“Thinking big and thinking small takes the same amount of work”.
This may seem more like one of those motivational thoughts spoken by an anonymous entrepreneur, however, it has an absolutely definite power in the way you face your challenges. It is not known exactly who it was assigned, but Mukundsinh likes to use it as an analogy when he talks about the successful entreprenur and what you need to achieve it.
In today’s post, Mukundsinh Solanki
is going to share the importance of a positive mindset and the danger of negative beliefs, which can restrict your chances of success even in a context of crisis. Mukundsinh Solanki
also wants to present you with some simple and practical tips to act according to the mindset you want, in addition to an effective technique to maintain mental control of your investments
. Are you ready?
1. Think big and see opportunities in the midst of the crisis
We know that talking about the crisis that India is facing may sound repetitive, but I insist on mentioning this subject in order to, above all, take a strategic look at it. Even though the Stock Exchange is falling and the dollar is rising, the foreign market offers a financial market full of investment possibilities as or more profitable than maintaining its capital in the national territory – even more easily.
Some time ago, I talked about it in one of my videos. In it, I give a practical example of how the success of foreign investors is directly linked to the global thinking they assume in their operations. Check out!
2. Positive mindset versus negative beliefs
When working on your mindset, that is, your mental programming, in order to accept that you are capable, it is the first step towards the success of the novice investor. This positive mentality, based on self-confidence and emotional control, is what will sustain your performance. Whoever enters the investment market already thinks big, because the possibilities of gains are really profitable. Therefore, you have a full right to feel that you are worthy.
Many are unaware of this because they allow themselves to be influenced by some psychological barriers that distance them from their financial freedom. These are culturally constructed negative beliefs, like one that sees evil in a person’s wealth. No! People are good or bad regardless of their financial condition. In another article, I comment better on this and other of those beliefs that you need to leave behind.
3. Do you want to get rich? Act like rich!
In his book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, businessman Robert Kiyosaki says that “people shape their lives according to their thoughts”. In practice, it means that you shouldn’t think about becoming rich, but rather act as if you already are. Obviously, I don’t want to influence you to go out toasting money. As in the world bestseller, the idea is to outline new attitudes that can guarantee your prosperity
One of the main teachings in the book says that your beliefs about money have power. When comparing his experience as the son of a university professor – the poor father – and that of a friend whose father was a businessman – rich father, the author makes a counterpoint between the mentality of each one, identifying the difference in the individual posture that contributed to the standard of living they have achieved. Take the opportunity to read more about these attitudes that he discovered.
4. But, how do I know that I am not making mistakes?
Developing this mindset is as important for the success of the investor as learning how the market works. Of course, in theory, all that I’m talking about is wonderful, but you and I know that in practice everything can change. For this reason, I want to introduce you to a medicinal technique that helps me daily to self-assess to identify problems and correct them: Biofeedback, widely used by investors around the world.
This technique uses computerized and supersensitive instruments that collect data about your body, such as temperature and the level of muscle tension (information that is impossible to identify with the naked eye) in the face of operations. Based on this data, biofeedback provides an opinion on your behaviour, allowing you to adjust it as needed. It is a fantastic and very assertive technique that I recommend to everyone who operates in the market.
So, if you already have a positive mindset, consider yourself closer to your financial independence. The next step, now, is to use all your dedication to your favour to investigate and learn how the market works, what techniques are available and the strategies that have led other investors to success. I myself have been in your skin when I started to operate more than 10 years ago. The difference is that there were no references.
For that reason alone you should already consider yourself privileged. The content is in your hands. Now it’s time to take advantage of everything I have to offer to help you achieve your success as an investor. Feel free to come back as often as you like.