Flick Your Rich Switch — what the ?
everybody has a Rich Switch; and you can learn to flick yours here.
You were born with a rich switch on the back of your head, and even if you can’t see it, it’s still there. You cannot see it (not even if you use two mirrors) but it is still there. Your friends and family can see it, strangers can see it and once they see it, they know exactly how to treat you.
Have you ever noticed how broke people win the lottery and they very quickly end up broke again? That’s the rich switch. Theirs was set to “broke”, and even if they were given $10 Million, they would cleverly figure out how to go back to being broke, so that the external reality quickly lines up with what is in their head.
Have you ever noticed that a rich person who loses millions can swiftly go back to being wealthy? That’s the rich switch. Millionaires or billionaires such as “no money down” property tycoon Robert G. Allen, Virgin’s iconic Richard Branson, “Rich Dad” Robert Kiyosaki and the four (or five?)-time bankrupt celebrity Donald Trump, all bounced back from the brink and went on to accumulate more and more millions. (Google “bankrupt celebrity” to see stories of the winners who bounced back from massive loss: Trump, Kiyosaki, Larry King, Abraham Lincoln; and the ones who did not: Willie Nelson, Toni Braxton, Kim Basinger, MC Hammer, Stephen Baldwin, Mike Tyson and hundreds more).
Some may suggest that these people who created their fortunes through wise financial strategy alone. If the strategy was flawless, then why did strategy kings such as Trump, Allen and Kiyosaki crash? Movies such as “The Secret” and “What the bleep” will show you that mindset is key; however, you cannot simply meditate on mindset and manifest a million. Sooner or later you have to open your eyes, get off your proverbial and take some action! (There is a Law of Attra-ACTION, not a Law of Attra-sitonyourass, right?)
Yes, mindset is crucial, and so is strategy. You need to have some knowledge and you need to have a wealthy mindset as well.
Strategy is essentially simple and commonplace and is found in thousands of financial and business textbooks. Mindset is more powerful, somewhat more elusive yet can still be found if you persevere.
If you can use the power of the mind and hypnotise a white man to dance like Michael Jackson, surely you can make a struggling businessman think like Richard Branson, right?
What if someone could teach you a few simple strategies such as business ideas, trading the stock market or flipping property, and then show you how to cultivate a millionaire mindset? What if someone could just Flick Your Rich Switch from poor to rich? What kind of difference (for good or bad) would that create in your life? If you knew that someone could do it, would you let them?