You've probably heard the often quoted statistic about entrepreneurial businesses: "95% of all new businesses will fail in their first five years." However, what you probably don't know is that, of those businesses that last past five years, the vast majority of those will fail in the next five years after that! Why is this? Pure and simple - competition. In a world where it is easier than ever before to start a business in the US, it takes little time for a competitor to enter your field and reduce your market share.
While at the University of Canterbury studying electrical and electronic engineering, Dolf De Roos realized that engineers were not always wealthy. Dolf turned his attention to studying the rich and working out what they had in common. He discovered that what they did not have in common was age, gender, race, creed, country of origin, education, or rich parents. However, rich people invariably did have one thing in common. They either made their money through property or held wealth in property. This audio is a live recording of Dr. Dolf De Roos' Property Investor's School.
You don't have to sell your soul to be rich. Nor do you have to sacrifice your relationships in order to build wealth. You don't even have to scrimp and save! Sure, you can get wealthy that way - but it's no fun! Fabulously wealthy people have a much better strategy for having it all: money, harmonious relationships, the right connections, the right opportunities, and more. It's not so much that they do things differently; it's that they have a different psychology.
Dolf will cover everything - from what rich people think about work/life balance, economic conditions and world events, lifestyle, running a business, career success, parenting, and more. You'll soon find yourself attracting more money, more opportunities, and more time for your family than you ever dreamed was possible. And it's truly as simple as adopting the psychology of the mega-rich!
You'll learn to let go of destructive beliefs like "money is the root of all evil", "money can't buy you happiness", "rich people get wealthy at the expense of the poor", and "rich people are 'filthy rich'" - and replace them with empowering beliefs like, "money gives me choices", "I will make a ton of money, have fun doing it, and be generous with it", and more. You'll learn the critical difference between an abundance mentality and a scarcity mentality - and how to develop and apply an abundance mentality right away.