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Wealth Secrets that are often forgotten – 4

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One of the biggest things that keeps people broke is inconsistency, hesitation and doubt. This morning I received an email from my assistant about one of my students who has a habit of committing to something and then changing her mind because she feels she always needs more information or isn’t prepared. I worry about her because no matter how often she gains the confidence to move forward she always changes her mind afterwards. Most likely we will stop working with her because I want to have a track record of getting people results. I am more interested in having successful students than an attendee who fills a seat in one of my trainings that someone more committed could have. Outside of my training she will also have a hard time building her wealth in the real world because people will stop working with her. Can you imagine her involvement in a major real estate deal or investment opportunity where she would commit and then keep pulling out. In the real world people don’t want the hassle and she will very quickly be excluded from opportunities. If you want abundance in your life start by making a decisions and stick with it.

douglas-vermeeren-600Douglas Vermeeren is the CEO of the Millionaire Training Systems. He teaches wealth strategies and mindset. Unlike most wealth coaches and teachers in the market today Douglas Vermeeren actually makes money in the real world and not just through the sale of seminars or personal improvement products. He is the author of the book Guerrilla Millionaire, Millionaire wisdom and several other books on money strategies that build wealth in today’s marketplace. He is also known for his extensive research into the lives of many of the elite and wealthy of today. http://www.DouglasVermeeren.com

 

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Wealth secrets that are often forgotten -2

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Money on your mind?

Wealth is found in your capacity to solve problems. The bigger the problem you can solve the more value you can add to others and ultimately the more wealth you will receive. Most people try to solve all of their problems by themselves. That’s why they are broke.

Build a strong network that you can draw upon to solve the problems that appear in your life and the lives of others. One of the things that I have learned form my mentors is to become a organizer of people to solve problems. When an opportunities appears rather than thinking about how I can solve it I think first of who in my network can solve it. I then say yes to solving that problem and delegate the activities to do so to others. In the end I am compensated for organizing the solution.

 

douglas-vermeeren-600Douglas Vermeeren is the CEO of the Millionaire Training Systems. He teaches wealth strategies and mindset. Unlike most wealth coaches and teachers in the market today Douglas Vermeeren actually makes money in the real world and not just through the sale of seminars or personal improvement products. He is the author of the book Guerrilla Millionaire, Millionaire wisdom and several other books on money strategies that build wealth in today’s marketplace. He is also known for his extensive research into the lives of many of the elite and wealthy of today. http://www.DouglasVermeeren.com

How do you think your life should be? – Douglas Vermeeren

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As I have taught people around the world I have noticed several common feelings and thoughts around success. It didn’t matter if these people were from a corporate setting, high level executives, prisoners in a maximum security prison, students at a high school or members of a network marketing company. Many of the these common feelings and thought surrounding the ability to create success existed.

I am going to focus on one of these “Rules of success” today. And that rule is:

WE CREATE OUR LIFE TO BE  A REFLECTION OF HOW WE THINK LIFE SHOULD BE.

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Often people feel that life needs to be far more difficult and hard than it is. They feel that if they don’t create drama or challenge that the rewards life has to offer them aren’t really theirs. I have noticed that people consistently make attaining success much harder than it really needs to be. The truth of the matter is – Success isn’t hard if you’re committed to developing better habits. It’s no more complex than that.

People who believe it to be harder will seek out ways to pay the price beyond what is required. Or they will add steps that do not matter just to give themselves work to do. Success and achievement flow naturally to those who seek to simplify.

Those that think life should be easy understand that the ease of living comes from getting prepared and making smart choices. There are two stories I remember being told once although I can’t remember the source.

The first story is about two farmhands that come to a farmer for a job. The first  told of “how hard he could work and how good he was at solving problems.” The second simply said he “could sleep soundly when the storm came.” The farmer needed the help and was intrigued by both answers he hired both men. They both work hard but had very different methods of doing things.

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The one day a big storm came and the farmer understood what the second man meant in his interview. The first man had always worked hard and got the job done but at times it was sloppy and a little chaotic. The second man always seemed to finish first and was organized. When the storm came the scone man was prepared and could sleep because he had originally done the job correctly and with preparation against any challenge. The first man was out in the rain trying to fix things he had rushed through or done incorrectly.

Preparation and working correctly allow you to sleep in the storm while others become frantic.

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The second story is about a stagecoach company looking to hire drivers to take their passengers through the canyons of Arizona in the old west. The interviewer asked the first driver, “With your skill level how close can you drive to the edge of the cliff before you consider it unsafe?” The first driver responded, “I am skilled enough that I can even let the back wheels of the coach hang over and I will still have control.” The interviewer nodded and then asked the second driver the same question, “How close can you get tot the edge of the cliff?” This driver responded by saying, “I try to stay as far away from the cliff as I can.”

Which driver was hired?

Too many people in life look for how close they can get to trouble. That does not create a life of ease. It is a stressful place to be in and they may get lucky from time to time but it is dangerous place. Eventually things will go wrong.

Where do you put your stagecoach in life? Do you wait until the last minute to pay bills? Do you leave important tasks to do until later? Are you flirting with danger in your job, relationships, finances and more?

Your life is a reflection of how you think it should be.

 

 
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Douglas Vermeeren – Power Quotes 7

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How are you making your most important life decisions? – Douglas Vermeeren

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If you’ve ever had challenges making important decisions or have found that you’ve made an important decision only to find you’ve made the wrong answer – you may want to take a moment and read this article.

How are you making your most important decisions? http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/life-decisions-made-principles-mind-article-1.2757045 Doug Vermeeren 75Achievement Expert Douglas Vermeeren is a regular contribute for NY Daily News, Home Business Magazine, HR Magazine, Top Achiever Magazine and others. His insights and strategies are calculated to help individuals and business reach their best results. http://www.DouglasVermeeren.com http://www.PersonalPowerMastery.com

Douglas Vermeeren – Focus on What you can DO and the results will surprise you.

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When we focus on what we can do we are proactive. When we focus on things we can’t do or the things we can’t change we are reactive. A reactive state or individual gives the power of choice away. It places the ability to make a situation better outside themselves. By giving this power away the individual becomes dependant on outside influences to determine their destiny.

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When we focus on the things we can change none of our energy is wasted. We begin to take back our power and even the situations which we thought we had no control over will begin to change. As we start working with what we have its almost as though a magical universal power steps in to bring us what we need to get our desire met – even if those things our outside of our influence.

Recently I had an experience that illustrated this. I had a challenge to solve in my business. Much of the challenge was beyond anything I could control. I decided I would do everything in power with everything that I could within my power. A very short time later I received a phone call from someone I hadn’t talked to in months. They had an opportunity to present to me that brought solutions to several of the elements of this challenge beyond my control. It was incredible. I had not reached out to this individual or made them aware of my challenge. The Universe knew and put this person in my path with help.

Start with what you can do and the momentum and commitment of that will bring you the other pieces you need.

In addition often when we begin to confront what the elements we have control over we begin to recognize elements that we may have initially thought were out of our control that actually are in our ability to do something with. Its almost as if we can’t shine a light on these elements until we have started to work with the elements that evident and immediately before us.

In the Movie The Opus, I said “There are no such thin as problems. Everything is a puzzle and there are solutions to puzzles.” If we begin to look at problems and challenges as puzzles they become much more easy to solve.

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Douglas Vermeeren – Why people want to take away your power.

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