Category Archives: Wealthy Mindset

How to Start A Blog That Makes Money

Are you wondering How To Start A Blog That Makes Money? Or maybe you have questions about it. I’m glad you’re here! In this post, I’ll show you exactly how to create your own blog, no technical experience required. (It’s easier and faster than you think.) Plus, I’ll will answer some frequently asked questions along the way. This is the site I wish I had when I started blogging almost 14 years ago. I created my first blog in 2004 with zero computer experience. It took me […]

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Being Afraid to Ask for Money

Have you ever had to ask someone to return a tool or other borrowed item? For most of us, it can be an uncomfortable situation – especially if you’ve already asked for it several times. Asking for money from a client or customer can also be uncomfortable, even though you’re providing valuable information. This is especially true for new entrepreneurs who may be unsure of the real value of the information they’re providing. The consequences include giving your information away for free – or at a highly […]

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Adopting a Low Risk Wealth Mindset

When you strive to develop a low risk wealth mindset, you’re setting yourself up to build wealth rather than having it disappear with no clue where it went. That means impulse shopping is a thing of the past and you should analyze every purchase you make – even the small things. Both personal and business spending should be limited to what you need. Jumping at every shiny new object like a new pair of shoes you don’t need or software and plugins that aren’t beneficial to your […]

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Cultivating an Abundant Money Mindset

Could your mindset be keeping you from financial success? A defeated or negative mindset keeps many from even trying to become successful and derails others who get so far and then give up or become discouraged. You have to recognize the negative mindset you may have unwittingly developed over the years. It involves negative thoughts and actions that make you feel unworthy of getting paid and praised for what you do. Some people may be satisfied with just getting by. If they have enough money to pay […]

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