In today’s episode I would like to talk a little bit more about the mindset and money guilt.
So shall you really feel bad of wanting to be rich? Some people says that money is source of all evil in the world. Some people says that rich people are greedy, bad and using others for their own benefits. But is it a truth? In majority no. Some people are even saying that it’s written in Bible that money is source of all evil in the world. They are wrong, because it’s written there that love of money is source of all evil in the world. So money and love of money are two completely different things. But hey, we are not here today to analyze Bible.
First of all I would like you to understand that being rich or having a lot of money is just an end result. It’s an end result of your habits, your hard work, discipline, the value you bring to market place, the number of problems you solve and people you impact every day. So the more problems you solve, the more value you bring to the market place, the more impact you have on people the more money you should make. I think it’s quite logic. I believe you would agree with me that people who are like that should make more money than people who don’t do that.
One of my mentors Mr Ray Higdon said once “your poverty serves no one” and it hit me right between my eyes. Think about it for a second. When you are poor you are not able to support your church or charity because you simply have no money. When you are poor you are not able to support your family, you can’t send your kids to the best schools, because you can’t afford it. So staying broke serves no one, including yourself. Ray also said that “being broke is selfish” and I totally agree with that. It is selfish because when you stay in your comfort zone and do nothing, not bringing value to the market place, not helping others, not solving people’s problems you are simply lazy. You are not even giving good example to your closest one’s. That’s selfish!
So I want you to wipe out of your mind wealth guilt. Please don’t feel guilty for wanting to create extraordinary life for yourself and others. Please don’t feel bad about making a lot of money and having power to support your community, impact and inspire others to become better versions of themselves. As a true leader you must be an example. You must prove that something is possible. You want to support future of your kids? Guess who they are watching and copying? YOU! So next time when you will be sitting on the couch watching TV every evening, complaining about your crappy job think what example you give to your child. You can’t do nothing and expect them to do great things. You need to do great things to inspire them to do great things. Your success will help them achieve their success. Do everything you can to create the situation where your kids would like to be like you.
So wanting to be rich is a good thing, because the only way to get there is to bring the value to the market place, helping others, solve many problems and inspire others. Make an impact to the world. Create your success and inspire others to do the same!
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“We can do anything we want if we stick to it long enough.”
“Be kind; everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” Plato
“If one asks for success but prepares for failure, they will get the situation they have prepared for.”
“Nothing great was ever achieved when you work on only the days you want to.”
“The only reason we don’t have what we want in life is the reasons we create why we can’t have them.” Tony Robbins
“You were born to win– but to be a winner you must plan to win, prepare to win and expect to win.”
“Faith makes things possible, not easy.” Unknown
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” Neale Donald Walsch
“Superior men are modest in speech but exceed in actions” Confucius
“When everything seems like an uphill struggle, just think of the view from the top”