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Monday, February 17, 2014

Success Lesson from Japan

There seems to be an air of animosity against the rich perpetuated by the left and promoted through the main stream media. This type of thinking definitely goes against the Science of Getting Rich and the Think and Grow Rich mind set books.

Instead of inspiring people to go after their dreams and providing examples of how it’s been done the left blames the rich for, I don’t know, being rich. Like the books state, we should be emulating them. Instead of promoting what’s possible the left say it’s unfair. What’s unfair, that the person has drive, ambition, work ethic, connections and the skills to make it happen?

You won’t achieve any level of success without effort. Therefore if you’re not willing to do what it takes then you won’t get the results you seek. For those individuals who have beaten the odds it’s because they had the drive, ambition and know how to do so. The most talented person isn’t always the most successful. It takes more than talent and brains.

After WWII, Japan was a devastated country when two atomic bombs laid ruins to their land and people. They didn’t wallow in their sorrow. No. They got busy. They did something unprecedented on a grand scale. They looked at the success the US had and decided they wanted the same thing. They took it upon themselves to study our country. They took pictures, lots of them, asked questions and went back home to rework their country. Years later they became the top automobile producers and went onto excel in electronics. Wow. What a turn around.

Instead of hating us they learned from us. That was smart. Look at them now. We could learn from them.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Get Paid Your Value

What Value do You Bring to Your Job?

Many people are stuck in the money for time mindset but you won’t get rich doing that because they are only so many hours in a day. You may get paid more per hour but there still are a limited number of hours in a day.

What if you got paid your value? Would your income increase? You’ll never know unless you take that chance. You see the rich understand getting paid by your value has, in the long run, a higher pay off. With great risk comes great reward. Most people aren’t willing to take that risk. That’s how those in management get paid, not by the hour but the value they’re expected to bring to the job. The incentive then is be so efficient in your job, perhaps delegate, to eventually get the higher pay off in a promotion, pay raise or benefits.

Our economic system is a bit screwed up when a professional athlete, musician or actor and get paid millions of dollars for a short work life when professions like doctors and teachers would seem to provide better value. The market system is saying we value the first group more. We value our entertainment and things that make us feel good.  We have no one to blame when we honor those industries by rewarding them with our money.

Fear keeps you in a state of complacency. Fear of being paid your value might not appear sustainable at first. Self doubting yourself makes you wonder if you can provide enough value to deserve the pay you desire. Only you have the power to overcome your fear.  If you believe you have value to offer, chances are other people see it too and need what you have to offer.

It’s a leap of faith to take the plunge into getting paid your value. However if you want to get paid more, its’ a chance you’ll have to take.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Beware of Compare

What do I mean by that? It means when you compare yourself to others a whole host of other issues can surface.

1.   By comparing yourself to others you’re taking the attention off of yourself and placing it onto others. Essentially you’re giving away your power to someone else. They now, unknowingly, are in control of how you feel about yourself.

2.   Now that you’re given away your power it’s more difficult to concentrate on and promote your own abilities, to shine.

3.   Your self esteem begins to diminish. You compared yourself to others and then thought their life was somehow better. Then you get sad and feel bad about yourself. There’s no one else to blame for how you feel because you did it to yourself.

The ironic part is that these same people are comparing themselves to you and are in awe of you and the crazy thing is that over 90% of these negative feelings are avoidable. It’s up to you. You’re in control of how you feel.

It’s important to keep the focus on what you can control, YOU, in order to achieve your goals. When you change your focus you lose your momentum on becoming who you were born to be.  Stay focused.