6 Steps to Think Like a Millionaire

Think like a Millionaire

Rich people have a different way of thinking as compared to poor and middle class people in a given society. They think about money, wealth, themselves, other people, and life from a different perspective.

Here we will discuss six most important steps to think like a millionaire and examine how rich, middle class and poor people think.

By this way, you will discover some alternative impressions in the files of your mind from which to choose. Also, you can perceive yourself while thinking as poor people do, and promptly change over to how rich people think.

Keep in mind, beliefs are not true or false and right or wrong, but they are merely past opinions which can be modified on your command. In reality, you can select to think in ways that will support you, instead of thinking in ways that lead to despair.

1. Rich People think: “I made my Life”

I made my Life

Poor people’s thinking is “Life happens to me.” If you wish to make wealth, it is important that you believe you are at the hand wheel of your life; and that you create every single second of your life. Your financial life, in particular.

If you don’t accept this as reality, then you must admit you have little control over life and that financial success has nothing to do with you. This is not a rich mental attitude.

In place of taking the task for what is going on in their lives, poor people prefer to play the character of a “victim”. Certainly, any victim’s biggest thought-action is “poor me.” In keeping with the law of intention, that is exactly what they acquire; “poor,” as in money, me.

Here’s the simple solution to this problem, which I guarantee, will change your life:

For the coming week, I advice you not to sound off in any way. Neither complain about anything using your mouth, nor think unhappy in your mind. You will be surprised with the results and how successful and serene your life will become. I promise :)

You can be either a victim, or you can be rich! It’s time to recall your mind power and admit the fact that you create every single second of your life. You create your wealth; you create your poverty and everything in between.

2. Rich People always participate to Win the race

Rich people play to win

Poor people take part in the race on defense rather than offense. This is actually their main problem. Let’s suppose, if you are strained to run strictly on defense, what are the chances for winning the race? I think the majority will agree; slim and none.

All the same, that is how literally most people participate in the race. Their main objective is survival and security, not wealth and abundance. So, it’s the time for you to decide: What is your objective?

Rich people’s major concern is to become the lord of countless wealth. Poor people’s major concern is to have “enough to make the living…” Few extra bucks, for them, would be a marvel to go!
Again, rethink the power of intention. When your objective is to have enough to make your living, that is precisely how much you’ll get. Not even a coin more! You get what you really plan to get. If you wish to create wealth, your objective has to be “rich”;) “Gimme money and I’ll shop, shop and shop till I drop! Wheee!” :D

3. Rich People are devoted to being Rich

Rich People are devoted to being Rich

Then again, Poor people are uninterested towards being rich.

Most of us have logical reasons as to why it would be superb to be rich. But what about the other perspective? Are there reasons why it might not be so good to be rich or experience the process of struggling to get rich?

We actually have a file on wealth in our minds. This file comprises of our personal beliefs that include why being wealthy would be good for us. However, for many people, their file also contains information as to why being rich might not be so good. These people have varied internal messages particularly around money and wealth.

Few of them will think, “Having more wealth will make life a lot more enjoyable.” Conversely, others think like, “Uh-huh, but I’ll have to work harder. Just like a donkey! So how the heck is that comfy?” Some will say, “I’ll be able to move around the world.” Then again, the others react like, “Nah! Every person in the world would like to have something from me.”

Such confused messages are one of the biggest reasons that most people can not manage to become rich.

Actually, the biggest reason why most people don’t get what they want is, they do not know what they exactly want.

Rich people are firm about- They want money. They are steadfast in their belief. They are fully devoted to creating wealth. They are ready to do whatever it takes to create wealth. Rich people get it because they do not spread confused messages in the universe.

Getting rich is not a “one night stand.” (Do not take me wrong here ;) ) It takes solid determination, skill, effort and passion. You have to truly commit to it, both consciously and subconsciously. You have to determine you can really do it and that you really deserve it. If you are not fully devoted to creating wealth, chances are you will not…

4. Rich People Think Big

Rich People Think Big

Poor people think small.

Believe me; everything will change the day you will begin to think big.
You want to do big or small? It’s totally up to you. Remember, it’s not about you. It’s about living your objective. It’s about living true to your objective. It’s about attending to others.

Most of us are so caught up in our egos that everything turns around “me, me and more me.” I repeat; it’s not about you. It’s about adding value to others’ lives. Again, it’s totally up to you. The first way leads to being ruined and full of misery. While the other leads to wealth, meaning, and success. So, be wise while making your selection…

5. Rich People Are Bigger than Their Problems

Rich People Are Bigger than Their Problems

Poor people are smaller than their problems.

Getting rich is an expedition, not a holiday. It is full of difficulties, gimmicks, and twists. The point here is that, success is messy, and for the same reason, most people don’t take it. In other words, they don’t want problems in their lives.

This is one of the greatest differences between rich people and poor people. Rich and successful people are larger than their problems, while poor and unsuccessful people are smaller than their problems.

Poor people will do almost anything to shun problems. They are afraid of accepting challenges. The irony is that, in their pursuit to ensure they don’t have problems, they have the biggest problem of all: They are unhappy and full of misery.

The secret to success is not to try to keep away from problems. Problems are to be solved when they arise. You should be bigger than any problem. Whether you are rich or poor, doing big or small, problems do not get away. If you are taking a breath, you will always face problems in your life.
What’s essential to recognize here is that the size of the problem is never the main issue. What really matters is the size of you! Bear in mind, your wealth can only grow to the extent that you want!
My scheme is to grow yourself to an extent where you can conquer any problem that gets in your way of achieving your objectives, and keeping it once you have it. So, do not complain about problems because millionaires are financial warriors and when a warrior faces a challenge, he always says: Just Bring it on…

6. Rich People give attention to Opportunities

Rich People give attention to Opportunities

Poor people give attention to problems.
Rich people observe potential growth and focus on the rewards.
Poor people observe potential loss and focus on the risks.

It’s a long-familiar question: Is the glass half empty or half full? We’re not merely discussing “positive thinking” here. Instead, we are discussing a usual way of observing the world.
Poor people come from panic. Their minds are continually reading for what is going wrong in any situation. The most crucial element of their attitude is “What if it doesn’t work?” or, more honestly, “It won’t work.” Rich people, on the other hand, take liability for creating their life and have the mentality, “It will work because I’ll make it work.”

In the monetary world, it’s evidenced that the risk is directly proportional to reward. The higher the reward, the greater the chances of risk. Rich people are always willing to take that risk. They are confident in their ability and creativity, and look ahead to succeed. On the other hand, poor people always fail to imagine, hence they imagine to fail.

You have to think outside the box. Buy something or start something in order to create wealth. You have to focus on opportunities for success all around, instead of focusing on risks and problems. All the best!!! :)

32 Responses to “6 Steps to Think Like a Millionaire”

  • robin Says:

    well fuck me twice, this article’s great!

  • santosh kori Says:

    Excellent tips, Every body who want to rich/ big in life must read.

  • Mike Says:

    Oh my Gosh………. Really nice post. Thinking like a millionaire…..

  • Marks Says:

    What an article. Simply amused after reading this… Must read for all…

  • Matts Says:

    Interesting article, but I think the fact that here you have heavily criticized poor people. Am I right?

  • Mohib Says:

    Thank you all. Your comments are much appreciated. Happy Reading :)

  • Mohib Says:

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  • Mohib Says:

    Hi Matts. Thank you for you comment but this is what the facts say, and from the most authentic books and resources on the subject.

  • alt0182 Says:

    It’s a good article, though perhaps too “certain” in it’s approach. It’s also important to point out that most people see wealthy people (and successful companies) as “evil” or “immoral” – this is an image continually reinforced by the media. When was the last time you saw a movie or TV show that showed the wealthy as good, kind people who give large sums to charity? They are usually portrayed as pompous and uncaring, and more than willing to “step on a few people” on their way to the top. Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad series is a better formulation of the ideas in the article.

  • United Voices Says:

    Gee mate… I’m already thinking like one ;)

  • Procrastinationist Says:

    About the only thing this article fails to bring up are the countless ways that rich people deliberately use their power to keep poor people in a depressed or at the very least manipulated state of reality. They belong to secret societies, giving each other bank loans and circle jerks and gang bang parties while they tout their “higher” morals, as compared to us poor schlocks.

    Maybe I’m being defensive, but a lot of the sentiment in this shits my modest dream would to work a productive and fulfilling job, have lots of free time for leisure to learn about the world and be creative, and all without the threat of bankruptcy due to health costs and not incurring mountains of debt. Do I HAVE to want to be a millionaire to achieve this dream? Can we not recognize that there are people who are simultaneously pulling them up by their bootstraps AND getting fucked over by the big boys?

  • Choudary Says:

    Becoming rich by way of following moral values and creating wealth to the self and sharing it to the genuine needy is a real richness. By immoral means, richness is at the cost of society is not rich but misery. If you are misery you are poor, no matter how rich you are. Author should modify/add “6 Steps to Think like a Millionaire with Human Face”

  • At Home Dad Says:

    Really enjoyed the well written article.


  • kmac4118 Says:

    Once read a book changed my outlook on life this was called the master key!This gave you the laws of the universe like every thing you do has an effect,ie Give to receive what goes around comes around,and this is so in business circles,You must speculate to accumalate,so dont leave your £££s looked up under lock+key
    This isnt a plug for the book, just very relevant ever more so in financial matters.

  • Jyotish Kumar Says:

    Nice article.

  • EPOS Systems Says:

    Its really a good article but things are not easy as it is portrayed here.

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  • poiuytre Says:

    Awesome article!

    I have recently been adopting a couple of the lessons mentioned here, specifically #1 and #5, but not to become rich, but to become happy (money isn’t a concern, I’m in high school). I would strongly suggest applying these to general life, not just wealth.

    Taking a very rational approach and making a change instead of complaining are two things that have given me much confidence and, in turn, happiness.

    “…Success is messy, and for the same reason, most people don’t take it,” (5). Great point. The only way to be happy, successful, wealthy, or whatever else you’re looking for is to step-up, address your problems, and fix them.

  • Levins Says:

    I find it interesting that this article suggests that the only path to happiness is to be wealthy. I happen to know very many poor people who are perfectly content to make their minimum wage salary and then go home and spend the evening with their family.

  • James Says:

    Poor is a mindset, not having money is being “broke”. Many wealthy people have gone bankrupt and recovered. It is as much about not quitting as anything. I work with investors and in low income neighborhoods and if you talk enough with both groups of people you will see the difference in mindset.

  • C K Says:

    I think the part about ‘problem larger than life’ is so true. There are certain times when a problem seems to get bigger and bigger just because I ‘allow’ it to. Cheers for the post.

  • Lou Says:

    More money, more problems.

  • Kim Says:

    Some great tips. Thanks.

  • Jack Says:

    Yeah. If you are poor you will say like “Fuck all the millionaires in the world”. :D

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    I would consider this to be the information!

  • Avinash Says:

    Great tips. Pretty true indeed. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  • Dennis Says:

    I’ve heard all of these steps before and the biggest reason I’m not rich is because I still do not apply all of them. Almost as interesting as your article are the responses to your article. You can plainly see the “rich” and “poor” mindset as people respond. Even though much of life is out of our hands the way we respond to life determines much of our wealth and success. Thanks for the steps!

  • Mark Says:

    No matter how hard I try I never seem to get the results that these guys talk about and some tell me why?

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