How To Reprogram Your Mind For Success: Top 5 Secrets The Rich Won’t Talk About + Bonus Tips

Want to know how to reprogram your mind for success? Maybe you are like 90% of the populace, tired, beat down, unfulfilled, and you feel like your life isn’t going your way.

Maybe you are like many middle-classed people who have a career and fit the model citizen, but you desire more; you want to achieve greatness. Perhaps the problem lies in not knowing where to start.

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It is my hope and goal that this article will enlighten you on the Top 5 secrets of the rich that have brought about a record number of new millionaires just in America since last year.

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Let’s see the Top 5 secrets now…

Top 5 Secrets on How To Reprogram Your Mind For Success:

1. They Are Master Helpers… They Focus On Helping Before Selling

Believe it or not, people in modern day don’t want to be sold anything. They desire solutions. Money is made in the industry that gives people solutions, not selling them products.

People don’t want to be ripped off, and interestingly enough, people often equate anyone trying to sell them something to a used car salesman. Why? Because just like that car salesman, they don’t care about the person, they care about selling the car.

As a disclaimer, I am not saying all used car salesmen are deceptive or dishonest, I’m just using an example here.

2. People Want Solutions, And The Successful People Know That

However, the principle still stands. People don’t want to be taken for a ride. When I go shopping, I don’t want to be sold a product, I want the answer to my problems!

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If I’m hungry, I buy a sandwich at a restaurant. Or my tires are flat, I buy new ones at an auto store. If my computer is not working, I get tech support.

See? If I can solve your problem, and you see the value in how much time or money you will save yourself, you are probably going to say “yes”. It’s a win-win.

This is actually the driving force between the concept of “Supply & Demand”

3. They Are Confident As Heck & Their Minds Know It!

If you talk with someone who has achieved great things, they are usually proud of their accomplishments. I’m not talking about being haughty or “full of it”, I’m talking about having a pride of ownership.

We can debate what the right attitude is when you have achieved the American Dream, but nowhere in the good book does it say that you shouldn’t be confident.

If you don’t have confidence, nothing you do will ever be good enough to prove the worth of yourself or your profession. People don’t want to buy from timid people.

Then again, over-confident people just come off as annoying, so I guess there is a balance to that. Being approachable but still having a good opinion about yourself or what your selling is where the money is.

4. Their Strategy Factors In Failure

Another factor to consider is how the rich handle loss or failure. This is a big one.

Many people think that successful people are lucky gamblers who were willing to risk everything and somehow made it big. To sum it up, people think that the rich don’t care about loss.

This couldn’t be farther from the truth however! The successful people in any profession understand “cutting their losses”, and when they conduct a financial endeavor, they take measures to prevent losses entirely.

A good example of this would be with how “Options” work in the Stock Market. A smart investor can make money when the market is low, and when the market is high. It’s all about positioning and risk tolerance.

They make sure that they are ready to suffer losses, and can keep moving forward.

5. They Don’t Fear Risk

To further address the subject of risk, successful people don’t fear the risk of losing. If anything, the fear of not doing anything is actually a greater motivator for them.

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Indeed, they don’t become paralyzed when faced with the possibility that something might not work the way they expected. I believe a big part of this is because they work with money that they aren’t afraid to lose, and because they are educated.

When people talk about investing especially, they say it’s “risky”. But Robert Kiyosaki (Author of the 1# best-selling finance book in the world, “Rich Dad Poor Dad“) would say that relying solely on a job for “financial security” is risky!

The alternative to not taking action, is to rely on a position in society that can be taken from you in an instant, and will most likely never supply you with last retirement, if any at all.

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6. Their Money Works Harder Than They Do!

The trick to becoming financial success can be simplified down to the simple concept of replacing yourself with a money making entity to do your job. Or better yet, to do something entirely different and make you cha-ching!

That’s what business owners are all about, and it’s why anyone earnestly seeks financial freedom is after. The idea that you don’t have to work a 9-5 to support yourself is the driving force of capitalism and wealth generation.

That’s not greedy, that’s smart. Businesses provide jobs, innovative products and services provide convenience or comfort, etc.

7. Financial Freedom = A New Job?

I guess this is where most people sit in their desire. They think that by getting financially free of their 9-5 that they won’t have to “work” anymore. Guess again.

Ask any of the wealthiest men in the world if they don’t check in with their managers, CEO’s, and assigned bosses of their companies. All of them will tell you that they still check in and stay in the loop.

If wealthy people don’t stay in the loop of their companies, they are allowing the possibility of neglect and mismanagement to take place.

Indeed another skill of the rich is how they still “work” without actually running their empires.

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I hope this article has been helpful for you, let me know in the comments below what you thought and what stood out to you the most!

Best regards,

Jacob Highley

Jacob Highley

Jacob is the featured author on FSB. He is a seasoned Internet Marketer and Financial Expert. Some of his professional experience includes, Real Estate, Stocks, Business Management, Crypto Currencies, and he is a veteran Online Blogger. He is an avid reader and investor. He has a passion for helping others succeed and overcome obstacles in their lives. He believes that "Knowledge Is Power", and that people have the ability to do anything they set their minds to. You can read more about him, Here.

5 thoughts on “How To Reprogram Your Mind For Success: Top 5 Secrets The Rich Won’t Talk About + Bonus Tips

  • December 9, 2018 at 10:48 am

    I like this. #3 They are confident as heck. I think you hit that spot on. If we do not have the confidence, nothing will ever happen in our life that we want to happen.

  • December 9, 2018 at 12:29 pm

    I fear of risk and you mentioned a book which is called “Rich Dad Poor Dad“. If I read it, will I have a better understanding of it? What is your take on this?

  • December 9, 2018 at 1:01 pm

    Hi there Jacob, fine post here. I definitely agree with the fact that people want to feel like they are buying and not being sold on something. The former makes the show around the customer instead the show on the salesman. And you are right about financial freedom being a new job; it’s quite a necessary one actually based on how things are. I just can’t see a reason not to work for that.

  • December 9, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    Wow Thank you very much for your fantastic website that shows the easiest and most effective secrets to financial success and a better life!

  • December 9, 2018 at 9:47 pm

    Great read, and I really have to say No. 1 and No. 2 resonated with me greatly. Helping people, i.e. finding out what they need and meeting that need, to me is the name of the game first and foremost. I am, of course, looking to be successful, but the idea of researching and providing information to my readers on topics where I can help them, that means something to me.

    I would say the area I struggle in the most is the confidence part. I have started to read several motivational books, and I am beginning to train my mind to better expect success, but I have always had trouble in the confidence arena. I realize the absolute importance of this, and I expect it to improve as I diligently work on it.

    Thanks for a great article with great ideas. I really appreciate your site. It’s great!



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