Entrepreneur Mindsets and Habits: To Gain Financial Freedom and Live Your D... Price:  Original price was: $0.99.Current price is: $0.00. (as of 09/22/2023 00:39 PST- Details)

So, why is it that some individuals can shine in any sphere they choose to give themselves to, and others just cannot manage even a glimmer of success, despite their definite talents? It seems unfair, really.

Like Schwarzenegger once said – “The worst thing i could be, is the same as everybody else. I’d Hate that.

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n truth, research shows us that it’s actually the way that individuals think about their potential and skills that really counts most. In fact, historically speaking, many of those who have achieved real greatness have worked extremely hard to get to their end goals. And, it’s also true that many were told that they would never amount to anything at all, by friends, colleagues, family and/or peers. The difference was that they believed that they could achieve their goals and worked extremely diligently to do so. Walt Disney who created Disneyland in the USA is a prime example of an individual who never gave up on his dreams. His belief in himself (and others) was profound and inspirational, to say the least.

Of course, we’d all like to know the “magical” secret to success, but the real reality is that there are actually so many different factors that must be taken into account, to what makes one a truly successful human being. It’s definitely true that hard work and dedication are so important in reaching success. But there’s more to success than just plugging away, day after day. Maintaining a focus-driven mindset is pivotal, and can be the difference between success and failure, especially in the long-term.

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Mindsets that Will Impede Progress
The Top Mindsets for Success
Finding A Great Mentor
Changing the Game with Nutrition
Entrepreneurial Icons
And a 30-Day Plan
Much, much more!

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