If you're curious about the benefits of a Millionaire Mindset, a great starting point is to learn these 5 ways to develop a growth mindset - it's time to get excited!
According to Wealth Strategist and Author of The Secrets of The Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Eker, the #1 thing keeping you from success is a mindset that does not favor your wealth and personal excellence.
As an expert on mindset as well as the psychology required for being among the world's wealthiest, his wisdom is invaluable to those wanting to move beyond a mindset that continues bringing mediocrity or scarcity.
Here are his tips for effective growth and replacing an unsupportive negative mindset so you can start living the life you really want.
Your mind holds the power to help you succeed in every area of life.
Harv believes there are 5 effective ways to develop a growth mindset and truly unlock your potential, but before we dive into those tips, we should first take a moment to explain what a growth mindset really is.
Harv defines a growth mindset as: The belief that our basic abilities can be developed and improved through dedication and hard work.
When we are faced with feelings of being unable to move forward and we're just constantly stuck, we tend to not give the effort that is needed to push ourselves forward.
Belief is not some magic pill, but it gives us the drive to push through that “stuck-ness” and strive for the results we want at work, in our relationships, as well as in other areas of our lives.
A growth mindset is about wanting to build a better life for ourselves and focusing on our own personal development in order to achieve that goal.
Changing our beliefs and thoughts is part of that process.
Above all else, in order to really see the benefits of developing a growth mindset, there is one fundamental belief that you must have, or adopt, in order to make any growth possible: the belief that you are capable of growing!
Does this famous quote ring a bell?
Whether you think you can, or think you can’t - you’re right. - Henry Ford
Harv holds that same power of belief as his conviction.
When you think you are not capable of accomplishing something, you tend to find a way to make sure you do not.
On the other hand, when you believe you can accomplish something, you tend to overcome any obstacles in your way to completing that objective.
In other words, he says you are creating self-fulfilling prophecies every day.
Bottomline: Your results come down to what you believe in.
If in your mind you believe that you have the capacity to change, learn, and grow, you will likely find that you are correct, and once you accept that reality, a world of limitless possibilities opens up for you.
Those who believe that they are stuck with whatever talents or traits they were born with, instead find themselves trapped in a limited reality.
If it is not clear by now, it’s because your beliefs are what shape and drive your outcomes.
If you want to be able to change and grow, you must first believe that you can grow!
That is exactly what a growth mindset is all about - believing that inside of you is the ability to develop the skills and traits required to achieve your goals.
Now let’s get on to his 5 tips for developing a growth mindset.
Just in case you believed it is impossible, here's your reminder that your mind is the most powerful tool in your arsenal against failure!
If you are going to develop a growth mindset, the very first thing that you need to do is to have confidence in yourself.
This means believing in your own worth and that you have the ability to achieve whatever it is that you set your mind on.
The second thing that you need to do in order to develop a growth mindset is to be present in the moment.
This means noticing what is going on around you, experiencing fully what you are doing and who you are with, and enjoying everything as it unfolds.
You will find that when we go through life being lost in our thoughts of what could be or what should have been, we miss out on a lot of the benefits that come with being alive in the moment.
Any big vision or path to success starts with that first step.
When you pursue something you are passionate about focusing on one step at a time, growth will follow.
You create your own reality.
Take your fear of what you do not want to happen and turn that into focus around what you do want to happen.
Successful people do not have some magic wand that allows for them to avoid setbacks and obstacles. They hit challenges just like the rest of us.
The difference is they see a reason for everything that happens because they understand that life is guiding them towards their ultimate vision by giving them exactly what they need at each and every step.
Time and time, again, throughout history, we have found that the most successful people have been able to find opportunities in every obstacle.
They are able to grow from every negative situation.
Everything happens for a reason, and that reason is there to serve you.
What is holding you back from achieving everything you want in life?
Are your beliefs holding you back?
Remember that a belief is only a belief and that you have the power inside of you to change your beliefs. You just have to make the choice to do so.
What you can learn from Harv Eker is that once you accept this and start shifting your beliefs towards a growth mindset, there is nothing that can stand in your way.
What you believe about yourself, your life and your desires creates feelings.
Although most people have been taught or influenced to believe certain things, whether by people they love and trust or via manipulation and indoctrination, it is entirely possible and in fact, necessary for you to own your mind and perceptions if you want to become rich in any way shape or form.
This is the only way for your true feelings to be acknowledged which will result in you taking the action required to set as well as achieve your goals with which you will realize your dream of financial freedom and wealth.
If you're tired of being poor, lacking confidence, always needing something that's just out of your reach, learn how to develop a growth mindset and grow bigger than your problems.
Your mind can be conditioned to be your greatest asset, or your most limiting prison.
Knowing the secrets of a millionaire mindset breaks those chains.
Choose your condition wisely.
Has your Mind ever wondered...
You know you don’t know everything and you’re willing to leave behind preconceived ideas about a matter to learn something new by being fully present in the moment.
You think big, do big and realize that the value of what you’re doing must be mutually beneficial - you’ll go much further if your solution brings as much satisfaction to the person who received it, as their investment in your proposition brings you.
You understand that nothing has meaning except for the meaning you give it and that everything that happens, does so for a reason - that reason serves you regardless of the outcome.
You must harness the belief that you are capable of growing, and then take action to be unstoppable.
Start with confidence, knowing the reason your growth is important to you, is so you may move beyond the limitations you have been taught to accept.
Immerse yourself in acquiring new knowledge in each moment with focus and commitment to learning a new way of thinking.
Give as much as you get through interaction and adding actual value while you endeavor the extraordinary.
Give meaning to what deserves significance and less so to distractions or anything that discourages your growth.
Remember that nothing happens by chance, there are no accidents, only causes and effects - embrace the reason you’re finding yourself on this quest for growth - no matter what happens, allow every outcome to be of service to you and find ways to generate benefit from the experience.
The same way you any adult would - our children learn from our example and when adults have a growth mindset, the natural consequence is that they would influence and inspire those around them to develop the same.
When something is interesting and fun, we learn best and through participation, we acquire practical knowledge - be inclusive.
Has your Mind ever wondered...
Master yourself to master your fears.
If you’re in an occupation you enjoy, you are more likely to thrive, however, if your daily work is a drudge, chances are less likely that you’ll adjust to fitting in.
Daily practice of habits of excellence, personal responsibility and self-mastery solidifies the self-discipline required for management of growth and success.