Tag: business mind

19 Mar 2016
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6 Differences Between Business Mind and the Mind of Ordinary Person

There are two types of people in business world. We’ll call them: Buyers and Sellers. Seller lives the life by solving problems on daily basis. Buyer on the other hand lives the life using the solutions provided and offered by the Seller.

Thus, the PREMISE:

Seller makes money, while Buyer spends money.





Being entrepreneur essentially means that you have to deal with the complex problems on daily basis. And only few of those problems are the real solutions you’re bringing to the market and make money. The rest fall into the organizational and operational aspects.

Now, as you already know, we have only a small number of Sellers. The number fit right into the 80/20 rule. And 80/20 rule states that from 100 people who will decide to take the first step in personal development (or any other segment of the life), 80 will drop out almost immediately, making up all sorts of excuses; 20 will push forward and make it happen, while 2 will reign supreme. You can see this rule whenever you look!

It’s Pareto principle.

That means this: From 100 people only 20 are Sellers, while 80 are Buyers. Naturally, you want to fit in the first group; the Sellers.

 

So how do you switch from Buyer to Seller?

 

LESSON 1 – Use the brain potentials like never before

 

When was the last time you’ve read some great motivational or efficient book, filled with practical advices, coming from proven source? When was the last time you Googled something of your close interest? And by that we mean conducting a thorough, unbiased and detailed research and analyses.

Don’t know how to analyze the market? Don’t know what gives an edge in the warfare called business?

Nobody is born with this knowledge. It’s something you have to learn. Your progress depends on your willingness to adopt the new knowledge. So, you have to start practicing a new doctrine:

 

Perpetual personal development through learning process that never ends.

 

You don’t watch some stupid reality show unless you’re interested into human behavioral psychology (it’s the truth; you can learn something even from the complete and total idiot.) Instead, you buy the book that has the potential to provide you with the new perspective.

But critical thing is this: when facing a problem of any kind, don’t give up. Force yourself to solve it. Even if you are challenged to solve riddles, or quizzes, or everyday predicaments, don’t give up. It’s how you train your brain!

You see, problem solving demands energy, and it can (and will) consume up to 30% of your entire capacities. Just try to run and make complex mathematical calculations. You’ll either be forced to stop, or to give up from the mental task.

 

USEFUL HINT: This problem is further emphasized through biological problem known as blood-brain barrier. Only glucose can pass the barrier; remember that. So living on a low-carb diet will exhaust the only energy reserves that can be utilized by brain. You can guess the end result.

Since we’re programmed to live by spending the least of resources, brain automatically shuts down the will to push harder. Good example is “fight-or-flight” response state, where brain shuts down all secondary mechanisms that are nonessential for pure survival, such as growth of hair or nails, parts of our working memory and similar.

Make no mistake; it’s easy for your brain to block every attempt to move beyond pure survival. It will just shut the will down and shift your focus to something else. The funny thing is: you’ll give up not knowing why!

In case of wolves, lions and other predators this may actually work. They hunt down their prey, eat, and then sleep for hours.

But we the humans are evolved beyond that point. Our neocortical regions allow us to override the limbic system and push even harder. We have the power to control our brain and that is extraordinary. If we want.

The problem with majority of the human population is total and deliberate reluctance for anything that goes beyond the scope of pure survival or fun. Whenever Buyer is forced outside the comfort zone, he or she allows the block. They are not interested and they justify it with excuses such as:

  • bad luck,
  • wrong origins,
  • poor social environment,
  • lack of tutoring from behalf of their parents and school,
  • and many other different “excuses” to stay still and not move any further.

 

Some won’t even bother with making up excuses. They are simply lazy.

 

Seller, on the other hand, understands that brain is where the power hides. Brain will buy the muscles, but muscles will never buy the brain and they are perfectly aware of that.

Therefore, business mind seeks for constant challenges. Status quo is not an option. And even when everything seems OK and there is no need for energy consumption, business mind will find the way to employ as much of neurons as possible. Both amygdalae will keep firing if needed (if you don’t know what amygdalae are, Google it, nothing bad will happen, trust us.)

 

So why are they doing that extra effort when they could satisfy with less and live more relaxed? Why can’t they just live a “comfortable life”?

 

LESSON 2 – Business mind understands the risks associated with the single source of incomes

 

Couple of years ago we saw the live demonstration of what happens when people think extremely short-termed and decide to depend on one single source of income.

If you paid attention, you noticed one distinct occurrence during the last crisis outbreak: rich people actually increased their wealth. Crisis didn’t force them out of their homes. Many of them cashed in on abandoned properties by flipping them or starting the clean-the-shit-up types of businesses.

Only those who satisfied themselves with one salary while being overloaded with debts, lost everything and had to camp in tents all over the freakin’ place.

And that’s the principle difference.

You see, what truly separates Seller from Buyer is that Seller is on a constant lookout for additional, fresh source of money even if it means taking the risks.

 

Because, by avoiding risk and trying to play defensive all the time, sooner than later, you’ll find yourself out on the street.

 

Stocks, bonds, short-term investments, partnerships, new ventures, commodities…you name it, Seller has it. 3, 4, 5 and even more sources bring in the money like on a conveyor bay. That’s why some people played golf while some had to drag their families over the parking lots trying to find a small piece of concrete to setup the tent.

What happened then?

Those from parking lots blamed those who played golf for their tragic misfortune. Go figure…

It seemed that they all simply ran out of luck. At least that’s what many of them claimed in the aftermath.

But did “luck” played any kind of role in their tragedy?

 

LESSON 3 – Business mind understands that luck has nothing to do with anything

 

While Seller does play lottery, he doesn’t perceive it as potential investment. Seller considers it as a simple game to play from time to time just for fun. Does he win? Of course. It seems that there is something universal about being opened to wealth. You’ll get it; no question about it.

Buyer on the other hand, sees gambling as the “way out.” He doesn’t know how to manage money and he thinks how one “lucky” round will change his life entirely.

 

Relying on one source of incomes is exactly the same. It’s that same gambling mentality.

 

The reality is: no matter how much money Buyer wins, it’s lost in less than 5 years because the person who won, never made an effort to learn what to do with it. Instead, he spends, and spends, and spends until he ends up in debt – again. He is simply relying on “luck.”

Luck has nothing to do with the success or being rich. It’s about using every advantage and exploiting every opportunity while employing brain 120% into the problem solving. That’s why you’ll never hear rich man to blame or to justify. He is aware that blaming and justification or rationalization of stupid and reckless move won’t get him anywhere. On top of everything, he doesn’t have time to blame.

Buyer, in the same time, blames everything and everyone.

 

Is it the right approach? Is someone or something always “guilty” for your low output and bad financial situation?

 

LESSON 4 – Business mind doesn’t recognize blaming and justification as viable options

 

When you make reckless move and endanger your sole survival, what do you do?

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Business mind learns from that mistake, makes sure that it never happens again, and then pushes forward even harder. The majority of Buyers on the other hand, fall in the state of acute depression and after a while, their own brains start to reason and rationalize the decision, response or action. More times that delusional thought is repeated, faster it becomes the true, because brain has to fill in the gap; otherwise, there is a potential risk for well-being and even for survival.

It’s called backward rationalization and it’s the part of our defense mechanism. It is a set of chemical exchanges that protects your central belief system and makes sure that it does not disintegrate. When that happens, your survival is endangered; at least according to your brain.

 

But that doesn’t have to be a rule or even the truth. You’ll learn details about your central belief system during advanced steps of your progress. Again, our neat evolutionary advance is providing us with the deadly effective tool. The Sequence master course is teaching you, among everything else, how to bypass that dangerous mechanism we all have tendency for.

 

Have you ever heard Donald Trump to blame on someone or something even though he had lost everything some time ago? Shit, man even ended over $100M in debt. Did you see him crying over his poor and tragic destiny? Did you see him joining some cult or religious movement? Did you hear him blaming on the government?

No. Man got his shit together and moved in with even more power, decisive to reign supreme this time. And he did it. Now he’s running for the President of the United States of America. Donald Trump and people like him should serve as the examples to you and not someone you envy or resent; remember that.

Majority of Buyers will blame on someone or something and keep caving in indefinitely. They blame just to cover their fear from trying again, and again, and again. They blame to cover their lack of willpower. They blame so hard, that they are prepared to talk loudly and persuade others into their deviant point of view, just to hide the fact that they screw it up good and now have no desire to try again.

They’d rather sit and cry and blame and justify and dig through the garbage than to try again. Why? Because they are scared. Risk is the word that frightens them more than anything else. It transforms them into little crying girls.

Business minds or Sellers think differently…

 

LESSON 5 – Risk is just another segment of the opportunity to be calculated and analyzed

 

Nothing more, nothing less. You could get dressed right now and walk to the grocery store to pick up the six-pack and end up dead in less than 5 minutes. How? There are probably 1,548 different ways for that to happen in that fragment of time.

And how many people end up like that on their way to the store? Hundreds, every day. Is awareness of that fact stopping you from going to the store? No way! You want your six-pack, period!

So why the hell is Buyer so freakin’ afraid to do anything beyond his dull 9-5, Monday to Friday, for some ridiculous FIXED hourly wage, while Seller — the business mind — eats caviar and goat cheese pizza, shooting golf balls from the deck of some hot shit yacht?

It’s because Buyers don’t truly understand the difference between opportunity and risk. They think it’s the same thing. Hell, they even think that risk maybe, just maybe, hides the opportunity and not the other way around!

How do you reason that? How do you reason the fact that someone is willing to run across the freakin’ street in the middle of the rush hour, risking his life, but in the same time hides like a goddamn mouse when somebody offers him an opportunity? Will it kill him? No goddammit! Of course it won’t.

So why then?

Because of seriously disturbed comprehension and perception of money! Buyer simply doesn’t understand what money truly is.

 

LESSON 6 – Business mind understands the money

 

Seller gets it. Buyer sucks at it. And the only reason why Buyers don’t have a second clue about the money is because they are not willing to learn!

Seller knows that money is the weapon and the tool. Same as it was the bow and arrow or the spear in the ancient times. Same as it was the knife or the axe. It’s what provides food, shelter and safety. It’s what provides you with more than you need if it’s sharp and you know how to use it!

Thus, Sellers don’t do critical mistake Buyers are doing: they don’t think of money as of prize.

Because money is not the prize. It is the mean to get the prize.

And that prize is life in abundance and ability to eat in top restaurants without looking at the price tags! Prize is freedom to wander around the World, because it’s beautiful and it deserves to be seen from every angle during this ridiculously limited time we have on this planet! Prize is life without financial worries; something our current system enables for every soul on this planet. Remember that.

We’ve invented an advanced and effective weapon to hunt, protect and thrive.

What do you do with the weapon? You take a good care of it to make sure it fires every single time.

If you don’t know how to clean your rifle, reload it, aim it, and shoot the target from the large distance, what do you do?

You sign up for training course, don’t you?

So why the hell you don’t do the same with money?

Why do you expect that you’ll hit the small moving target from mile away if you don’t know jack about how wind velocity, Coriolis Effect, air humidity, rifle’s abilities and ammo’s ballistic features would influence the precision of that shot?

Business mind gets it. Money is nothing more than a high precision sniper rifle with powerful ammo. Knock out the target and only then you’ll get your prize.

Seller is perfectly aware of the fact that you can have the best rifle and the best ammo but if you don’t know how to shoot and kill, it won’t do you any good. Apply the same on money and you’ll know why your financial situation sucks, to say the least.

Now ask yourself this: how many truly rich and successful people were teaching you about the money and the system since you were just a little boy?

Do you see the problem now? Exactly!

You’ve been taught wrong because those who supposed to teach you knew nothing about it. So why do you expect to shoot well if you were trained by the people who don’t know how to shoot at all?

 

Money is a powerful weapon in hands of the person who knows how to manage it. It provides you with the unique opportunity to free yourself from any kind of labor, or any kind of effort required to ensure your complete financial freedom.

You just need to learn how it’s done. In other words, you need guidance from someone who understands the game and plays it well. Because, what you’ve read so far is just the quantum. You know now how you need to think. But, you need to learn how to implement that knowledge and how to act upon it.

And that advanced and powerful development program consists of, but not limited to, the following:

 

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And you have all of this, with the precise and detail explanations and blueprints, in an advanced business program designed to answer your every question. The Sequence master course is enabling you to sync with the system to make your money work for you. In other words, it enables you to reach the moment when money makes money – with or without your direct influence.