Last quote by Steve Siebold
Steve Siebold quotes
No one would ever strike it rich and live their dreams without huge expectations. Ancient wisdom says you get what you expect, yet many people decide to limit their lives to middle-class mediocrity in an effort to protect themselves from failure.
Rich people know not being solvent enough to personally afford something is not relevant. The real question is, Is this worth buying, investing in, or pursuing?' If so, the wealthy know money is always available because rich people are always looking for great investments and superior performers to make those investments profitable.
The rich see money as a positive tool that has the power to create freedom and opportunity for themselves and their families.
The masses have always thought that rich people are smarter, luckier or more educated. Of course none of these things is true.
The masses almost guarantee themselves a life of financial mediocrity by staying in a job with a modest salary and yearly pay raises.
The wealthy know big money requires thinking about it in non-linear terms. The rich know that creative thinking is the highest paid skill in the world. … Training your mind to find solutions to difficult problems is the real secret to making money.
The rich have always known working for the sole purpose of making money is the worst strategy for building wealth.
If the key to building wealth was excellent grades in school, every summa cum laude college graduate would be rich. Amassing money has more to do with street smart savvy than your ability to memorize information and excel on exams.
As counterintuitive as this may seem, people who work for themselves have the power to proactively seek out business and increase revenues at will.
The world class knows it takes a team to build wealth, and they focus much of their effort on finding the right people to leverage their actions and ideas. The greatest fortunes are built through the collective mental and physical contributions of a world-class team.
They [the wealthy] believe if they make life better or easier for others, it's their right to be rich.
While the world class sees money as a critical resource that opens up endless possibilities, the middle class is demonizing it and denying its importance. With a mindset like this, is it any wonder most people don't have much?
World-class thinkers know in a capitalist country they have the right to be rich if they're willing to create massive value for others.