By A.R. Royce
Okay so maybe someone reading this right now is “average” but
they want to move from average to fortune. How can they do it?
Give me some steps: Ok. All you have to do is understand how the
elite (the people above you) think and act and then slowly assume
those same characteristics. Here’s more ideas: Wealthy people
stand behind a cash register. Average people stand in front of
them. Wealthy people don’t have to “see things first”. Because
they (1) believe first (2) act second and then they (3) see.
That’s how wealthy people operate. They believe it first. But the
average person says, “I believe it after I see it!”
Wealthy people are simply “little shots who kept shooting”.
Wealthy people don’t quit and thus, only experience defeat. Not
failure. And thus through their defeats they analyze what isn’t
working so they rearrange what they’re doing wrong until they win.
On the other hand, average people quit at the first sign of rain
and thus failure (quitting) becomes actually who they are, i.e.,
What else? Let’s see. OK, here’s another: Wealthy people usually
were once broke. But what they do is they “home school” and are
typically voracious readers. How-to books, biographies and books
on personal development. Average people though seem to never have
any free time.
“Show me a busy man and I’ll show you a success story” – right?
And that’s how nature works. “Use it or lose it”. Try this: Try
committing to completing one simple task every day – like jogging
one-half mile. This benefits you physically and psychologially —
which relates to adding to your earning power. More importantly,
it forces you into disciplining yourself, (i.e., wresting the ego
into submission) … which ultimately is what success mostly
consists of: discipline.
A.R. Royce has more than 25 years of marketing and public
relations experience, including online and offline. For
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