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How To Develop A

Prosperity(Wealthy) Mindset.
Dr Kingsley Mayowa Okonoda.
CEO, Netwealth Consult
Introduction.
It is not what we dont know that prevent us from
succeeding, its what we know that just isn't so that is
our greatest obstacle.
This seminar is not only about learning, its also about
unlearning.
You could have two people sitting side by side in
exactly the same room, learning exactly the same
strategies and tools. one person would take these tools
and sky-rocket to success, while the next person would
remain the same!

You could have the
best tools(strategies
and systems)in the
world, but if youve
got a tiny leak in your
toolbox(your mind)
youve got a problem.

There is an inner
game of money and
success and when
we combine the
inner game(the
toolbox) with the
outer game( the
tools), the results
will sky rocket.

This seminar will teach you how to blend the inner
game with the outer game to achieve total success.
It is important to realize that your old ways of thinking
and being have gotten you exactly where you are right
now.
If you are really rich and happy, fine. But if youre not,
this seminar will challenge you to consider some
possibilities that may not fit into what you think is
right.

The story of the man at the edge of a cliff.

Man falling from a cliff
Balloons of different sizes
Your Wealth Can Only Grow To
The Extent That You Do.
Your Wealth Can Only Grow To The
Extent That You Do.
Have you being failing in your business endeavors,
career or finances?
Are you looking for a new right opportunity or
business?
You have been searching outside yourself for the
answer. Have you ever considered that maybe you are
part of the problem?
If you keep putting more money into a small person,
they will quickly burst!
Have you heard of people who have blown up
financially? Who have had big money and lost it? Or
have had sweet opportunities go sour on them?
Now you know the real cause. On the outside it may
look like bad luck, a downturn in economy, a lousy
partner ,whatever
On the inside, if you do come into some big money
(increase in salary, lottery etc) when you are not ready
on the inside, your wealth will be short-lived. Chances
are good you will lose it.
To change your results( fruits ), you may have to
change your thoughts(root).
Process of manifestation= TFAR
Thoughts>>Feelings>>Actions>>Results.

Not having enough money is never much of a problem.
If the problem exists, its in your thinking and how
that thinking manifests through feelings and actions
to produce your results.
It is a result of conditioned and largely automatic
thinking.
Your money and success blueprint
Each of us have a personal money and success
blueprint already ingrained in our subconscious mind
and this blueprint will determine your financial
destiny.
This blueprint is a preset plan/programme or way of
being in relation to money; just like the blueprint of a
house is a preset plan or design for that particular
house.
Your blueprint manifests your financial reality through
the TFAR formular.
How your money blueprint is
formed.
Your financial blueprint consists primarily of the
programming you received in your past, especially as
a child.
The primary sources of this conditioning are parents,
siblings, friends, authority figures, teachers, religious
leaders, media and your culture.
Take culture. Isnt it true that certain cultures have
certain ways of thinking and
Take culture. Isnt it true that certain cultures have
certain ways of thinking and dealing with money,
while in some cultures it is completely different?
Do you think a child comes out of the womb with
those ways of being?
The child is taught how to think about and act in
relations to money.
The same holds true for you! You may not realize it
at the time.
You then run with this conditioning for life!
3 Primary Methods of
Conditioning.
Verbal Programming;
what you heard when you were young.
Modeling;
what you saw when you were young.
Specific Incidents;
what you experienced when you were young.
Verbal Programming.
What did you hear about money, wealth and rich
people when you were growing up?
Did you hear phrases like;
Money is the root of all evil.
Save your money for the raining day.
Rich people are greedy.
You have to work hard to make money
Money doesnt grow on trees

You cant be rich and spiritual.
What am I made ofmoney?
Money doesnt buy happiness.
Money talks.
Money is not everything
The rich gets richer and the poor get poorer.
Thats not for people like us.
And the infamous..we cant afford it.
Most statements like these that you heard when you
were young are still with you in your subconscious
mind and are running your financial life.
The story of Stephen>>Never had a problem earning
money, his challenge was keeping it.
Modeling
What were your parents or guardians like in the arena
of money when you were growing up?
Did one or both of them manage money well or did
they mismanage it?
Were they spenders or savers?
Were they investors or non-investors
Did money come easily in your family or was it a
struggle?
Cooked Ham
The story of
the woman
whose
mother cut
two ends of
the ham
Specific Incidents
What did you experience
when you were young
around money, wealth and
rich people?
These experiences are
extremely important
because they shape the
beliefs or illusions you now
live by.
Story of operating room
nurse whose father died of
heart attack during an
argument about money.

What is your money blueprint set
for?
This is the million dollar question.
What is your current money and success blueprint
subconsciously set for?
Are you set for success, mediocrity or for financial
failure?
Are you programmed for struggle or ease around
money?
Are you set for working hard for your money or being
in balance?
Are you conditioned for having a consistent or
inconsistent income?

It may appear as though the reasons for these
drastic fluctuations come from the outside world
;I got a good job and the company folded up, then
I started my own business and things were
booming but the market dried up, my next
business was doing well but my partner left etc.

Regardless of how things appear on the outside,
everything that happens in your physical reality
comes from the inside.
One of the simplest ways to tell what your personal
money and success blueprint is set for is to look at
your results. Look at the fruits that will tell you
what roots have been planted.
Look at your bank account.
Look at your income.
Look at your net worth.

Look at your consistency.
Look at whether you are a spender or a saver.
Look at your success with investments.
Look at your business success.
Look at your relationships that involve money.
Is money a struggle?
Do you work hard for your money?
Do you own a business or do you have a job?
Do you stick with one thing for a long time or do
you jump around a lot?
Fortunately or unfortunately, your personal money
and success blueprint will tend to stay with you for
the rest of your life unless you identify it and
change it.
We provide workshops and one on one
training/consultation on reconditioning yourself
for success.
The importance of Rich Thinking
Your present financial conditions are the perfect
barometer for determining your present conditioning.
Youre programmed to automatically achieve exactly
what youve got now.
If you want to become successful, you must change
your present programming which may not be set for
success and replace it with programming that is.
Awareness and consciousness: We often think we live
our lives based on choices. This is not always the case.
Most ot the time we are like robots running on
automatics, ruled by our past conditioning and old
habits.
Consciousness is observing yourself and your thought
processes so you can live from true choice in the
present rather than programming form the past.

Observe your thoughts, your beliefs, your fears, your
habits, your actions, your inactions.
Note that believes are not true or false, right or wrong.
They are merely opinions that have been passes down
from generation to generation to you.
Knowing this, you can choose to release any thought,
belief or way of life that is not supportive to your wealth
and replace it with one that is.
Discover the importance of Rich
Thinking.
Rich people have a way of thinking that is different
from poor and middle class people.
They think differently about money, wealth,
themselves, other people, and life.
We're going to examine some of the differences
between how rich people think and how poor or
middle class people think.
By doing so, you will have some alternative beliefs in
the files of your mind from which to choose.
In this way, you can catch yourself thinking as poor
people do and quickly switch over to how rich
people think.
PRACTICE THINKING RICH
Here's an opportunity to Think Rich right now. Say the
following Declaration out loud to yourself (into a
mirror is ideal):
"TO CHANGE MY OUTER WORLD, I MUST FIRST
CHANGE MY INNER WORLD.
Did you say the declaration out?
Or did you ignore the practice as being not for me?
Naturally, saying declarations alone is not sufficient to
totally replace your current programming, but it's a
valuable step.
More importantly, your willingness to embrace this
time tested and proven process is the key to your
general willingness to embrace any changes that will
help you achieve what you truly deserve--unlimited
abundance!
How the rich and the poor think.
RICH PEOPLE BELIEVE "I CREATE MY
LIFE.(financially).
Poor people believe "Life happens to me.
If you want to create wealth, it is imperative that you
believe that you are at the steering wheel of your life;
Instead of taking responsibility for what's going on in
their lives, poor people choose to play the role of
victim.
Of course, any "victim's" predominant thought process
is "poor me.
Through the law of intention that's literally what they
get; "poor," as in money, me.
How can you tell if someone is playing the victim? They
leave three obvious clues.
Clue #1: Blame
They blame the economy,
they blame their type of business,
they blame the government,
.
they blame the stock market,
they blame their employer,
they blame their employees,
or they blame their up-line or their down-line.
It's always something else or someone else.
The problem is always anything or anyone else, but
them.
Clue #2: Justify
they justify their situation by saying something like,
"Money's not really important."
If you said your husband or your wife or your
boyfriend or girlfriend or your partner or any friend
whatsoever, wasn't all that important, would they be
around for very long? Doubtful!


Clue #3: Complaining
Complaining is the absolute worst possible thing you
could do for your health or your wealth. Why?
Because there is a universal law that says, "what you
focus on expands." When you are complaining what
are you focusing on?
You are obviously focusing on what's wrong with it
and, you'll keep getting more of what's wrong
Seven day challenge: For the next seven days, I
challenge you not to complain at all. Not just out loud,
but in your head too.
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A RICH VICTIM!
Yet being a victim definitely has its rewards.
Attention. Is attention important? Absolutely, for
many people it's what they live for.
DECLARATION #1
I CREATE THE EXACT AMOUNT OF MY WEALTH!
RICH PEOPLE PLAY THE MONEY GAME TO WIN.
Poor people play the money game not to lose.
Poor people play the money game on defense rather
than offense.
Their primary concern is survival and security, not
wealth and abundance.
Rich people's big goal is to have massive wealth and
abundance.
Poor people's big goal is to have "enough to pay the
bills...
When your objective is to have enough to pay the bills,
that's exactly how much you'll get; just enough to pay
the bills and usually not a kobo more.
Middle class people go a step further ... a tiny step.
Their big goal in life is to be "comfortable."
Well, you should know that there's comfortable and
then there's rich and they are not the same.
If you go for comfortable, chances are you won't get
rich. But if you go for rich, chances are you'll be very
comfortable.
DECLARATION #2
MY GOAL IS TO CREATE EXTREME WEALTH AND
ABUNDANCE
RICH PEOPLE ARE COMMITTED TO BEING RICH
Poor people are uncommitted to being rich.
Are there reasons why it might not be so great to be
rich or go through the process of trying to get rich?



.
Let's see.
What if I make it and lose it? Then I'm really a failure.
I'll never know if people like me for myself or my money.
It's too much work.
The more I earn the higher tax rate I'll pay.
Everyone's going to want a handout.
I might lose my health trying.
My loved ones or I could be kidnapped.


Each of us has a file on wealth in our mind.
This file contains our personal beliefs that include
why being wealthy would be great.
But for many people, their file also includes
information as to why being rich might not be so
great!
These mixed messages are one of the biggest
reasons that most people never become rich.
In fact, the #1 reason most people don't get what they
want is they don't know what they want.
Rich people are totally clear they want wealth.
They are unwavering in their desire. They are fully
committed to creating wealth.
They will do "whatever it takes" to have wealth as long as
it's moral, legal and ethical.
Getting rich is not a "stroll in the park.
It takes focus, expertise, 100% effort, and "never say
die" perseverance.
You have to really commit to it, both consciously and
subconsciously.
You have to believe in your heart you can do it and you
deserve it.
If you are not fully committed to creating wealth,
chances are you won't.
DECLARATION #3:
I COMMIT TO BEING RICH!
WHERE ATTENTION GOES ENERGY FLOWS AND
RESULTS SHOW
DECLARATION #4:
I THINK BIG! I CHOOSE TO SERVE A MASSIVE
NUMBER OF PEOPLE!
RICH PEOPLE THINK BIG
Poor people think small.
RICH PEOPLE ARE BIGGER THAN THEIR
PROBLEMS
Poor people are smaller than their problems.
The "Law of Income states that "you will be paid in
direct proportion to the value you deliver according to
the market place.
In other words: How many people do you actually
serve or affect?
Who are you?
How do you want to live your life?
How do you want to play the game?
The truth is most people choose to play small.
Why?
First, fear. They're scared to death of either
failure or success.
Second is unworthiness. They feel small.
They don't feel they're good enough or
important enough to make a big difference.
It's not about you!
It's about living your mission.
It's about living true to your purpose.
It's about adding your piece of the puzzle to the world.
It's about serving others.
Most of us are so stuck in our egos that everything
revolves around "me, me and more me. It's about
adding value to other people's lives.
Getting rich is not a stroll in the park. It's a journey
that is full of obstacles, twists, and detours.
That's why most people don't take it.
They don't want the hassles, the headaches and the
responsibilities.
In short, they don't want the problems.
Therein lies one of the biggest differences between
rich people and poor people.
Poor people will do almost anything to avoid anything
that looks like it could be a problem or challenge.
The irony is that in their quest to make sure they don't
have problems, they have the biggest problem of all...
they're broke and miserable.
The secret to success is not to try to avoid or shrink
your problems; it's to grow yourself so you're bigger
than any problem.
DECLARATIONS #5:
I AM BIGGER THAN ANY PROBLEM
RICH PEOPLE FOCUS ON OPPORTUNITIES
Poor people focus on problems.
Rich people see potential growth.
Poor people see potential loss.
Rich people focus on the rewards.
Poor people focus on the risks.
Is the glass half empty or half full?
We're not merely talking about "positive thinking"
here, we're talking about a habitual way of seeing the
world.
Poor people come from fear.
Their minds are constantly scanning for what's wrong
or what could go wrong in any situation.
Their primary mindset is "What if it doesn't work?" or,
more bluntly, "It won't work."
Rich people take responsibility for creating their life
and come from the mindset, "It will work because I'll
make it work."
In the financial world, risk is directly proportionate to
reward; generally, the higher the reward, the higher
the risk.
People with rich mentalities are willing to take that
risk.
Rich people expect to succeed.
poor people expect to fail.
DECLARATIONS #6:
I SEE THE OPPORTUNITIES IN EVERYTHING
There is a universal law which states, "whatever you
focus on expands".
Focus on problems and that's all you'll get.
Focus on opportunities and you will soon discover
them everywhere you look!
Conclusion.
Remember, your wealth can only grow to the extent
that you do!
It's time to stop hiding out and start stepping out.
It's time to stop needing and start leading.
Nothing will come your way unless you take some form
of ACTION.
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