What kind of ‘success mindset’ do the ultra-rich and insanely successful people possess that magically helps them to bounce back again and again even after facing the toughest of challenges and going through the darkest of phases? Why is it that Jack Ma can fail even in securing the simplest of jobs and still become China’s richest person? How is it possible that people like Elon Musk can transcend the grand crisis he faced in 2008, just on the edge of losing both of his companies and still be able to grab the title for the richest guy in the world?
Countless other questions in the same vicinity simply convey the fact that there has to be something different about people like them, and there is. Among a variety of other things, the main root is the success mindset that’s holding the tree higher than ever. This particular mindset is the backbone of the whole structure on the basis of which they are doing whatever it is they do. If the foundations are shaky and weak then no matter how strong of a building you build over it, it is bound to collapse sooner than later.
Since the majority of people don’t consider themselves successful, it simply conveys the fact that they are either oblivious of the whole ‘success mindset’ thing one needs to adopt, or are simply delusional and think that they know all about it, when in reality they don’t shit.
Nobody talks about such imminent topics at schools, colleges, or families. They are more about ‘do this, do that, don’t do this’ and so on, instead of telling us ‘why this, why that, why not this’.