Do you possess the wealth consciousness, Did you know that your mindset is what determines whether you will be financially free or not, Have you ever wondered why some people seem to always come out on top and others seem to never have enough, You may be surprised to learn that what distinguishes these two people is not in what is happening around or to them, but what is happening inside them. . . in their mind.
This may be a tough pill to swallow, especially since many of us have been raised and taught to believe differently. The media that surrounds us portrays everyone as victims.
But the reality is that our thoughts, our viewpoints, and our beliefs influence the actions we take, and the actions we take influence the results we achieve. We choose to be what we are in this life.
Let’s go on to point out more differences between the two examples we mentioned earlier. People who don’t suffer in the having-enough-money department often see themselves as the creators of their destinies.
Therefore, they take responsibility for what is happening to them.
People who struggle financially (or otherwise) often see themselves as victims of outside circumstances. Things are always happening to them. They don’t realize that they have the power to change things or to even establish new circumstances.
People who prosper tend to use the words “I can. . .” often while people who struggle can often be heard saying “I can’t. . .” This again boils down to what you feel that you have control over. If you tend to say “I can’t”, it’s because you believe that there is some outside force that prevents you from performing.
What you do with your time is another tell-tale sign of your wealth consciousness level.
Those who prosper are dedicated to learning and constantly developing their skills. It is a lifelong commitment.
Also, these types of people realize that they can learn anything that they set their mind to as long as they take the time to learn it all.
Take a look at the types of questions you ask yourself.
Do you ask yourself questions like “Why did this have to happen to me,” (victim attitide) or ” What can I do in order to turn this bad situation around,” (proactive, wealth conscious attitude).
The first question will get you nowhere while the second will lead to solutions and other options.
Finally, what action are you taking on a daily basis towards broadening your horizons and fine-tuning your skills, Are you consistently seeking out improvement or do you only go in spurts that you happen to feel more positive.
The more time you invest and the more consistently you invest it, the faster you will start seeing positive changes in your life.
These tips offer a good start to establishing your own wealth consciousness.