WANT TO MAKE MORE MONEY? SERVE MORE.
Both businesses and people fail because they fail to serve others
GO WARRIOR AND CHANGE YOURSELF
If you have an unproductive habit, go and change it with a productive habit.
DREAM —> PROJECT
If you have a dream, turn it into a project, create a timeline with small actionable steps and eventually you will be able to reach that dream
FIX YOUR ATTENTION
The constant noise of information is what drains up your attention – get rid of the noise and focus in on what’s important to you
Amateurs do it part time, pros do it full time – if you’re serious about your dreams, become a pro
MAKE EACH DAY YOUR MASTERPIECE
Don’t bank on some time in the future to get it right, make today the perfect day
CHANGE OCCURS OUTSIDE YOUR COMFORT ZONE
When you go to the gym, you’re not there to lift styrofoam – similarly, stop complaining about the challenges you face
PROJECTS: THE WORRY REMOVER
If you’re feeling down, work on a project – it gets your blood pumping and your brain moving. Next thing you know, you’re running full speed ahead
THE HARDEST WORD
As Ghandi once said: “A ‘No’ uttered from deepest conviction is better and greater than a ‘Yes’ merely uttered to please, or what is worse, to avoid trouble.”
Paint a picture of what you want to experience in your life – now pull it forward to the present. Stop waiting for the future and make it happen now.
My Take Aways
Wealth Warrior seems to be a book about mindset (well – that’s what I got from the PN). I believe that my mindset is already starting to be on this path and thus there weren’t any major “ah-ha” moments. However, the concept of turning to a pro was something I never really thought about. It’s true that if you have a goal, you should really be working towards that as oppose to letting that take the back-burner, but I’ve never thought about formally claiming to work towards it and having everything else be the second priority. Something for me to seriously consider (though I’m not thinking of quitting my job or anything, just approaching my goals with a very different mindset.
As for whether I will be reading this book – I really appreciate this concept of turning pro, but at this point, I have far too many other books that take priority compared to this and so I will have to put this off. If however, you feel like you are just starting to learn about this type of mindset, Wealth Warrior does seem like a good book to check out. If you are thinking of buying Wealth Warrior, it would be great if you could get it from Amazon here (please note that I will be getting a small amount from Amazon, though it does not affect how much you pay – Amazon just makes less money than if you were to go onto the website yourself).