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Millionaires: Six Things They Possess Besides Money


TechInAfrica – Being a millionaire doesn’t always mean that you have those seven-figure bank accounts, hot red sports car, or pure, unadulterated taste of opulence and lavish. In fact, most of the time, millionaires are mindset first and money second. That mindset and way of thinking isn’t at all easy to achieve; some people even took years to adapt to a millionaire’s mentality. It also took them more than action to make it happen.

So, what are the things millionaires perceive differently than the average, everyday person? Here are six defining factors you’ll want to focus on as you embark on the road to riches.

Millionaires possess unique traits and skills

And they tend to polish them everyday. Millionaires spend time conceiving new ideas and methods instead of dwelling on the day-to-day operations of their business. Reading a new book every week, sacrificing their entertainment needs for their self-growth (regarding certain topics), all while constantly expanding their points of view in tackling a particular issue.

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Millionaires are long-term thinkers

Okay—we’re not saying that people with short-term plans couldn’t be millionaires. But most of the time, millionaires plan ahead and doesn’t always seek instant gratification. This notion allows them to develop discipline, self-control, and their ability to see the bigger picture.

In other words, vision for the future is a significant contributing factor in incubating a millionaire’s way of thinking. Along with commitment, the two would correlate well in driving you to achieve your ultimate goal. Yay!

Millionaires embrace change

Meaning, they’re not afraid to step out from their knowledge and try something new. As intimidating as changes are, they also help us to create new opportunities, connect with new people, and ultimately progress further in our self-development. In doing so, we quench our insatiable curiosity, thus encouraging us to learn something new every waking second.

Furthermore, changes aren’t always for the better—but in embracing it, we’re doing a huge favor to ourselves by handling something outside of our comfort zone.

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Millionaires are extraordinarily determined

Most of the time, money isn’t the one that’s driving millionaires to push themselves further. In fact, it’s their passion or their purpose in life or even the need to redeem themselves that kept them doing what they love as their source of income.

When our passion takes the center stage of our lives, we’ll be able to overcome any hurdles and obstacles that stand in our way from getting to that finish line.

Millionaires are willing to take risks

This coincidentally correlates with the third point where millionaires are willing to embrace change and step outside their comfort zones. There’s little to no millionaires who got what they have now by simply evading risks and taking the safe route. To achieve new ways of thinking and new perspectives, one must be willing to take risks—even if one must fail sometimes.

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Millionaires never stop learning

Being a millionaire means having multiple sources of income at once—which requires us to learn new skillsets and adapt to new surroundings. Managing our wealth, keeping our connections close, these notions are also a result of intensive learning processes.

So, how can we improve ourselves in a consistent manner? For one, we can read self-improvement books, and find mentors and other successful people to support and guide us. Before you even know it, opportunities to incubate your inner self will come and that’s when you know you’re on the right track.

Summing up, millionaires never wish for luck to be on their side. Instead, they try and make their own luck by unlocking new perceptions and points of view.



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Written by Charis Chrisna

Writer, author, part-time fallacious wanderer, and an avid Hotline Miami lover.

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