Are you ready to find your WHY?

My Mentor taught me that what makes a person successful is NOT talent, NOT charisma, NOT money.

Success is found in the mind, in the mind’s “why”.

Often for a person to change their habits, or strengthen their discipline, they must first change their “why”. For many people, that may be difficult because a person’s “why” is often linked to core belies and values, likes and dislikes.

There are many limitations for mindset of the “why”. Sometimes the “why” mindset can be limited by attitude or opinions such as, “I’ll never be rich,” or “I’m not interested in money,” or “The rich are evil,” or “Investing is risky.”

Not much changes until there is a shift in this mindset.

For example, if you believe “I’ll never be rich,” the chances of you becoming rich are slim to impossible. Your “why” won’t even let you try.

My Mentor often told me, “Many people ask me how to do something. I used to tell them until I realized that, even after I told them how I did something, they often did not do it. I then realized that it was not the how, but why I do something that is more important. It is the why that gives you the power to do the how.”

He also said, “The reason most people do not do what they can do is because they do not have a strong enough ‘Why’. Once you find the ‘Why’, it is easy to find your own how.

Instead of looking inside themselves to find their own why for wanting to become rich, most people look for the easy road to wealth. The problem with the easy road is that it usually ends in a dead end.”

In simple terms, the ‘Why’ is often just a mental environment. As rich dad said, “Change your environment… change your life.”

Changing or expanding your ‘Why’ can also change your life.

For example, it is hard to reach your goals, regardless of how much you study and learn, if you have a weak spirit or a “can’t do” mentality. That is why the ‘Why’ is more important than “how to”.

To making life better,

My Mentor taught me that what makes a person successful is NOT talent, NOT charisma, NOT money.

Success is found in the mind, in the mind’s “why”.

Often for a person to change their habits, or strengthen their discipline, they must first change their “why”. For many people, that may be difficult because a person’s “why” is often linked to core belies and values, likes and dislikes.

There are many limitations for mindset of the “why”. Sometimes the “why” mindset can be limited by attitude or opinions such as, “I’ll never be rich,” or “I’m not interested in money,” or “The rich are evil,” or “Investing is risky.”

Not much changes until there is a shift in this mindset.

For example, if you believe “I’ll never be rich,” the chances of you becoming rich are slim to impossible. Your “why” won’t even let you try.

My Mentor often told me, “Many people ask me how to do something. I used to tell them until I realized that, even after I told them how I did something, they often did not do it. I then realized that it was not the how, but why I do something that is more important. It is the why that gives you the power to do the how.”

He also said, “The reason most people do not do what they can do is because they do not have a strong enough ‘Why’. Once you find the ‘Why’, it is easy to find your own how.

Instead of looking inside themselves to find their own why for wanting to become rich, most people look for the easy road to wealth. The problem with the easy road is that it usually ends in a dead end.”

In simple terms, the ‘Why’ is often just a mental environment. As rich dad said, “Change your environment… change your life.”

Changing or expanding your ‘Why’ can also change your life.

For example, it is hard to reach your goals, regardless of how much you study and learn, if you have a weak spirit or a “can’t do” mentality. That is why the ‘Why’ is more important than “how to”.

To making life better,

Simharana Sharva

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