In my profession as a coach I know that to achieve something different a person must first be different and must do different things. An aspect of our life will improve when we improve ourselves, but not before then. It's always in that order.
Money is no exception to this rule. So for our economy to change, we have to "change" ourselves. This book discusses that personal change and on doing different things.
In my everyday work with people, I have realized that people very often want their circumstances to improve without first improving their way of thinking. The rule of law and order teaches us that "we are our beliefs". We cannot force external circumstances and change them into what they are not. The question that anyone should ask, sooner or later, is: Do my beliefs agree with my desires?
It is paradoxical, but the people who most need to change are precisely the ones who are most reluctant to change, the most inflexible. Perhaps they think that changing their opinions is an act of weakness. At the same time, they feel uncomfortable when they are told that their own inflexibility is what distances them from their desires.
This book recommends changes in our beliefs about money. Without an open mind, all of the answers will slip through the cracks. The Money Code holds information that is meaningful from a certain mindset - the kind of mindset which this book wishes to develop in listeners who are ready and willing to embrace it.
The Money Code provides answers to questions we've all asked ourselves about financial freedom, and yet I already know that not all of the answers here will be welcome.
very good listening and easy to understand. recomend to anyone trying to go beyond just a job!
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