After spending many years examining the traits of millionaires (most of them not born into rich families by the way), I'm able to draw some crucial insights on why successful people are where they are today. A very important trait is the mindset of the person. Millionaires have positive mindsets and they use positive vocabularies. It is this kind of mindset that can determine one's destiny - whether that person will be moving on to be rich and successful, or will be constantly struggling financially and remain broke.
Let’s compare the differences between the mindset of the rich and that of the poor...
The rich always makes a plan whereas the poor always makes an excuse.
The rich sees possibilities whereas the poor sees problems.
The rich sees an answer for every problem whereas the poor sees a problem for every answer.
The rich makes commitments whereas the poor makes promises.
The rich makes things happen whereas the poor let things happen.
The rich makes mistakes but says "I was wrong!" whereas the poor makes mistakes but says "It wasn't my fault!"
The rich says "I must do something!" whereas the poor says "Something must be done!"
The rich says "It may be difficult but it is possible!" whereas the poor says "It may be possible but it is too difficult!"
Can you identify with any of the mindset and attitudes listed? Choose to develop the mindset of the rich for a start. It's important because the kind of mindset you have will eventually determine your future course and destiny!
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Kelvin Wong is a millionaire investor and landlord. He currently owns a multi-million dollar property portfolio in Singapore, Australia and Malaysia. With his assets generating multiple streams of income to sustain his desired lifestyle, Kelvin became financially free at 39. He holds a Bachelor of Business (Dean's List) degree and a Diploma in Business Management. Kelvin writes about building wealth and achieving financial freedom in his free time.
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