- Producer25/07/2016What's The Difference Between You And A Millionaire???As a professional psychologist I notice that many of my clients talks their need to have a lot of money. They say that if they had a million dollars thing would be different. So I thought I would share some insight of the Mind Set of a millionaire...
Comments27/07/2016 #13 Dale Masters#9 That's it, in a nutshell.
People don't become rich by caring about other people. If they cared, they'd never make a million...they'd give most of it away. In a corporate setting, a psychopathic mindset is a must for getting ahead. You have to stop caring about what is right...what is moral...and what is honest.
Study the lives of : Amschel Mayer Rothschild. John D,. Rockefeller. J.P. Morgan. .Bill Gates.
These men became ENORMOUSLY rich (NOT wealthy...that's a whole other ball of wax).
@@Selim Yeniçeri, You are right. on the money (forgive the pun) I would, however, change one thing: You give what you get. It creates a circuit that eventually is continuous. If you treat money like a closed system (a circular pattern, in this case), that treatment and viewpoint protects you from making money your God (as did the men mentioned above. Their acquisition made them feel as if they had the right to treat billions of people as faceless, subhuman entities, fit only to work and then to die.)27/07/2016 #11 Selim YeniçeriIt doesn't matter whatever the form of energy is, and money is just another form of energy. Life's equation is simple: What you give should be worth of what you get for what you give. For instance, if I help people changing their lives for better sharing my own experience, it's a perfect investment!27/07/2016 #10 Lavrentyj TvoltNice read @Dr. Allen Brown, I have not reached a million (not even close), but as you wrote, I've had my touchdowns and achievements which I would not trade for a million dollars :D, and those were gained through PMA, I was not aware of it but now I do, I will keep it up and thanks again for sharing your experiences and thoughts.26/07/2016 #4 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#3 That's the whole point: "Yes. Fire. Then aim. We spend too much time aiming, and we never fire. If you ever tried shooting then you know that the longer you aim, the more shaky your hand becomes." Never thought of that ~ how true! So money is important? then go out and get it with a PMA! ~ and thank you, @Dr. Allen Brown, the teacher!