It only takes 1 minute to set up your lifetime of wealth—trust me, I’ve done it.
And now I’m going to hand this secret over to you, so you can finally begin a life of wealth and happiness.
A simple switch will make a world of difference for you…
This simple switch, like most things, has everything to do with your mindset.
It might sound odd, but wealth is created in the mind before it becomes a tangible thing. It can’t pass into reality until you hold the appropriate mindset.
Now, of course that’s easy to say for someone who’s already crossed that initial threshold, but I’m here to guide you through to the other side.
And like I said, it takes less than a minute.
It all boils down to two opposing prepositions: pro- and re-
In this case we’re going to be comparing proactivity and reactivity.
I don’t want to bore your too much with an English lesson, but to solidify the definitions:
Proactive – you’re taking the steps to set yourself up before a specific situation arises
Reactive – you’re waiting until after a specific situation has happened before you take action.
I don’t have to spell it out for you to understand which is the better approach.
But to hone in on our subject at hand—your lifetime of wealth—I need to hammer home the importance of being proactive rather than reactive.
People who lead a reactive life (almost everyone) are unable to expose themselves to wealth-building opportunities.
That’s why I’m going to explain a few simple things that you can do that’ll ensure you’re being proactive from here on out.
The first thing you is to make sure that you’re only doing things that make you truly happy.
If you love what you’re doing, there’s no room to oppose your task at hand. You’re going to be able to place all your positive energy on what your passionate about, and the question of slacking off will never arise again.
By only doing things that make you happy, you’re setting yourself up for a proactive lifestyle—you’ve created a path that consists only of things that you have the drive to do.
This also empowers you to say no to anything outside of your proactivity zone.
The second you begin a task that isn’t in that zone, you take on a reactive tone.
Another form of being proactive is setting realistic goals for yourself with specific timeframes. If you’re keeping a close eye on those timeframes, then you’ll be more than prepared for what lies ahead—which is the definition of proactivity.
It takes less than a minute to comprehend the difference between being proactive and being reactive, which will kick-start your journey to a lifetime of wealth.