Between 2001 and 20015 the number of new millionaires in the United States – defined as the ownership of at least a million dollars in real assets – increased by over 10 million people.
As far back as 2007 CNN Money reported that there were 700,000 more millionaire households this year than in 2004 and this level has increased annually. These are not the super rich – the Buffets, Trumps, and Gates of the world. In fact, most of these millionaires are middle class people who through a combination of hard work, common sense, financial shrewdness, and a little luck moved from the middle class to the bottom level of the wealthy class.
Many of them are salespeople.
In fact there has also been a dramatic increase in the number of people in the United States in their twenties and thirties who have a net worth of between $100,000 and $500,000. Many of these individuals will have over $1 million in assets within the decade.
When you become rich, when you achieve wealth, I want you to live as well as I do. I want you to enjoy your wealth even more than I enjoy my wealth.
We all want to live the good life! In order to do this you have to master game based thinking. This include the art of influence, Sun Tzu. and mix a bit of Dalai lama and Donald Trump.
I want you to have:
- Economic security
- Psychological contentment
- Physical pleasure
- Spiritual wholeness.
The most important lessons I have learned from speaking and spending time with those of great wealth is that fantasizing about what it is like to be a millionaire is not the same as being a millionaire.
I want you to think like a millionaire thinks!
To do this you must learn how to isolate or merge different systems.
Zig Ziglar used to say “It’s your aptitude, not just your attitude that determines your ultimate altitude.
Look at Wikipedia and study the concept of system and explore how they work. Everything else you do will be based on this.
Lewis Harrison is a best-selling author, motivational speaker, mentor, coach. and sales trainer.
You can reach him at LewisCoaches@gmail.com
He offers stress management programs throughout the United States and his corporate chair massage company, eventschairmassage.com provides seated and chair massage for stress management seminars and trainings as well to special events for meeting planners and meeting professionals in New York City, New Jersey Las Veges, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Greensboro NC, Miami and Orlando Florida and other major meeting and conventions venues.
His book “Spiritual, Not Religious: Sacred Tools for Modern Time” addresses important issues on human potential and personal development
Here is a short interview with Lewis Harrison on unnecessary struggle and visionary thinking