We see many key differences when we look at the behaviors and attitudes of those financially successful and those who fight to build fortune.
However, there is a psychological characteristic that is shared by the rich and the poor. That’s what the self-serving partiality is called.
The self-serving distortion is any perceptive distortion that an individual has so that he can see himself in a positive light. That’s what we often see when we look at people who come from riches and seem to blindly attribute their success to their talents –some call it the silver spoon effect. It is incredibly frustrating to see these people show no signs of humility for those of us who don’t have such an excitement in life.
This self-serving prejudice goes in both directions. Most people looking at other people’s lives under-estimate their success and overestimate the value of talent, work ethics and thinking. We tend to consider other people’s failings as character defects rather than bad luck.
So what are we able to learn from that?
Well, while luck is a factor, it’s completely out of our control, so the only area we should focus on is our thinking. It can make us much more likely to earn this kind of money if we can take a millionaire attitude.
Well-off people are often going to tell you: everything is about mindset. And the truth is, yes, most of it is mentality.
So here is a millionaire’s 10 hidden secrets …
1.Millionaires trust their unconscious minds.
The mind is erratic and untrustworthy. It changes its position on things constantly, raised objections and doubts which prevent clear and concise decision-making. The millionaire attitude requires us to rely on more than what we feel at the present time, something that goes beyond our fears and concerns. Others may say that they have faith in their unconscious minds to lead them in the right direction at the right time.
2. Millionaires start with absolute clarity.
One thing is to know what you want and another is to know what you want in the smallest detail. Millionaires often have very clear goals and plans to follow up until they reach their destination. We see the same thinking frequently in hyper-successful athletes who speak for years about their success visualizing it. You must define exactly what you want and know the experience intimately before it enters into existence if you want to have an idea of growth and abundance.
3. Millionaires know their greatest asset is attention.
The average person is wasteful of time each day for hours and hours. Social media, TV, video games on phone, smoking cigarettes, and a list of things continues. The millionaire knows their attention is precious and does not waste it on activities that offer nothing. All they do is concentrated on their goal.
4. Millionaires never lose sight of their target.
It is important that you always keep your goal ahead of you in order not to waste any attention on trivial pursuits. One way to do this is to create a life in which people with similar goals are around you. You can also ensure that you celebrate the small wins constantly so you know exactly what you do.
5. Millionaires distort their money relationship.
This is what the millionaire mindset is most unusual. Most people never consider themselves to be unconscious about their inability to make money. We have had conditions for believing in the Hollywood version of the wealthy villain, so we believe that wealth gain means acting in a way which puts our moral integrity in question. You can make money and still help people, whether you’re a good person doesn’t relate to your bank account. Make sure you don’t have a conflicting money relationship and don’t have any moral doubts.
6. Millionaires decide on things that have meaning in their lives.
You must decide that money is a precious asset for your life. You’ll never focus to pull up and go hunting for wealth–there are simply too many opinions when you listen to what everyone else says you care. You will be driven to success by your mind if you decide what is in your life and do not follow the herd.
7. Millionaires give better than they take.
It can be counter intuitive, but the millionaire attitude is more than necessary. You must be social in order to gain wealth and be successful in your relationships. Look always for something else, and you’re going to find something in return.
8. Millionaires are aware of their drive.
People may make a lot of money if their emotions are negative; anger, greed, insecurity. But that never will bring you the accomplishment you expect. If you are driven by a need to serve others, then money brings a sense of satisfaction. Know you’ve got the right motivations to get rich.
9. Millionaires do not so personally take stuff.
Another aspect of millionaire thinking is that they do not personally take things. It’s hard to remain grounded and coherent in our actions when we look at our ups and downs as reflections of our self-worth. The wealthy see failure as a chance for growth. There are thousands of factors that control their achievements and failures. Take all the lessons you come to, not celebrate too long victories or ruminate about defaults.
10. Millionaires are risk-takers.
Everyone knows this, but how often do we see it in our own lives? You have to take risks if you want to succeed. It’s no other way around. If you want to be rewarded, you have to take chances. Consider that we will not be so scared of taking risks if we are able to take our failings as opportunities for growth!
These ten hidden secrets show you the psychology of people who can generate great wealth. While this framework is not going to be adopted overnight, constant reflection results in changes in beliefs that cause changes in behavior. The creation of wealth is closer than you believe, requires knowledge, bravery and diligence.