Developing an Entrepreneurial mindset Part One
“We attract into our lives whatever we give our energy, focus, and attention to, whether wanted or unwanted.” – Michael J Lasier
When you set out to grow a business or build wealth. Your subconscious mind can be your best friend or your worst enemy. As a guide to help you take a mental inventory or your own beliefs, I’m giving you a great list of questions to ask yourself around wealth creation and business. Below is a list of some of the common beliefs I’ve seen clients struggle with:
- Most rich people probably did something bad, dishonest, or took advantage of people to acquire their
- It’s more righteous to be poor than to acquire
- Acquiring wealth takes too much work or
- I don’t feel good or lucky enough to acquire
- Trying to acquire wealth won’t allow much time for anything else in
- If I acquire wealth, there are certain people in my life who won’t like
- Having a lot of money means you must be
- I don’t know enough to acquire
- If I acquire wealth, I might lose
- If I really strive for wealth and don’t succeed, I’ll feel like a
- You can’t strive for wealth and be happy at the same
- It’s not right to make more money than my
- It takes money to make
- Striving for wealth can cause stress and health
- Given my past, it would be difficult to acquire
- I’m too young or old to acquire
- I don’t have the time to manage money; I don’t enjoy managing
- I don’t have enough money to worry about
- Financial security comes from having a good job and steady
Read through this list and see which messages about money you might be carrying around with you. A strong mental foundation regarding money and wealth is what I refer to as an “entrepreneur's mindset.” A large part of becoming financially independent is first developing the proper attitude. Our financial beliefs come from a combination of our background, the people we associate with, and what we have learned about money as children and adults.
These beliefs can be very personal and, if not properly managed, very dangerous to our financial well being. “Money” is mentioned more than any other word in the Bible—even “love.” That leads me to believe that money is pretty important and has been for a very long time. I think that, if used wisely, money can become a blessing to many people...but if used unwisely, it can be a time bomb waiting to go off.
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