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Best BUSINESS TIP: How To Have A Positive Money Mindset


Do you feel as though you don’t deserve to make money? Stay tuned and let’s talk about this.

Hi, I’m Bryan Toder, “The No Fear Guy”, and I hear people saying all the time that they just don’t deserve to make money.

Their parents were poor. There are too many poor people in the world. Whatever the reason, they don’t feel as if they deserve the privilege of having a secure lifestyle that money will bring.

Now, I need to say this: Money is not the root of all evil; it’s the LOVE of money… greed and such.

You need money for basic things: Shelter, food, gas, clothing and more.

You need money for comfort: Heat, air conditioning, a car.

And the other things you take for granted: your phone, the Internet, your computer!

Without money, you will be useless and other people—those WITH money—will be taking care of you.

Now, I am assuming that you don’t fit into any of those categories, but I needed to lay that on the line first.

So, I want to talk about developing the necessary MINDSET to want to make more money.

First, get rid of the limiting beliefs about money, like: I’ve never had a lot of money so I’ll never have it.

Or, I didn’t go to college so I’m not smart enough. Or, whatever your reason that is blocking you from making a good living, decide that you are moving PAST those limiting beliefs and putting them in the past for good!

You see, just because you never made money before doesn’t mean anything! Just because you are “too old” or “too young” or not educated is meaningless.

None of that even matters. What really matters is that you BELIEVE that it is possible.

So, I want you to write down THREE reasons why you deserve to make a better living and earn more money for you, your family… the world!

Maybe it’s to have a better life for your family. Maybe you want to make enough money to quit your job and start your own business. Maybe it’s to have enough money to give away a portion of it to people who need it.

Whatever your reason, write them down. Maybe, put them in the comment box below this video!

The great American entertainer, Sophie Tucker, said it best: “I’ve been rich and I’ve been poor. Rich is better!”