Do you ever question why some people seem to be like magnets attracting wealth? Wherever they go, wealth follows. Sometime this is called the Midas touch: everything they touch turns to gold. They buy a house and sell it at the right time. They buy a stock at just the right time and get out before it tanks. How do they seem to get it right every time? On the other hand, why do some people seem to have the worst luck in the world and never get ahead, they settle for mediocrity or even worse – poverty?
Gaining wealth has very little to do with your education, socio-economic status, amount of talent, or the environment where you grew up or your current environment. It also has very little to do with your IQ, physical gifts, or where you live. These factors combined can add or subtract to your potential. However the biggest obstacle is you. Yes you! Don’t stop reading, I’m talking to YOU!
We all have an internal thermometer set at 98 degrees. You can go no higher, no lower. With your wealth potential, where is your thermometer set? Have you imposed a limit on yourself? Many create self-imposed glass ceilings. These are obstacles that limit your potential. So many people can never seem to break through these obstacles, no matter how hard they try. This may be the case with you.
If you look real close, you’ll see the glass is really paper thin and it can be crushed if you really try. Most of us set goals and have expectations that are reasonable, even achievable. It is when we dare to dream big, to think big, and to think the unimaginable, that anything is possible. Stop wasting time and go break some glass (figuratively speaking)!
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