Gentlemen, picture this with me. Think of when we eat unhealthy and we don't exercise, many of you are still on a "See Food" diet, whatever you see you eat but the talk about exercise is a future post so anyway... What happens, you gain weight, you lose energy, all sort of health issues start coming up all because you weren't feeding your body the proper nutrition it needs to function as well as keeping active.
Now let me tell you.... are you ready... the same thing is happening to your mind. It is impossible to develop the wealth mindset if you aren't feeding your mind the right things to help it develop and furthermore being active with taking what you're feeding your mind and putting it into action. Your thoughts are what help you create your reality so if you're feeding it garbage, it will be trash in, trash out. Poor thinking cannot generate wealth so how do we begin to shift this? It is important that you begin to read more. The top CEOs of the world read 4 to 5 books a month. Warren Buffet dedicates 80% of his day to reading. Okay calm down I can already hear you whispering I must be crazy, don't worry I'm not asking you to make such a big leap into reading, that is something you'll develop over time.
What I am going to do this week is share with you the first three books I read when I began working on my personal development Those books are:
The Richest Man in Babylon - George S. Clason
As a Man Thinketh - James Allen
The Four Agreements -Don Miguel Ruiz
These three are short books that you can read within an hour or two.
For those like me that like the feel of physical books you can purchase them at the links below
For the next week I want you commit to reading a minimum of two of these books. You can do it, you want to develop your wealth mindset, don't you?
Be sure to leave a comment below about what you took away from any of the books.
This has been yours truly The Millionaire Gent
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