psychology of success

How to turn nothing into something | Jim Rohn
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Have you ever wondered how to turn nothing into something? First, in order to turn nothing into something, you’ve got to start with some ideas and imagination.   Now, it might be hard to call ideas and imagination nothing; but how tangible are those ideas? That is a bit of a mystery. I don’t believe…

Rich Habits Poor Habits | Rich Beliefs part 2
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If you want to succeed in life, if you want to become rich, you need to understand the success beliefs of the Rich and develop more of these and drop the beliefs of the Middle Class or Poor. Beliefs represent the acceptance of something without any proof to back up what we accept as fact….

Rich Habits Poor Habits | Rich Beliefs part 1
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If you want to succeed in life, if you want to become rich, you need to understand the success beliefs of the Rich and develop more of these and drop the beliefs of the Middle Class or Poor.  Beliefs represent the acceptance of something without any proof to back up what we accept as fact….

Attitude is Everything | Jim Rohn
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The process of human change begins within us. We all have tremendous potential. We all desire good results from our efforts. Most of us are willing to work hard and to pay the price that success and happiness demand. Each of us has the ability to put our unique human potential into action and to acquire a desired result….

Rich Habits, Poor Habits | The Power of Association
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If you want to succeed in life, if you want to become rich, you need to understand the success habits of the Rich and develop more of these and drop the habits of the Poor.  We pick up most of our habits from those in our environment: parents, teachers, family, friends, work colleagues, neighbors, mentors,…

Rich Habits, Poor Habits | Turning your goals into Rich habits
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Are you looking to become more successful? Do you want to become rich, or a better property investor or entrepreneur? Well it may not be that easy – most who pursue goals never achieve them. According to a University of Scranton study, only 8% achieve their goals. Why? Because in order to achieve your goals you must…