Read more what are rich men doing? topic:

Rich play the game of money to win. Poor play the game just to not lose.

When you know what you want,

and you want it bad enough,

you’ll find a way to get it. – Jim Rohn

Rule of Prosperity No. 12: Not a single victim is really rich!

Meanwhile, being a victim will definitely be compensated.

What do people get when they play the victim themselves?

The answer is attention.

Why is attention so important?

Believe so.

In one form or another, caring is what most people live for.

And the reason people live to be concerned because they made a serious mistake.

That’s the same mistake most of us make: We’ve confused care with love.

Believe me, it’s almost impossible to have real success

and happiness when you’re always hungry for attention.

Because, if care is what you want,

then you are living at the mercy of others.

You will end up as someone who is always trying to please others to beg for approval.

Always looking for interest is also a problem

because people can do stupid things to get it.

Imagine no limitations;

decide what’s right and desirable before you decide

what’s possible. — Brian Tracy

Therefore, it is necessary to separate interest from love, for many reasons.

First of all, you will be more successful; second,

you will be happier; and third, you can find true love in your life.

In most cases, when people confuse love with care,

people don’t love each other in the true sense of the word.

They love each other mostly because of their own selfishness,

like “I love what you do for me”.

Therefore, the relationship is really about the individual,

not about the other person, or at least for both of them.

When you separate care from love, you are free to love someone for

who they are, not for what they have done for you.

Now, like I said, there are no victims who is really rich.

So if to be a victim, those who seek care must firmly believe that they will never get rich.

It’s time to decide.

You can be a victim or you can be rich, but you can’t be both.

Listen well here! I want to emphasize that every time you blame,

make excuses or complain,

you are cutting your financial throat.

Maybe it would be more comfortable to use softer, cuter images, but forget that.

Right now, I don’t care about cuteness or lightness.

I’m interested in helping you understand exactly what you’re going to do with yourself!

Then, when you get rich, we can be gentle with each other again, okay?

The time has come for you to regain your strength

and knowledge to create everything in your life

and everything that is not in it.

Be aware that you create your own prosperity or your misery,

and to any extent in between these two extremes.

If you are not willing to risk the unusual,

you will have to settle for the ordinary. – Jim Rohn

DECLARATION: Place your hand on your chest and say…

“I create my level of financial success.”

Then you put your hand on your forehead and say…

“I have a Millionaire Mindset!” We are self made millionaire.

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