8 Secrets of the Truly Rich - Chapter 6

Chapter 5

8 Secrets of the Truly Rich

By: Bo Sanchez

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You're the Product of Your Thoughts, Choices
and Habits

If you d
on't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. Don't complain
- Maya Angelou

You create your life.
When you choose your thoughts, you choose your psychology.
And when you choose your psychology, you choose your behavior.
And when you choose your behavior, you choose the consequences of that behavior. Which includes wealth or poverty.
Bottomline, you create your wealth, and you create your poverty.
WE do it.
So let me ask you: What kind of thoughts do you have?
Your thoughts have power.
They have the power over your body.
They have the power over your abilities.
They have the power over you life.
What kind of choices have you made in your life?
Some of you might be saying right now, "OK, Bo. I'm going to create my onw life starting now."
You got me wrong. You don't get it. This is an absolute law. You've been creating your life a long, long time ago. Even if you didn't know you were doing it. By the choices that you made in the past (even the choice of not choosing), you were creating your life.
You are where you are right now because of the choices you've made.

Excellene is not an act but a habit. We are what we repeatedly do.
You become what you repeatedly do.
Do you pray daily? You become a prayerful person.
Do you choose to be positive every day? You become a positive person.
Do you grumble, complain and criticize every day? You become a negative person.
Do you postpone , delay, you become lazy daily? You become a bum.

Failure is no a single, cataclysmic event. You don't fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgment, repeated every day.
- Jim Rohn

For example, you don't get over weight overnight. You don't eat a blueberry cheesecake tonight and get obese tomorrow. You get overweight by living a sedentary life coupled with a lot of blueberry cheesecake over a period of time.
In the same way, poverty doesn't happen overnight. You become poor because you have the poor man's money habits. You have gad debts. You don't save. You spend beyond your means. You don't study how money works.
Failure usually happens not in one dramatic event. Failure happens bit by bit, one negative act after another negative act, done consistently over time.

You're the product of your thoughts, choices , and habits.

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