Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Be Accountable for Everything In Your Life

There once was a man who hired a programmer to do some coding for him. The coder did a horrible job, but the man did not realize it until tons of complaints from his customers. Rather than blame the coder, he apologized to his customers and took the full blame for HIRING the bad programmer. He replaced the programmer, had the software bugs fixed, and everyone was happy.

Notice the difference? The RICH admit their mistakes and take personal responsibility for their business. Not so the poor - they would rather blame someone else.

Rich people believe that they create their lives. Poor people believe that life happens to them. If you want to be wealthy, you must believe that you're the one causing your success, mediocrity, or struggle.

- from T. Harv Eker's Secrets of the Millionaire Mind cards

Brad Pollina
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