“How you think determines how high you fly.” – Taylor Welch

A millionaire mindset is essential to achieving a life of success, growth, and expansion. 


Your mindset consists of how you think about yourself and others.

It controls how you perceive the resistance you face each day and the failures that happen along the way.


The people who are at the top of their game are always hungry for mindset training – you should be, too.


That’s why mindset is such an important part of what we teach at Traffic and Funnels. Those who stay stuck at the bottom convince themselves they don’t need mindset training or that they’ve already learned how to create the right mindset.

By doing so, they miss out on one of the biggest success secrets:

The more successful you become, the more success you should be chasing. 


“You can’t have something on the outside that you can’t sustain on the inside.”

Your mindset determines how high and how far you will go.


It also helps you maintain whatever level of growth you achieve.

Anytime you gain new ground, you have to be able to keep it and defend it – like your life depends on it.

People think they can fix something once and never have to fix it again.

It’s too easy to go back to what’s comfortable instead of staying the course and developing the character, tolerance, and behaviors that maintain high levels of performance. 


If you want to keep and maintain a Millionaire Mindset, here are a few questions you should be asking yourself:


  1. What is this teaching me?

Life is constantly throwing you out of balance. Instead of wondering why these things happen, ask yourself, “What is this teaching me?”

Learn to take away the lessons that each challenge has to offer.

Everything is happening to teach you something.


  1. What if this works?

Questions elicit answers.

Our conscious and subconscious minds are designed to find answers to questions, but most people wonder what might happen when something doesn’t work.

That’s a negative perspective.

When you ask, “What if this works?”, you create a positive frame of mind that creates an opening and widens your vision.

You become more efficient when you ask empowering questions from a place of positivity. 


  1. How can I become better?

When something is difficult, figure out how you can improve so that you overcome that challenge.

Don’t dwell on the difficulty.

Forget why something is so hard. Instead, force yourself to step up to the challenge. Some people want things to get easier while others focus on getting better. What kind of person do you want to be? 


  1. How can I give when things get hard? 

It might seem counterintuitive, but giving to others when you’re feeling stuck in scarcity can be a powerful way to break through it.

If you’re lacking energy or drive, go out and serve someone.

It’s too easy to lose sight of others when we’re obsessed with our own outcomes.  Give your time to others when you feel like you’re running out of time. Give to serve so that you don’t burn yourself out. 


“Amateurs always say, ‘Why is this happening?’ Professionals ask, ‘What is this teaching me?’” 

Once you learn to ask yourself these questions consistently, you can begin to focus on the key behaviors that will help you maintain the Millionaire Mindset:


  1. Activity

Action is the greatest anti-depressant. Inaction leads to discouragement.

Where are you spending your time?

Create a timeline that outlines your activities so that you are focusing on a meaningful mission. 


  1. Attention

Ruthlessly cut out what’s neutral or negative.

Things can either empower you or disempower you.

You need to recognize the difference as things come your way. Stop following negative people and information sources. Break the addiction to information streams that take away your attention.


  1. Advantages

What advantages are you creating for yourself?

The most successful people pay a lot of money for advantages. Always look for the advantages you can gain in life. 

Mindset training is essential to your success and ability to maintain the growth of your business and your own personal development. Learning to ask the right questions and focusing your activities, attention, and advantages on the things that matter will go a long way in helping you reach your goals. 


“Anything worthwhile is going to be hard. Anything that’s not hard, is not going to be worthwhile.” 


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