Millionaire Mindset

The power of ideas and imagination

Ideas are very powerful because they make us visualize the globe as what it could be rather than what it is currently. Many aspiring entrepreneurs often hold back because they are waiting for an excellent idea to come to them. However, in the real sense, there is no such thing as an average or bad idea. Anything, no matter how ridiculous can be a good idea, if you dream big, think differently and commit yourself to realizing it. Ideas transport us, transform us and even make us, sometimes question life.

I remember watch re-runs of the original star-trek series and seeing Captain Kirk talking through a mobile communication device, and seeing the engineering team working on a computer that was nothing more than a glowing slab of glass. Those seemingly far-fetched ideas are now the mobile phone and your iPad. Research has shown that Ideas can actually physiologically change our brains. Once an idea stretches your mind, it never compresses to its initial position. Ideas are neither energy nor matter.

This is a critical point.
For instance, physicists and chemists are used to the idea that there are forces in nature that are transmitted through books. There is the weak force, electromagnetic force, gravitational force and strong force. There is also quantum physics, Newtonian physics, the standard model and general relativity. And then there is a mathematical equation that describes all these interactions. But in neuroscience, it is believed that information transmitted from one person to another creates a material response. Human beings are not just machines that respond to ideas; they are also changed by them. The good thing about ideas is that they make you form your own relationship with the material that is being presented.

You almost cannot help it; your emotions are touched. Our imagination lights up mental images of whatever is being mentioned or described. And what is more, is that it does not stop there. An idea regardless of how stupid you think it is it can trigger further related ideas. Any idea that you latch onto, often takes its own life, connecting with other related ideas in your brain, exploring related possibilities, growing in scope and spawning other ideas. Ideas once conceptualized, behave like a living creature; growing, feeding and multiplying.

The greatest leaders who ever lived are remembered despite any eccentricities for their ideas. Ideas shape the brain; they change the physical appearance of the brain, mostly in childhood, but continue throughout adult life. Whether you, believe it or not, human beings listen, respond, grow and change in response to the messages they receive. It is possible to teach a young dog as well as anold dog new tricks. Some of the best ideas conceived by humanity Zero Even though zero has been with us since the Babylonian era, it did not infiltrate modern thinking until the 12th century when Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician wrote it in his book Liber Abaci.

When it was adopted, it allowed the use of decimals allowing human beings to advance their knowledge of logic and mathematics. Zero has also given us a lot of concepts including simple algebra, quantum physics, and rocket science.
World Wide Web Ever since Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist invented it about three decades ago, WWW has grown from just a few pages to hundreds of billions of pages. Among the pages exists thousands of sites giving humankind access to important information and opportunities that did not exist before. Even though not all the things that are available on the internet are positive, the benefits far out way the negative.

Electricity Most of us use electricity almost every day. When you want it, you do not have to wait in a queue or go to a store, you just plug in! You are good to go. But it wasn’t always like that. The history of electricity dates back to ancient Greeks who observed that when fossilized amber is rubbed with fur, it attracts different objects such as straws and feathers. However, it was not until the 17th century when Benjamin Franklin took things a step further.
He had one of the greatest minds of his time.

However, it was Sir George Cayley, who invented the first design. His design showed using the force of drag and lift; the airplane could fly. About a hundred years later in the early 19th century, the Wright brothers Wilbur and Orville, invented the first-ever powered plane out of an idea they had been working on for a long time in their garage. Other inventors built upon and copied the brother’s idea making better airplanes. You are what you think Human relationships matter and ideas matter too.

There is an adage that says, “You are what you consume.” The main reasoning behind it is that the food you take affects both your mind and health.

On a deeper level, Neuroscience also tells us that we are who we associate with and what we think. We are formed and shaped by our life experiences. Thinking out of the box should be encouraged everywhere, and it is always good to make moves to realize whatever ideas you have. We are all like publishers and broadcasters; it is up to us to share or spread any idea that we have to the world, to benefit humankind. It is up to us to tell good stories that enliven the imagination of humanity and stretch our thinking beyond the obvious. So do not sit on an idea thinking that it is a bad one, tell the world about it, and work hard to achieve it.

For parents, give your child a valuable idea and you would have done more for them than if you laid upon his or her mind the burden of useless information. That is the power of ideas; if you look at the world without limitations, anything is possible. It is those who do ordinary things in an extraordinary way who move the globe forward! Imagination "Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions." - Albert Einstein Your imagination is one of the most important parts of your plan to achieve your goals. It is the workroom of the mind where all your plans are fashioned. All great discoveries, inventions or accomplishments started in the imagination. How can the imagination help you achieve your goals? First, we need to discuss the two types of imagination.

There are two types of imagination: - Synthetic - Creative The synthetic imagination (innovation) allows you to rearrange or combine existing concepts, ideas, or plans into new combinations. This capability creates nothing; it merely rearranges existing ideas into new patpatterns. Mostly inventors use this type of imagination.
The creative imagination (invention) is the faculty through which "hunches" or "inspirations" originate.

All new ideas are generated through this type of imagination. It works best through the conscious mind when powered by an intense, burning desire.  In most people, this faculty has become weak and underpowered though it hasn't disappeared entirely. Like any skill, it must be practiced on a regular basis to grow stronger. You will mostly use the synthetic imagination to reach your goals. Transformation of your burning desires into real-world results requires the use of a plan, a set of systematically ordered actions to reach your goals.

These plans are formed with the help of the synthetic imagination.  Once you have used your imagination to bring forth a set of detailed plans based on your desires, you have given concrete, physical form to your non-physical desires. Remember that the moment you transform your non-physical desires into a set of written, details plans, you have taken the first step enabling you to convert your thoughts into their physical counterparts. Once you get an idea or thought in your head centering on a goal powered by a burning desire, it becomes larger and more powerful under its power.
You give life and action to them, and they take on a life of their own, sweeping away all obstacles between you and your goal.  The first step to harnessing the power of your imagination is to use affirmations. Affirmation is simply a positive statement that something is already true.

Affirmations must follow the 3 P's: Positive - they must be positive Present - they must be in the present as that’s all the mind knows Personal - they must be about YOU and no one else The subconscious filters out negation words like "not". It only interprets actions or things. If you try an affirmation, like: I am not smoking. The mind filters out "not" and only hears: I am smoking. Phrase your affirmations in the positive: I am healthy and smoke-free.

Repeat your affirmations throughout the day, vividly seeing them powered by a deep-seated burning desire as being true in your imagination and the attainment of your goal is just around the corner!  With kids and their improvement, nothing is more vital than imagination to help with the development of points of view and inventiveness. Kids that can make tracks in an opposite direction from it all and place themselves, rationally, in a different universe will probably have the capacity to think "fresh" and deliver more fantastic results when learning and working. Therefore, the significance of imagination cannot be ignored and ought to be empowered when bringing up youngsters.  

Folks know the importance of interest in kids. Interest holds a critical spot in the psyches of children because it furnishes them with the will to investigate and develop knowledge. Kids are wired to be curious and interested in their environment as they grow. However, it is imagination that pushes the kid past the limits of interest and into another world of revelation.

Imagination starts with the readiness to see and be all energies. It is the way we cooperate with ourselves that creates it. What are we eager or unwilling to see in ourselves? The more that we are personally mindful of our sentiments and sensations the more we get to be mindful of everything around us. One of the benefits of a developed imagination is inventiveness. Inventiveness is not constrained to our craft, composing or whatever we have considered as our imaginative foray. It is a decision to be open at all times to try to see possibilities.

Innovation has led people like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg to become multi-billionaires. Creative genius leads people to great inventions. But while we cannot always be famous inventors, we are capable of being innovators. Imagination can invent, but it can also innovate.

Look at the world around you and think where can I add value? Some of the best products available in the world were conceived when someone opened themselves up to the possibility of invention. Invention is great, but innovation always replaces it. Look at the VHS tape the once billion-dollar industry has been replaced by the DVD, which will soon be overtaken by Blue Ray.

Look at the classic vinyl player this has been replaced with the MP3 player that can store the record collection of a typical 1950’s family with a device a fraction of the size. Innovation makes us think of doing things in better and more efficient ways. If you are looking to become a millionaire, learn to think like an innovator. Don’t accept the status quo of what the world deems to be possible.

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Vision, planning, and goals As you start to re-awaken the sleeping giant of your imagination and innovation, you must learn to concentrate this power on a singular idea of accomplishment. When you focus your imagination on a set of ideas, it is called vision. Research has proven that there are ways you can increase your chances of success. Each and every one of these ways requires adopting a mindset that involves "the big picture."

You may be wondering; what type of mindset helps you learn to control the big picture? It all starts with developing a vision and a perspective that guides your every move and directs you toward success. It doesn't matter where you are in life, or where you want to go, your dreams, goals and aspirations are all possible.

You can have them, all it takes is proper planning, taking it one step at a time and conquering the things that are holding you back one-by-one.  

Once you have a clear picture of who you need to be to possess what you want to have then, you must get all other parts of your being to co-operate with your master plan. One of the easiest ways to do this is to write down your plan. To develop the perfect plan, you must step back and see yourself as an outside observer. Think of it as though you are watching a movie and you are analyzing the actor's lives on the screen. The difference is one of the actors is you!

Pay attention to the actor that is you.  What is your life really like? Is it as bad as you perceive it to be, or is it worse? Now think of how you want to live. Is there a significant gap between where your life is and where you want your life to be? Now take a step back. Focus in on what you will have to do to get where you want to be. What are you willing to commit to reaching your goal?

You know it will not be easy, and it will probably take some time, but when you are looking at the big picture, the struggle is worth the work you will need to put in to reach your goal.  While you may think that this exercise is just daydreaming,
it is much more than that. It is training your pre-frontal cortex to do some things.

By knowing your goal, you can dramatically reduce your impulsive nature. You can also drastically strengthen your ability to make conscious decisions to work towards your goal, rather than act out of habit, which has what led you to the life your currently live. You are teaching your brain guidance, structure, and paving the way for the creation of new habits.

By writing down your goals, and the steps you need to take to reach them, you will be able to encourage yourself to support your efforts to achieve your goals, as well as follow through on the commitments you have made to yourself and your family. Understanding the Definition of Vision When you are looking for success, and trying to leave your unsuccessful life behind, it is important to understand the definition of your vision, purpose, and goals. To do this, you must first look at the reasons you are motivated to make a change. While you are on your internal search, it is important to create a vision statement, a purpose statement, and an action plan.

Along the way, you have a chance to evaluate your personal values and determine whether you are living a life that aligns with them.

Are you compromising your values? If so, you need to make a plan to change the course of your life and create a list of what you would like to see manifested in your future. Creating Your Vision Statement Your vision statement is a document that represents the positive values that you would like to see happen as a result of your efforts. This is a method of self-discovery. It helps you to clarify what you value most and what your life goals are. By putting your goals on paper, you are taking the first step in your journey toward living a better life.  

The chances are that this vision connects you to what you value as life's deeper meaning. For example, having a better job, more money, and a bigger house will allow you to provide your children with a brighter future.

While you are preparing to write your purpose statement, approach it as though you are peeling the layers off an onion, one at a time. The first part of your list should include your superficial reasons for your vision. As you go, through your list, the reasons should become less and less superficial. Eventually, after you have peeled away all of the layers of your onion, you will find the core purpose for what you want in life.

This core is the deepest reason you are motivated to make a change in your life.  

Take the time to attach a feeling to each and every item on your list. By attaching emotion, you increase the motivation you have to reach your goals and maintaining the progress that you have made. This list is something you will refer to when you feel yourself losing motivation, or picking up old habits again; which usually happens when you feel stressed, distracted or fatigued.

Conceptualize your vision into goals Now that you have a clear picture of what your future will look like, you have taken the time to create a comprehensive purpose statement, and you are excited about what the future will hold. It is time to zoom in on the specifics of how you will reach your goal.  

While this may sound like the easy part, it is one of the most difficult steps on the road to changing your life. You will need to set specific goals that will lead you to your perfect future. After you have developed your list of goals, you will need to create the action plan, which will be the map that guides you to your future.

After you create your list of goals and your action plan, make a copy and give it to your closest friend, your spouse, or a loved one for safe keeping. Let them know that you need them to help you remain accountable for your actions.

Remind your friends or your spouse that to reach your goals, you need support in a loving manner.  You can also join social media groups that are filled with people who share your goals of becoming a happier, wealthier, or better person. Using the S.M.A.R.T Method to set your Goals Paul J. Meyer first described the smart method of goal setting in his book "Attitude is Everything" Each letter of the word S.M.A.R.T stands for something specific that will help you create clear goals that are easy to obtain and force you to take action.  

S: Specific - Every goal you make should be detailed, specific, clear and concise. M: Measurable - Every goal you make should be trackable in measurable increments. You should be able to see how much, how many, and how often. Your progress should be logged in a daily log.

A: Action-Oriented - Each goal should consist of an action-oriented result. What can you do to attain this goal? R: Realistic and Relevant - Every goal should pose a small challenge, but should also be realistic. As you move up the list of your goals, they should become more challenging, but still realistic. You should never make a goal that will set yourself up for failure.

T: Time-Based - Time-based goals tell you when you should have the goal completed. This helps to keep yourself accountable for your actions. Time-based goals prevent you from procrastinating and keep you moving toward your ultimate goal. Create an Action Plan An action plan is a great way to support your list of goals. It clearly defines how you will split up your time and resources.

This action plan should be set up to function as a day-to-day and a week-to-week plan. As you create the plan, you will be able to see clearly the specific responsibility you are taking on to change your life.

As you create this plan, make sure that you are ready and willing to take on the responsibility necessary to reach your goals and turn your vision into a reality. You may think that creating an action plan is a waste of time. After all, you already know where you want to go in life. You have a goal plan, a vision statement, and a purpose statement. However, there is so much more to creating an action plan than just putting words on paper.

You are re-wiring your brain and preparing it to create new habits. Your action plan should outline when, where, how, and with whom everything should take place.

As you develop this plan, take note of how you feel about each item. If you feel any negative feeling associated with them, take the time to re-align yourself with positive thoughts. Keep reinforcing these positive thoughts in association with these tasks.

Over time, the negative feelings will fade, and you will see your action plan positively. Make sure that each and every part of your action plan is as specific as possible.

By ensuring that each step is specific, you can help to eliminate the negative influence that fatigue, stress, and distraction have on your ability to obtain your goals. It also ensures that you will not be one of the many people who fall victim to the horrible effects that self-criticism can cause, which will ultimately set you up for failure.

Plan for Failure Wait? Why should you plan for failure? Isn't this about planning for success? Well, yes, it is, but to plan for success, you must also plan for failure. The reason you should plan for failure is an effort to help you reach your goals; it is not a fallback plan.  

This plan is a list of obstacles that could stand in your way. For example, if your family or extended family are not on board with your goals because it takes time away from what they want you to do. As you make this list of obstacles, you can come up with a game plan for when they pop up.

This way, when something comes up that can throw your game plan off, you are already prepared with a contingency plan of action to keep you on track and to plow ahead toward your goals. Putting Your Hard Work into Motion Now that you have put your hard work onto paper, it is time to put it into action. You have fully outlined your goals, created a roadmap and even created a plan in case you run into a serious mountain that gets in your way. Everyone runs into obstacles along the way.

You can consider these obstacles small tests of how bad you want to reach your goals. They also test your determination as to how bad you want to bring your dream life into a reality.

Remember, no goal is impossible to obtain.

No goal is outside of your reach. All you need is the motivation, determination, and the drive to set yourself up for success instead of following the same road to failure that you always have.

Creative genius
Most people subscribe to the notion that great thinking is an esoteric quality. They have a misconception that only a select few can unleash a steady flow of creative genius. That is not true at all.

The fact is creativity is very much like a muscle that needs to be exercised consistently. If you don't practice harnessing creative thinking, this skill will very much dwindle into non-existence. But keep working and this skill will soon come to you in a snap. To develop your creativity, you will need to challenge yourself. Read everything available good and bad, and keep your mind open to the infinite possibilities of the universe.

The more you know, the more you'll want to know, and the more your faculty of wonder will be exercised. Reading exposes you to ideas, which are left deep in your mind. Even when you think you can recall most of what you have read, the information is there filled deeply inside of you.

Moments of genius come when your subconscious mind makes the connections between fragmented ideas to solve difficult problems. One of the constraints of developing creative genius is time. Most people will look for the path of least resistance, and this applies to thinking as well. To harness creative genius, you will need to put a deliberate emphasis on solving problems no matter how complex. There will be times when it is prudent to seek help, but you must find ways to challenge your creative faculties if you are to develop them.

Take a stab at something new and let your encounters widen your viewpoint. Explore another region in your neighborhood. Spend an evening in a gallery to which you've never been. Learn to play chess, solve puzzles at the back of newspapers. Use the time of your air flights to solve problems, rather than to watch a movie you have already watched. One simple rule that has clawed back so much time for me is never to watch a movie or TV show more than once (unless it is rated 8.5 of 10) and minimize total time for watching TV to just a few hours a week. The more you cut out distraction, the quicker you will develop.

Open up to the general population around you. As you push yourself out of your comfort zone more and more every day, you feed your mind with experiences. This will develop your open-mindedness and increase your get-up-and-go.

Learn to embrace irrational ideas and thinking.
As John Russell once said, "Rational soundness quiets, yet frenzy is more fascinating." Exactly! Each creative believed was once considered insanity by other "normal" individuals at some time. Fortunately, that didn't prevent the creative prodigies from remaining by them. The thing is sanity or being normal confines people to think ‘normally,' within limits.

Creativity is essentially breaking through barriers. Yes, this includes the bizarre and the downright strange. It's been said that all of us are born geniuses. The problem is, most of us don't know it. We believe what the world outside of us dictates to us. It reminds me of a Buddhist monk I once met who told me that the difference between an enlightened being and an unenlightened being is that the enlightened being knows he's enlightened. So, what is this creativity thing, anyway?

It’s been estimated that the average person comes up with three or four ideas every day that, if followed through, would lead to infinite wealth. Now, this creates a whole other issue, doesn't it? You see, most of us don't suffer from a lack of ideas. In fact, if you were to brainstorm moneymaking ideas right now, you could probably come up with at least five or six that, if you followed up with them, it would make you a fortune. The real issue, then, is a lack of action.

Moreover, that is not all. So why don't we follow through on our ideas? Well, if we go back to my client Richard's issue, most of us don't believe that an idea that we thought up would be any good. As a result, all those awesome ideas that pop into your head are tossed aside as foolish even though they may hold the keys to realizing our dreams. There are essentially four parts of the creative process. They are preparation, gestation, realization, and application. - Of the four, preparation is the most important.

This is where you ask the right questions, gather facts, figures, and raw data.
Typically, it's also the most time consuming. - Gestation is letting the idea sit for a while. Allowing it to cook or fester inside of you, until it comes bursting out. Then comes the realization process. - Realization is just when the idea becomes more concrete. With realization, you can see how to put the idea into practical use. It's no longer just in your head, now you've got it down on paper, and know exactly what to do.

If realization is knowing what to do, then the application process is the act of doing it. No longer is the idea in your head or on paper; it's being realized in its physical form. It's solid now for all the world to see.

When it comes to creative thinking, quantity is more important than quality. This goes almost against every other concept we're familiar with. With creative thinking, however, if you have enough ideas, it makes sense that at least one will prove to be a winner. Each of us possesses an untapped potential within. We are all destined to be someone and achieve something in the course of our lives.

However, due to the multitude of challenges and obstacles that we encounter every day, we neglect that we have this capacity to achieve our goals, and be the best person we can become. The fire of potential is not kindled but instead seized.

What most people fail to understand is that it is only in accepting and utilizing this potential that we will fully realize its amazing and powerful impact on improving our lives. In the course of our pursuit of reaching our full potential, several obstacles may get in the way. Often, these hindrances are not material. Instead, they are nothing more than self-limiting beliefs that stop as from getting to where we want to be or being what we are meant to become.

It is fear, anguish, and worry that tops the list in hampering people from finding the positive that life has to offer.  Foremost, this is brought about by fear. In psychology, "fear of failure" or "fear of success" are terms often used to explain why people hold themselves back. "Fear of failure" is what it suggests. Nobody wants to fail utterly. Accepting defeat is difficult. On the other hand, "fear of success" is not as easy to analyze. Success is not universally a positive thing. It changes one's life in one way or another.

Fear of achievement somehow translates to the fear of what may come with success. Achieving success for some people may lead to one's losing a sense of purpose.  Since the goal he was aiming at has already been attained, he finds no more purpose in pursuing any more goals.

Also, take, for example, someone who aspires to make a breakthrough in science may just be able to achieve his goal, but succeeding may cause that person to be in the limelight - giving speeches at conferences, facing both praises and criticisms, and even incurring the envy of his colleagues. Because of this fear of being exposed and succumbing to a public life, people may just be content with being themselves and blend with the crowd. They no longer seek for more by furthering or enhancing their chosen craft. Somewhere along the way, progress stops, and the full potential within waiting to be freed is curtailed.

Psychologists encourage people who are seeking to reach their fullest potential, not to focus on the material aspects of achievement. Instead, they must aim more for personal development, to stay hungry for success and push to be as much as you can. Looking towards personal fulfillment gives the much-needed inspiration to discover how far you can go. You must set your targets high, but be sure to keep your expectations level with reality. Do not satisfy yourself with the way things are. Crave to discover your capabilities. Challenge yourself; do not settle for just what is served. Know that there are infinite possibilities and a myriad of opportunities for you. These opportunities are like fruits dangling from a tree that is all yours for the taking. Understand that you deserve as much success and fulfillment as anybody else.  After realizing the importance of having a goal that allows you to reach inside and release that full potential, you should also see that there is danger in setting too many targets. There is nothing wrong with being enthusiastic and giving yourself several targets to keep you active and moving.

But you must also understand that you can only do so much at one time. A sense of purpose may not always guarantee success. There is also a matter of "resources". The resources you have may not be enough to support your enthusiasm – (health, time, funding). You must be careful and manage stress and burnout. If you feel as if things are getting on top of you, then adjust and stick to your pace. There is no need to rush. Give yourself some time to appreciate the little milestones you come across after overcoming the little challenges you pass.

Clear your mind. Overcome fear. Stay active. Engage yourself with your world. Savor your accomplishments. It is from a sound mind, setting clear priorities, living a phased lifestyle and proving to yourself how capable you are that you can and will realize and reach your full potential.  Keep a written record of all ideas discussed at the meeting and keep the file active. Quick judgment should not be applied to any idea

until sufficient time has been devoted to determining if the idea has any merit. Surprisingly, the ideas that sound far-fetched could end up being original after enough time has been devoted to making it thrive. Lastly, we are all super creative. Not all of us, however, trust ourselves enough to act on our ideas. It's time you realize the genius in you. Clear your mind. Overcome fear. Stay active. Engage yourself with your world.

Belief and will power Many struggle to act on their ideas as we talked about in the previous chapter because they don’t believe in them. Now let’s take a deeper look at what belief is. Did you know that you have all the power within yourself to succeed? Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, you are right.” It is that simple; which can be a bit frightening if you reflect back on how you have been viewing yourself lately.

You have the power within yourself, to decide how you feel about a certain situation and also to think and react to any given circumstance. This is the sole reason as to why people lose control in a stressful situation while others just shrug and go about their business.  

Activate the Law of Attraction (Law of Belief) and acquire the millionaire mind, and start thinking and acting like a millionaire. The Law of Attraction simply states that: “Whatever it is that you deeply believe at the subconscious level, will reflect in your life”; that is, “It will be done unto you as you BELIEVE.” Here’s how it works: Your values and beliefs influence what you mostly think about (thought patterns); what you chiefly focus on; your mindset and emotions (emotional states); your present attitudes; your current behaviors and as a result; the actions that you take.

Your beliefs, values, thought patterns and actions determine the vibrations that your subconscious mind sends out to the universe. The more harmony you have in belief, values, thought patterns and actions the more powerful the message you send out to the universe. Most books infer some magical, mystical power to the law of attraction.

There is nothing magical the simple truth is that to succeed there must be a congruence in our innermost self and agreement between all the things under our control for us to become our highest possible state of being. Ancient wisdom tells us that “faith without works is dead.” In other words, if our belief does not lead to actions it has no power. The subconscious mind is often the truest indication of our true desires and motive. What we do and how we act sub-consciously is a more accurate indication of our true beliefs.

When our faith is strong, and our subsubconscious mind is aligned to what we cognitively think, we will begin to act in ways subconsciously that support our true belief system. Some say they want to be millionaires but inwardly they feel like they will lose their way and hence their subconscious minds influence reality and manifest what they truly believe. If you dream of being rich but deeply inwardly think it will ruin you, then your mind will manifest what it thinks you need to be fulfilled. To succeed, you must be in complete harmony with the idea of being a millionaire and having abundance.

The reason the law of attraction doesn’t work for many people is that they think that if they merely think about something hard enough it will magically materialize and be given to them because they made a demand on universal intergalactic concierge service. If you don’t believe in Santa Claus, then you shouldn’t believe you can simply wish things into existence. If you have an unhappy marriage and want to change it, you must start with the idea of change, emotional desire for it to happen and actions that are in agreement with what you desire.

Just wishing you were happily married with no corresponding actions will not work, neither will just wishing you were a millionaire while having a consumerist mentality and habits work for you either. The best way to explain the law of belief as I call it is this; You focus your mind, emotions and intention of achieving something and cultivate habits that support your objectives. At the point they become instinctive and second nature to your mind, body, and soul (the intangible) will all be aligned and work towards achieving your objectives (I highly recommend another one of my books called beast mode where I go into this in much greater depth).

The mind, body, and soul must all be in agreement before this innate power can be harnessed. Meditating about success will serve you no purpose if you are not cultivating the mindset and actions that will manifest the success you desire. A mind is a powerful tool and governs the way you think and what you do beyond levels you may be aware off. When the mind has negative beliefs, it affects how you view yourself and how you live. Using your mind’s power to bring positive changes into your life is a stepping-stone towards creating a Millionaire mindset. Studies show that willpower is like a muscle. The more you exercise it, the more you use it and the stronger it gets. In one study, some college students were put in front of a table with a bowl of chocolate and a bowl of radishes.

Half the students were instructed to restrain from eating the chocolate and only to eat the radishes while the other half were to eat the chocolates and keep off the radishes. Afterward, they are asked to complete a puzzle. The puzzle was impossible to solve; however, they wanted to see how long they would work at it before giving up.

The interesting thing is that those that exercised their self-control and their willpower refrained from eating the chocolate, and ate the radishes gave up much sooner. Those that ate the chocolate worked at it much longer. So when faced with a problem that needs fixing; always think of these three "R's": Reflect on the particular challenge that you are facing. Research your probable options, you could start by asking other people who’ve gone through the same challenge and succeeded. Go out there and do it, turn your life around by reaching exponential success.

Look at your life's habits, and you realize that your present life situation is an accumulation of the choices and decisions that you've made, time and again.
Your habits in life will always determine your future and your success.

And usually, we won't see the results or the consequences of those actions until much later in life - twenty thirty years down the road. Here is the key; you must have some faith in yourself, change your beliefs and replace your habits. So, critically examine your belief and willpower and create an action plan to replace the negative part with a more productive perspective of yourself.

You need to give yourself permission to win. And you can win this game and become whatever it is that you desire. Give yourself permission, program your mind and find your purpose in life. You may already know your passion and purpose in life. Align that with your natural ability. Live your life with purpose.

Finding that purpose will increase your confidence. Get on the road to exponential success and you'll be amazed at what you can accomplish regarding your happiness, your willingness and your ability to change the world. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Take the first step in faith; you don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step." Part of that faith is the ability to believe wholly without seeing; knowing that you can accomplish whatever it is that you want and seeing your future. So get committed, and learn always to keep the promises you make to yourself and others.

Work on that willpower Always watch the words you use. Don't say, “I'll try”, or “I could,” “I hope,” “I might.” Instead, say, “I will,” “I can” etc. Program your mind for victory. Vince Lombardy said, "The quality of your life will be determined by the depth of your commitment to excellence, more than any other factor." So what exactly are you committed to, that is committed to?

And what are you willing to sacrifice to accomplish all this? Realize that the commitments that you make in a moment of excitement have the sustaining inspiration to take you to the next level. Your commitment to whatever it is that you want to achieve must be stronger than your day-to-day moods. Find the commitment, and then find the courage and do it.

Life is one great game. Either you can spend your time training and willing, or you could spend your time on the bench watching, waiting and wishing around the field. All the while telling everybody else on the field what they should and should not be doing. You need to take charge of your life and, of course, your mindset. It is your decision to make. You could make excuses and even rationalize all day long, but to win the game you have to be in the field - physically. It's just that little extra effort – that little push that makes all the difference.  The biggest obstacle that people face is fear. We all do have certain fears. The most interesting thing is that even one-week-old babies have fears.

A baby that is a week old or one who’ve just been born has two main fears: the fear of loud noises and the fear of falling. While we’ve learned and got accustomed to these fears, the challenge is to unlearn them – to completely overcome our fears so we can believe in ourselves again and trudge on to the goal. Sadly, the biggest fear that Napoleon Hill talks about is the fear of criticism. We care a great deal about what other people think of us. We want to be socially accepted. For the sake of our self-esteem, we want to be accepted and even praised.

Unsurprisingly, this is one of our deepest cravings. Napoleon Hill says it robs you of initiative; destroys your power of imagination, while limiting your individuality and taking away your self-reliance and contributing to more damages in 100 other ways. Napoleon says that the fear of criticism causes lack of ambition and lack of initiative.

It is man’s greatest enemy; identify it within yourself and get over it. Understand that fear is magnified doubt. And that it is created in your mind. What is of importance is to get out there and do it.

Overcome your fears and self-doubt and understand what it is that your fears are costing you. Monetarily, relationship-wise, and most of all, the things you need to achieve to become exponentially successful.

Consequently, you must vigilantly check how you talk and immediately get rid of any thoughts of self-doubt about not getting your goal. Anytime you experience self-doubt, you must work towards developing total belief and utter certainty that you will achieve your goal. Your conscious mind’s task is to set the new goal and then beef up security so that no thoughts of fears, worries or doubts about not receiving whatever it is that you want will be entertained. Whatever method or technique you employ, ensure that you always check your level of unbelief.

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Your mindset is your way to success.
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