To be unapologetic, you have to have the discipline to put yourself at the top of your list and skip the guilt and criticism. You have to have the courage to accept rejection. You have to have the guts to follow your dream. You have to have the grit to take a stand and do something different even though your friends and family may not agree. You have to have the perseverance to keep going when things are not going well. You have to have the patience to wait until you are ready to execute your plan.
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Why do nice, good, caring people don’t become rich and wealthy?
How to become really wealthy not in theory but in actions?
If one does not put in the hard work necessary to achieve the goal, then what is the use of having the goal in the first place? Anybody can just say I am going to get rich and wealthy, but these are just words if they are not backed up by actions. Anyone can have an idea to make a lot of money, but it is another thing to set up a business plan, complete it and then actually follow through. Many people are not good in terms of making wealth, because they do not have a firm understanding of how it works.
What the article, “Why do unapologetic people get richer but caring people never have much?” says?
If you want to be wealthy, you need to think and act like somebody who already is. This means having an abundance mindset, not a scarcity mindset. The idea that will make you a millionaire or billionaire is probably already with you, but you haven’t yet realized it or acted on it. When you think and act like someone who is already wealthy, the universe will conspire to help you achieve your goal. Most definitely, you will need to work harder and smarter than everyone else. You need to be a student in life and learn fast.
What are my takeaways in order to become truly wealthy as a whole?
Every time I listen to this kind of motivation, I’m always finding new motivation. I’m constantly learning new strategies and approaches just by hearing them over and over. This time, what hit me was this: I need to ask myself, am I willing to suffer? Am I willing to do what most people don’t even think about doing because they’re too comfortable in their situation? Am I willing to go even further outside my comfort zone? It’s not just about me, myself, and my job anymore – for me, it should be about my spiritual life, my family life, and helping others who want to get helped.
Finally, it’s important to remember your values, what you stand for, and what’s important to you – especially when it feels like society and social media are constantly telling you that you need to look a certain way or have certain things. We see posts every day on Facebook and YouTube about how to look good, act respectfully, and appear wealthy, but we’re not always taught that we need to be good, act respectfully, and become wealthy. We are living in a world where people are celebrated for being fake but condemned for being real. It’s time to start celebrating people for being real!