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What would you say if I told you that having more money isn’t so much about changing the way you work as much as it is changing the way you think? And what if I told you that you have the ability to make as much money as you want?

Would you say I was crazy? Off my rocker? Not making any sense?

I certainly understand that. After all, for our entire lives, we’ve been told that the only way to have more money is to either:

● Win the lottery

● Work harder

The odds of you winning the lottery are small – and besides, there’s a much better way to make money.

And while there’s certainly some truth that you must work hard if you want money, you can have as much money as you want without necessarily working harder.

Yes, for real!

See, here’s the thing…

There’s not a direct correlation between how hard you work and how much money you make.

Especially if you work for a salary. After all, you can work incredibly hard and only get a 3% raise every year.

No matter how hard you work…

…you’re still going to be limited by your salary.

However, there is a direct correlation between your money mindset and how much money you make.

In other words, the way you think about money has a real and direct influence on how much money you actually make.

Your money mindset can either:

● Catapult you to wealth

● Keep you in poverty

That’s how powerful it is.

This is why most people never reach the level of success they truly want. They don’t have an effective mindset about achieving success and gaining wealth. They’re trapped where they are and don’t know how to change.

They’ve done things a certain way for so long that they can’t see any other way of doing them.

In his book Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Ecker says:

The reality is that most people do not reach their full potential. Most people are not successful. Research shows that 80 percent of individuals will never be financially free in the way they’d like to be, and 80 percent will never claim to be truly happy. The reason is simple. Most people are unconscious. They are a little asleep at the wheel. They work and think on a superficial level of life—based only on what they can see. They live strictly in the visible world.

Does this describe you?

● Not reaching your full potential?

● Not financially free?

● Not truly happy?

● Asleep at the wheel?

You know that you should be achieving great things…

…but you just can’t quite seem to get there.

You need to change your mind and truly change your life. You’ll blow up many of the myths that you’ve believed for years and help reshape your thinking.

The only prerequisite for success is an open mind.

You may even contradict beliefs you’ve held about yourself and money for years. These beliefs have been holding you back from reaching your true potential.

It’s time for those beliefs to be put to rest and for you to embrace the true reality of who you are.

It’s time to stop being unconscious – asleep at the wheel – and to wake up to your greatness.

Be Strong.

Dr. Gwen Patrone



5 Responses

  1. Gwen,
    Perhaps it’s a mistake to correlate making money to happiness . I found happiness not in making money but being free to be me . The old saying , ” Money is the route of all evil ” , isn’t strictly true it’s more how humans use and manipulate other people that creates the problems with wealth and greed . I am not wealthy but I’m comfortable to enjoy the life I choose , if I had more money would I be any happier ? I doubt it . Is my life trouble free ? No , but it still wouldn’t be trouble free if I had twice as much money in my bank account .

    1. Thanks for the reply. People routinely leave out the beginning of that which is, “the love of money is the…”
      Making money is a byproduct of growth as a person. The purpose of life is to grow. Growth in all areas of life including our skills, love life, how we see ourselves etc etc.
      Society wrongly sees making money as evil or greedy when it’s not the case. Of course there’s always an exception i.e The Gordon Gecko types. By overall, I know many millionaires and a few billionaires and they are wonderful people who simply worked very hard and took chances. They donate millions of dollars to charity and love helping people. My point is that this stigma that the rich don’t pay their fair share and they are not happy people is strummed up by people that have other agendas. When I stopped trying to MAKE MONEY and just on how can I help the most people, the money flowed. I simply made money welcome in my life rather than demonizing it. It’s simply a lawful exchange.

    1. yes agreed. But time without money is very tough. Look at all the seniors who ran out of money and kept living. I think the error is putting them in an either/oor rather than both being important parts to allow each to thrive.

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