One mindset switch to change it all

Do you ever feel like you’re destined to fail?

Or at the very least, destined to not become as wealthy as you’d like?

You’re not alone. The System is set up to make us feel that way. They want us to feel like crabs in a bucket who pull the others down when we see them climbing out…

But a simple switch in mindset can help you escape that bucket to freedom for good…

There was one quote I heard from the last head of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, who said: “Growing up poor makes it harder to succeed.”

This statement bothers me for so many reasons, but most of all because it’s exactly the type of mindset you’ve been force-fed since you were young.

Statements like that give people an excuse for not achieving their goals—they think, “I’m not successful because I grew up poor, and the government backs me up.”

The government does NOT agree with you. They’re just standing in your way.

Think about it, if everybody achieved financial freedom, who would pay the government?

Income tax would slowly disappear, social security would be gone, and American dollars would be invested in economies that give better returns.

It’s in the government’s best interest to keep you in the rat-race that is the 40-hour work-week.

The secret that liberates you from this rat-race is already inside your mind, but you must let it free.

A healthy mindset could take any person, from any walk of life, and hand an incredibly wealthy lifestyle for them.

There are plenty of “rags to riches” stories to prove that.

Tesla founder Elon Musk grew up constantly bullied in a poor town in South Africa, billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson grew up with dyslexia and dropped out of school at 16, John D. Rockefeller grew up as 1 of 6 kids in a poor family, later to become the first person in history worth a billion dollars.

There are many more examples, but these 3 names should be enough inspiration for you to realize that you’re never too poor, too old, or too oppressed to break free.

It’s too easy to let the government make excuses for the fact that you’re not wealthy. After all, they’re supposed to be there for guidance and support.

It’s almost like a parent telling their kids that it’s not their fault that they’re fat.

The secret that breaks you free from this poisonous mindset lies in the act of questioning everything.

Every aspect of your life needs to be questioned for you to restructure your financial status, and finally become liberated from the government’s stern hand.

Comments like Yellen’s are extremely common, and it’s almost second nature to use them to let yourself off the hook for any shortcomings you’ve faced.

So, keep an eye out for these oppressing “comments of forgiveness” and make sure that you question every single one of them. Once this secret becomes a natural reaction, you’ll finally start to become liberated from the government’s restraining shackles.

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