James: Do you know how many people say I would like to be a millionaire and they’ll never be a millionaire because they don’t believe it. They don’t expect it. They’re not ready for it. They are not going to go out and take the real estate course or they’re not going to go and learn how to master a profession. They’re not going to go and start their own business. They’re not going to go and learn wealth principles. They want it, but they don’t expect it because they are not doing anything about it. Their beliefs are… John: They go buy a lottery ticket, scratch it and say “Oh I guess its not for me.” James: Exactly John: Because I don’t expect it. James: I learned in Psychology 101 you don’t get what you want in life. You get what you expect. On the other side of the coin of the example I just gave of expecting a mediocre performance; on the flip side of the coin if you expect great production, if you expect great results, if you expect a great performance, if you expect to be rich, if you expect to attract that person or significant other into your life, if you expect to make more money, if you expect to land that better job then that’s what you’ll start to get because that’s what you’re programming your subconscious for. That is what your subconscious is moving you toward and what is attracting to you. It is like a boomerang. What you choose to throw out chhh is what will come shooting back at you. It all starts with the attitude and what are you ready for. What are you expecting of yourself? Does that make sense?
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Make decisions from where you want to be, not from where you are right now. From now on, when making something, don’t think like yourself and do not think like the buyer. Rather, imagine what would make you invest in this person over the other ones who desire an investor? When you begin thinking like that, that is when you can begin to create all of your materials.
Concentrate on the potential payoff and stop focusing on the current value. Consider that statement. There is a cost to everything to some degree. To begin with, let me rescind that I do not believe there’s a COST associated with anything particularly like being at a boot camp or when you purchase something at a bookstore. At least, I don’t think of it as a cost as you might normally consider a cost.
When I decided to be in business, I had three goals in mind. My first goal was to make money. I wanted the money to buy my freedom to do whatever I wanted. Then, I wanted the money and freedom to provide me with opportunities to be of service to other people. However, as I was working towards my goals, I heard this ridiculous myth over and over again about how people shouldn’t be in business to make money. What? That just sounds ridiculous to me! Why would anybody be in business if they did not want it to be profitable?
James: He said, “In theory you’re working smart James because you painted a line out here. You are out here getting your legs strong, but you’re not working right.”
James: I’m a single guy residing in Las Vegas and I do not bake much. I’m kind of the bachelor and eat out all the time. But, I know something for certain.
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Sun Tzu wrote in The Art of War, “Every battle is won before it is ever fought.” The same holds true for goals. Each goal is in your mind before you begin the first step of the goal. Think of any possible hurdle or roadblock that could arise as you are on your path to your goal. I realize that the idea of thinking of problems appears counter productive to being positive. However, you think of the negative, so that you could react positively to the situation at hand with a positive solution.