Become A Wealth Machine
There are about 5 words that define the core of my philosophy in life.
These are my “magic words.” Through time, personal experience, observing others, and much reading, I formed my truth – what I believe produces happiness, peace of mind, and the best results for me.
“Expectancy” is one of these magic words.
I have never shared the magic words’ impact or significance in any publication before, so this is exciting for me.
All people want a high standard of living; how to achieve it remains largely a mystery.
One of my businesses involves building great relationships with high net-worth families, including children. I get see firsthand how the wealthy live, educate their children, and I see how they grow to become teens and young adults. My observation after a decade has proven that it is a mistaken notion that money is the cure to happiness because you can purchase more things. If you hold that notion in mind, you are dead wrong.
Expectancy is the sure way to a high standard of living, and take my word for it, once you nail this thought habit, big money follows, along with many other of life’s majestic gifts.
Expectancy is the art and skill of looking only at the best and completely disregarding the rest. This is a miraculous mental medicine.
It makes everything worth doing, since you have convinced yourself that it will surely work out. The effects on your quality of life are incredible.
Expectancy is not to be confused with passiveness, wishing for things to work out, and being naive about human nature and what works and what doesn’t or taking risks that are uncalculated.
On the contrary, expectancy humbles you and helps you to take things in their true proportions. For me, it made me understand that I am not special or immune to mistakes, so I must always do the best I can and expect the rest to fall into place. In other words, expectancy makes me work smarter and more efficiently. My mind is fixed on results, and decisions are made with total resolve. Before this, I was constantly nervous about anything – big or small. No one likes someone who is — without cease — checking up on them. That’s how I was. Expectancy forces you to partner up, hire, and collaborate only with the best. It also builds trust, because others around you are inspired by the high expectations you set. Teamwork becomes impeccable – all members of the business are aligned and there is little need for communication. In fact, most of the time, you intuitively know what you should be doing to advance the business.
Here’s a few of the most powerful joys that accompany a person that expects the best:
Here’s how you can improve your life for the better, starting this moment:
You can’t even imagine how good another person feels when you see only the best in him and overlook the rest. You are giving him one pf the rarest gifts one can give — a sense of real worth — and your mental effort will always be rewarded and multiplied.
You have to live with yourself all day, every day, and these “magical words” make this journey a treat.