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CHANGE YOUR THINKING, CHANGE YOUR LIFE, THINK LIKE A MILLIONAIRES AND BECOME ONE (A STEP TO ACHIEVE A FINANCIAL FREEDOM)

CHANGE YOUR THINKING, CHANGE YOUR LIFE, THINK LIKE A MILLIONAIRES AND BECOME ONE (A STEP TO ACHIEVE A FINANCIAL FREEDOM)
BY ADEBO ADEGBOYE DAVID| PUBLICITY AND EDITORIAL UNIT NCCF BORNO.
Many people found themselves not moving beyond the cadre of a Middle class citizen all because their thinking is proportional to their environment and living proportional to what live have for them, also as a result of passive thinking and not thinking outside the box. Your earning potential doesn' . . .more
CHANGE YOUR THINKING, CHANGE YOUR LIFE, THINK LIKE A MILLIONAIRES AND BECOME ONE (A STEP TO ACHIEVE A FINANCIAL FREEDOM)
BY ADEBO ADEGBOYE DAVID| PUBLICITY AND EDITORIAL UNIT NCCF BORNO.
Many people found themselves not moving beyond the cadre of a Middle class citizen all because their thinking is proportional to their environment and living proportional to what live have for them, also as a result of passive thinking and not thinking outside the box. Your earning potential doesn't start with your job — it begins with your mindset.
So, if you want to become a millionaire, it doesn't hurt to start thinking like one. Research have shown the top distinctions between Millionaires and the Middle Class," these insights was as a result of careful study on the ultra rich, which include the attitudes that distinguish their ways of thinking from that of the average person.
If you want to set yourself up for success, here are four millionaire mindsets to adopt.

MILLIONAIRES THINK LONG TERM.
Wealthy people don't only think about the present. They also consider the potential of the future. That means setting goals that might span years or decades, not just weeks or months. The longer you can stretch your thinking into the future, the richer you will become. That's because long-term goals force you to grapple with big-picture questions such as, "How can I double my income this year?" instead of short-term issues, such as, "How am I going to pay my bills this month?". Millionaires are willing to put temporary comfort on hold to seek out long-term financial freedom. And that mindset speaks to an important trait many millionaires share: patience. Middle-class people want instant gratification. Millionaires wait for the things they want because their goal is more freedom, not comfort. "Rich and very rich people have developed the discipline of delayed gratification."



MILLIONAIRES EMBRACE CHANGE
Whether small or big, change can be intimidating. While the middle class tends to fear change, millionaires view any type of change as opportunity. The problem with the middle class is it assumes change will be negative most of the time, while Millionaires assume that all change, positive or negative, will benefit them. Learning to welcome change and welcome the growth that often accompanies it.
MILLIONAIRES BUILDS CONFIDENCE
Confidence is acquired through preparation and hard work, Confidence is the result of working on yourself. It is the benefit of proving yourself to yourself. It is knowing you can handle whatever comes your way. It is the second to none key motivator to creativity and innovations, it is the solid pillars that makes you get contract and partnership with reputable and noble men.
MILLIONAIRES NEVER STOP LEARNING
Let us start with a biblical reference, Proverb 17:16, “ it does the fool no good to spend money on Education, because he lacks common sense. Walk into any millionaire's home and you're likely to find an abundance of books, if not an entire library. That's because millionaires know that learning doesn't stop when you finish school. Success is a process. "If a percentage of your income isn't going toward a financial education, you will stay trapped in the middle class. The more money you spend on financial knowledge, the more money you will make." The cheapest and easiest way to start investing in your financial education is through books. "Are you aware that you can learn a concept in only a few hours from a book that took someone years to develop?".
MILLIONAIRES ASK THEMSELVES EMPOWERING QUESTIONS
The No. 1 difference between millionaires and the middle class is how millionaires present information to themselves. While millionaires ask themselves empowering questions, the middle class tends to lean toward disempowering ones. Millionaires ponder, "How can I make $1 million a year doing what I love?" while middle class people stick to the practical: "How can I get my boss to give me a raise?" Millionaires look at a hard situation and ask, "What is life trying to teach me right now?" while the middle class tends to focus on, "Why do bad things always happen to me?" The distinction between these sets of questions is subtle but crucial. "Empowering questions ask what you can do, and disempowering questions ask what you can't do". Empowering questions cause you to reach for your full potential, the questions you ask yourself determine the results you get in life." How you frame situations informs how you handle them. "Millionaires are more creative than reactive," Instead of simply taking things as they come, millionaires focus on how they can make the future different — and better.

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