Become A Money-Magnet!
Don’t you love the sound of that phrase! Okay but most people would say, HOW! One thing I have learned is that money is never the issue, mind-set is the issue!
From Brian Tracy’s book “Getting Rich Your Own Way,” there are action steps at the end of the chapter titled “Become A Money Magnet!”
1. Create a clear mental picture of yourself completely successful in every area of your life; combine this picture with the feelings of happiness and pride that will acoompany success. Repeat this image combined with emotion, frequently through the day.
2. Begin today to build your success library, with books on success, achievement, and the accomplishments of people you admire and read them 30–60 minutes a day.
3. Get around winners–positive, optimistic people who have goals and who are going somewhere with their lives. Ask them for advise and recommendations, share ideas with them.
4. Talk to yourself positively all the time; become your own cheerleader. Cancel fear of failure by repeating, “I can do it, I can do anything I put my mind to!” Keep this up until are no longer afraid of anything!
5. Start each day off positively by reading something uplifting, and then by rewriting your goals in the present tense, as if they were already accomplished. Practice the 21-Day Positive Mental Attitude Diet until it becomes a habit.
6. Set a goal today to achieve a net worth of $ million. Analyze your starting point, make a long-term plan, and set milestones for earnings, savings, and investments. Take action today to begin moving toward it. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
7. Give yourself a raise. Decide today to increase your current annual income by 50 percent. Write it down as a goal and then make a plan to accomplish it. Take action immediately and never stop until you are successful.
You can have anything you want–if you want it badly enough. You can be anything you want to be, have anything you desire, accomplish anything you set out to accomplish–if you will hold to that desire with singleness of purpose. ~~ Robert Collier