Those Who Control Their Emotions Never Fall Victim to Mass Hysteria or Mass Panic

 

According to my Rich Habits research data, successful people learn to control their emotions.

In fact, they get so good at controlling their emotions, it morphs into a habit.

Any because it is a habit, these successful individuals are unaffected by the emotions, the panics and the mass hysteria that sometimes infects society.

They refuse to panic, even when everyone around them is doing so.

How are they able to control their emotions and not panic?

Inside your brain is a region called the Dorsa Lateral Pre-Frontal Cortex. This brain region possesses a unique, very powerful army of billions of brain cells called Inhibatory Neurons.

These Inhibatory Neurons function as the braking system of the brain; capable of immediately shutting down any and all emotions and impulses, bursting forth from the emotional centers of the brain – the Amygdala (fear, panic, fight or flight) and the Nucleus Accumbens (impulses).

When you have the Rich Habit of controlling your emotions, you separate yourself from the masses of individuals who allow themselves to be controlled by their base emotions.

This emotional-control Rich Habit represents a huge competitive advantage – it stops you from making poor, harmful, emotion-based decisions and it allows you to make thoughtful, logical decisions.

Do you want to be like everybody else? Or do you want to live an exceptional, successful, happy and healthy life?

The choice is yours.

Don’t be part of the emotionally-driven, panicking herd. Separate yourself from them.

You do this by taking control of your emotions. Take control of your emotions, today!

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The Devil Made Me Do It!

 

An area of the brain called the Nucleus Accumbens, part of the ancient, old brain Limbic System, is responsible for most of your problems in life.

This part of the brain is why you have habits, why you cheat on your spouse or significant other, why you gamble and why you spend money during those late-night Home Shopping Network broadcasts. It’s basically the Devil that lives inside your brain, responsible for all of your bad habits and the stupid, spontaneous impulses that get you in trouble.

The good news is that while all of us have this Devil living inside our brains, we also have a very powerful Angel, ready, willing and able to crush that Devil to smithereens.

This Angel goes by the name Dorsa Lateral Pre-Frontal Cortex, part of the newest, most evolved part of the brain, known as the Cerebral Cortex.

The Dorsa Lateral Pre-Frontal Cortex is literally our Angel, Guardian and Savior.

The Dorsa Lateral derives its great powers from a unique breed of billions of brain cells called Inhibatory Neurons. These Inhibatory Neurons function as the braking system of the brain; capable of immediately shutting down any and all impulses bursting forth from the Nucleus Accumbens.

The Dorsa Lateral gives you the power to:

  • Eliminate bad habits
  • Adopt good habits
  • Pursue LT Dreams/Goals
  • Make sacrifices for the long-term, in the pursuit of those Dreams/Goals – aka Delayed Gratification.

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Why Are Habits So Hard to Break?

 

When two or more brain cells (neurons) communicate, they physically move closer to each other. This shortens the distance neurotransmitters need to travel.

If neurons keep up their communication, they eventually form a synapse, or bond.

After forming a synapse, the Basal Ganglia (Brain’s Fuel Efficiency & Habit Manager) sends up a dendrite to monitor the communications. If the communication is daily (very frequent), the Basal Ganglia will forever mark the synapse as a “Habit”.

The neurons of synapses that are marked as “Habits” are physically closer to each other than all of the other neurons that reside inside the brain. Because of this unique close bond, it is hard to break apart this band of brothers.

There are shortcuts to habit change which fool the brain into accepting a new habit, such as Chunking or Habit Stacking. I get into these shortcuts in great detail in my book, Change Your Habits Change Your Life.

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10 Reasons Most People Will Never Become Rich

 

Reason #1 Uncertain How to Become Rich

In my five-year Rich Habits Study/Research, I learned a something profound – There are 4 very specific paths to accumulating wealth:

  1. Saver/Investor Path – Save 20% or more of your income and consistently/prudently invest those savings.
  2. Big Company Climber Path – Working for a big company and climbing the ladder until you reach the upper echelons of senior executive.
  3. Virtuoso Path – Devoting an enormous amount of time and often money to becoming either a Knowledge-based Virtuoso or a Skill-based Virtuoso.
  4. Dreamer/Entrepreneur Path – Pursuing some dream that can be monetized.

Reason #2 Too Many Bad Habits

No one’s perfect, but having too many bad, destructive habits acts like an emergency brake on success. The more bad habits you have, the harder it becomes to achieve success and build wealth.

Reason #3 Unable to Handle the Pressure

Building wealth is really, really hard.

  • Hard Work – Long hours are a prerequisite for all self-made millionaires, other than the Saver/Investor millionaires. The hard work success requires, occupies most of your time and your energy.
  • Hard Emotionally – Almost the entire journey is riddled with uncertainty, up until the moment you turn the corner and success starts to happen. Overcoming the seemingly endless parade of obstacles, mistakes and pitfalls, takes a mighty emotional toll.
  • Hard on Family – The long work hours mean less family time. It’s a sacrifice every self-made millionaire, other than the Saver/Investor millionaires, makes.
  • Hard on Friendships – Because you are devoting so many hours chasing wealth, you simply don’t have enough time to devote to maintaining friendships. Friendship needs attention in order to stay strong. Without that attention, the strings that bind friendships begin to fray.
  • Hard Stress – The success journey is a long, hard climb. You have to shoulder enormous stress. For the Corporate Climbers, the stress is not only the pressures placed on you by upper management, it’s also the stress of outmaneuvering other Climbers who are trying to climb over you. For Virtuoso, the stress is in the form of the need to deliver consistent high quality products or service. For the Dreamer/Entrepreneur, the stress can be any number of things: cash flow, lack of time, obstacles, setbacks, mistakes, a deprived family, loss of investment, and so much more.

Reason #4 Risk Averse

Almost every path to building wealth comes with risk. If you are uncomfortable taking risk, the only available path for you will be the Saver/investor Path, which has the least amount of risk but also takes the longest.

Reason #5 Impatient

Building wealth takes a long time:

·        The Saver/Investor Path takes an average of 32 years

·        The Big Company Climber Path takes an average of 21 years

·        The Virtuoso Path takes an average of 20 years

·        The Dreamer/Entrepreneur Path takes an average of 12 years

Because building wealth takes so long, you must develop the habit of patience.

Reason #6 Refuse to Change

Each one of the four paths to wealth requires making certain life changes.

·        The Saver/Investor Path requires learning how to live off of 80% of your income.

·        The Big Company Climber Path requires learning and developing executive skills that help you stand out from your competition (other Climbers).

·        The Virtuoso Path requires that you continuously grow your knowledge and/or skills until you become expert in what you do.

·        The Dreamer/Entrepreneur Path requires that you learn from your mistakes and missteps so that you don’t repeat them, which costs you time and money.

Understanding which path is right for your given personality, is the first step towards building wealth. Too many people pursue a path to wealth that is inconsistent with their personality.

For example, individuals who are risk averse, but are pursuing wealth via the Dreams/Entrepreneur Path, will eventually quit when the risks they must take become too great.

Reason #7 Relationships with the Wrong People

No one, except the Saver/Investors, succeeds on their own. It takes a team, or a big herd, to become successful. Influencers are individuals who can open the right doors because they know the right people – other Influencers. Without building strong relationships with influencers, success is impossible for all millionaires, other than the Saver/Investors.

Reason #8 Unhealthy

You can’t make money sitting in a hospital bed. Daily exercise, both aerobic and anaerobic, must be part of your success journey. Because the pursuit of wealth is such hard work, stressful and emotionally draining, you must maintain optimal fitness throughout the journey. The pursuit of success requires optimal brain function. When you are struggling with poor health, it impairs brain function.

Reason #9 Negative Mindset

The wealthy in my Rich Habits Study were fanatically optimistic and positive. Positivity is a prerequisite to building wealth because positivity boosts brain performance – specifically the Pre-Frontal Cortex, your brain’s CEO.

Positivity optimizes brain performance and allows you to see solutions and opportunities. Except for the Saver/Investors, it is impossible to become rich with a negative outlook.

When you have a negative outlook, it is akin to working with only 66% of your brain.

Reason #10 Unsupportive Spouse

One common fallout for those pursuing success and wealth is divorce. You must have a very supportive spouse – someone who shares your drive to succeed and become rich. If you don’t, eventually your marriage will suffer because building wealth takes a long time.

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Why We Dream

 

My Rich Habits research has taken me down many rabbit holes. One such rabbit hole was understanding how the brain works, in order to better understand how habits can be formed, replaced or eliminated.

During sleep, the Hippocampus and Cerebral Cortex communicate with each other thousands of times during the night in an effort to find associations, in order to create memories. This is the memory formation process – how new memories are formed and stored. When the brain finds an old, related memory (existing, related association), it links the new memory to the old memory, making the new memory stick.

As a result of this back and forth process between the Hippocampus and Cerebral Cortex, the signals these two regions send to each other trip over old, existing memories.

This “tripping up process”, inadvertently lights up the neurons attached to our old, existing memories.

Because the brain thinks in pictures, when this memory formation process trips over neurons attached to old memories, we see pictures.

We call these pictures, “Dreams”.

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How Old Habits Die

 

When two or more neurons (Brain Cells) communicate with each other, a synapse is formed. A synapse is very much like a bridge, built inside the brain, connecting various neurons to each other.

If a synapse continues firing on a daily basis, and if this synapse appears to be building more and more bridges, recruiting more and more neurons into its synapse, the Basal Ganglia (Fuel Efficiency & Habit Manager of the Brain) takes notice. It will grow a dendrite up into this growing synapse area to investigate.

If, after its investigation, the Basal Ganglia determines that the synapse is not going away, it will mark it as a Habit.

Once a synapse is marked as a habit, it stays marked as a habit, forever.

However, if for some reason an individual decides to change a habit (hard to do), over time the Habit synapse will become obsolete (unused). Because the Basal Ganglia already has a dendrite monitoring the Habit synapse, when it notices that the synapse is not longer active, it will send a message to the brain’s defense/janitorial crew, Microglial Neural Cells.

Microglial Neural Cells serve two functions withing the brain:

  1. Immune System – Microglial Cells are the brain’s second line of defense against unwelcomed intruders: viruses, bacteria or parasites that somehow are able to breach the Blood-Brain Barrier (the brain’s first line of defense). These Microglial Cells will attack the intruders, killing them and then dismantling them.
  2. Janitorial Crew – Microglial Cells disassemble existing neurons that are impaired or no longer functioning. They also disconnect synapses that are no longer being used – even if the synapse had previously been marked as a Habit by the Basal Ganglia.

So, yes, habits can be broken. And if they stay broken for a long time, Microglial Cells will eventually be called into action to dismantle the bridge infrastructure the Habit Neurons created. Goodbye habit.

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If You Grew Up Poor Can You Still Become Rich?

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The short, obvious answer is yes. So many poor people have become rich, it could fill a ten volume encyclopedia set.

In fact, 41% of the self-made millionaires in my Rich Habits Study came from poverty.

So how’d they do it? What changes did they have to make to their lives which enabled them to climb out of poverty? And what can the average poor person do to break free from poverty?

Change Your Wealth Ideology

When you’re poor, your ideology about wealth is all screwed up. Most poor people are raised to hate or despise the rich. They see the rich as exploitative, greedy, selfish, evil-doers. And, unfortunately, the public school system does little to change that school of thought in their students. In fact, the public school system is engineered to foster mediocrity by focusing most of its resources in teaching students to be good employees and not good entrepreneurs.

The ideology of the rich can be summed up in one word – Positivity.

Those who become wealthy are rich in optimism. They have an upbeat, enthusiastic, can-do mindset. They are filled with hope for a better future. They see themselves as the masters of their own fate. Self-determination empowers them to alter the circumstances of their lives.

Change Your Habits

When you’re raised in poverty you are exposed to bad habits, or Poor Habits. Poor Habits are destructive habits which drag you down. They drag you down financially, emotionally and physically, via poor health. It’s not happenstance that America’s poor are the demographic with the greatest levels of obesity and poor health – bad health habits are to blame.

Change Your Inner Circle

When you’re poor, most everyone you know is poor. Your inner circle is made up of mostly poor people. Since poor people can’t help you to become rich, you need to change who you associate with. But how do you find rich people who can help pull you out of poverty?

Find prominent local, community-based non-profits and start to volunteer. Most of the people who run the boards of those non-profits are the most successful and wealthiest individuals in the community. it may take a few years to build relationships with these wealthy board members but once you gain their trust, they will open up their Rolodex to you. With one phone call they can get you or a family member a job or a better, higher-paying job.

Tools to help you build relationships with rich people –   https://richhabits.net/power-relationships-are-the-currency-of-the-wealthy/

Change Yourself

Self-improvement must become a daily habit. You must become more knowledgeable and/or more skilled. Devote one hour a day to self-improvement. If you don’t hate what you do for a living, then focus on becoming better at what you do for a living. If you hate your job, then experiment with different activities that could be monetized. When you find one you like, then on the side, during your off time, grow your knowledge and/or skill sets with respect to that activity. Eventually you’ll become proficient and can begin working in that industry.

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At Least I Tried

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There’s great risk in trying. You could fail. You could lose your life savings.

But, until you try, you will never know what you’re truly capable of. Greatness reveals itself when you are tested, when your back is up against the wall, when survival is all that matters.

For those who have tried, on your deathbed, will you regret that you went for it and failed? Or, will you think, “At least I tried.”


I was afraid when I tried

So much on the line

But I overcame my fright

And tried with all my might

If I fail, I will know

That I gave it a go

What is life, after all?

But taking a leap, knowing you could fall

When you’re old and near death

Closing in on your final breath

You can look to the sky

And say, At Least I Tried.

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Everything You Need to Know About Becoming Rich

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Since 2004, I’ve been immersed in studying what to do and what not to do in order to become wealthy and avoid poverty. Thanks to my Rich Habits Study and my ongoing Rich Habits research, I’ve learned an enormous amount about what it takes to become wealthy.

Here are the most important things I’ve learned about building wealth:

There are 4 Paths to Wealth

  1. Saver/Investor Path – Save 20% or more of your income and consistently/prudently invest those savings over many years.
  2. Big Company Climber Path – Working for a big company and climbing the ladder to become a senior executive.
  3. Virtuoso Path – Devoting an enormous amount of time, and often money, to becoming either a Knowlege-Based Virtuoso or a Skill-Based Virtuoso.
  4. Dreamer/Entrepreneur Path – Pursuing some dream that can be monetized.

Becoming Wealthy Requires Rich Habits

Rich Habits are specific good, wealth-building habits that help put success on autopilot. Without Rich Habits, or with too many Poor Habits, building wealth is impossible.

Becoming Wealthy Requires Minimizing Your Poor Habits

No one’s perfect, but having too many bad, destructive habits acts like an emergency brake on success. The more Poor Habits you have, the harder it becomes to achieve success and build wealth.

Becoming Wealthy is Really, Really Hard

  • Hard Work – Long hours are a prerequisite for all self-made millionaires, other than the Saver/Investor millionaires. The hard work success requires, occupies most of your time and your energy.
  • Hard Emotionally – Almost the entire journey is riddled with uncertainty, up until the moment you turn the corner and success starts to happen. Overcoming the seemingly endless parade of obstacles, mistakes and pitfalls, takes a mighty emotional toll.
  • Hard on Family – The long work hours mean less family time. It’s a sacrifice every self-made millionaire, other than the Saver/Investor millionaires, makes.
  • Hard on Friendships – Because you are devoting so many hours chasing wealth, you simply don’t have enough time to devote to maintaining friendships. Friendship needs attention in order to stay strong. Without that attention, the strings that bind friendships begin to fray.
  • Hard Stress – The success journey is a long, hard climb. You have to shoulder enormous stress. For the Corporate Climbers, the stress is not only the pressures placed on you by upper management, it’s also the stress of outmaneuvering other Climbers who are trying to climb over you. For Virtuoso, the stress is in the form of the need to deliver consistent, high quality products or service. For the Dreamer/Entrepreneur, the stress can be any number of things: cash flow, lack of time, obstacles, setbacks, mistakes, a deprived family, loss of investment, and so much more.

Becoming Wealthy Takes a Long Time

  • 32 years for Saver/Investor Path
  • 21 years for Big Company Climber Path
  • 20 Years for Virtuoso Path
  • 12 Years for Dreamer/Entrepreneur Path

Becoming Wealthy Requires Good Luck

Except for the Saver/Investor Path, luck is a prerequisite to success and the wealth that success creates. The millionaires in my study created a unique brand of good luck, called Opportunity Luck – through their efforts, drive and persistence, self-made millionaired create the opportunity for good luck to occur.

But Opportunity Luck can be elusive. If it doesn’t visit you, you will not become wealthy and could actually lose everything – your money, time invested, your family.

Becoming Wealthy Requires Forging Relationships With Influencers

No one, except the Saver/Investors, succeeds on their own. It takes a team, or the creation of a big herd of devotees, to become successful. Influencers are individuals who can open the right doors because they know the right people – other Influencers. Without influencers, success is impossible for all millionaires, other than the Saver/Investors.

Becoming Wealthy Requires Having a Life Plan

Having a life plan gives you clarity. It allows you to identify the goals that you must pursue and achieve in order to realize your dreams. Without clarity, you have no guiding light, no idea how to move forward, no GPS and no compass to guide you in the right direction.

Becoming Wealthy, While Married, Requires Having a Spouse Who Shares Your Dreams, Goals, Values and Habits.

One common fallout for those pursuing success and wealth is divorce. You must have a very supportive spouse – someone who shares your drive to succeed and to become rich. If you don’t, eventually your marriage will suffer because building wealth is stressful and takes a long time.

Becoming Wealthy Requires Good Health

You can’t make money sitting in a hospital bed. Daily exercise, both aerobic and anaerobic, must be part of your journey. Eating healthy, nutritious foods must become a daily habit. Because the pursuit of wealth is hard work, stressful and emotionally draining, you must maintain optimal fitness throughout the journey.

Becoming Wealthy Requires 7 – 8 Hours of Sleep Every Night

Sleep is critical to optimal brain performance and good health. Without adequate sleep, you will make bad decisions and your health will deteriorate.

Becoming Rich Requires a Positive Outlook on Life

The wealthy were fanatically optimistic and positive. Positivity is a prerequisite to building wealth because positivity boosts brain performance – specifically the Pre-Frontal Cortex, your brain’s CEO.

Positivity optimizes brain performance and allows you to see solutions and opportunities. Except for the Saver/Investors, it is impossible to become rich with a negative outlook.

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What is Money?

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When you think of wealth, what comes to mind?

Over the course of 5 years I interviewed 233 millionaires in order to better understand wealth – specifically, what it is and how it’s made.

What is inescapable, is that when ordinary people think about wealth, they automatically think about money. Any discussion about wealth, therefore, leads to a discussion about money.

So, if wealth and money are interchangeable, what then is money? 

Contrary to what you may believe, money is not merely a currency, like the dollar bill. There are three characteristics of money:

  1. Unit of Account
  2. Medium of Exchange and
  3. Store of Value

At its core, money is a token or symbol built on trust, that facilitates an exchange of one’s products or services for that token or symbol. Historically, that trust has been forged by virtue of the backing of government entities.

Enter The Bank of England

As the world population grew and trade expanded, trade, via barter, became too complicated. A better, more efficient system was needed, in order for world trade to continue to grow.

Initially, letters of credit, backed by certain financial institutions, functioned as a form of currency. But, not everyone qualified for those letters of credit.

In 1694, in order to help England build a fleet of boats as a counterweight to France’s dominance of the seas, King William III backed the creation of the Bank of England (BOE).

BOE was a privately-owned enterprise. It lent $1.2 million to the King so he could build his fleet of boats.

BOE created paper banknotes against that debt and then issued those banknotes to the public and merchants in exchange for gold, valuables, letters of credit, etc. What gave those $1.2 million in banknotes real value, was the fact that the King agreed to accept the banknotes in payment of taxes.

BOE had, in effect, been given a license to print money that was backed by England (the government/Crown). This newly created form of paper money, endorsed by the government/Crown of England, also permitted, for the first time in history, fractional-reserve banking and, with that, the dawn of modern banking was born.

Fractional-reserve banking allows a bank to hold, in reserve. a small percentage of currency to meet the demands of its depositors, who in effect, are lending their money to the bank.

For example, if Tom Corley and 1,000 other depositors deposited $1 million into Bank XYZ (lent $1 million to Bank XYZ), under the fractional-reserve system, Bank XYZ would only be required to keep, say $75,000, in currency (reserve) in order to meet the future withdrawal demands of Tom Corley or any of its other 1,000 depositors. It could then lend out $925,000 ($1 million less $75,000 held in reserve by the bank).

This system ushered in an explosion in world trade and helped fund the Industrial Revolution. It completely changed the way the world did business.

Enter Bitcoin – A New Form of Money

During the throes of the 2008 financial crisis, Bitcoin was born. That financial crisis took down the global financial system. The flow of money came to a standstill.

The libertarian cryptocurrency underground took notice. And their response to the world’s flawed centralized financial system, was Bitcoin.

Bitcoin runs over a network of computers that belong to many people, spread out across the globe, who are collectively charged with maintaining and validating its ledger of accounts.

No government, no banks, no financial institutions, no middlemen. Just like-minded people with computers, Gorrilla-glued together with a common purpose – to create a financial system that was independent and decentralized.

The mechanism for validating that ledger is something called Blockchain.

Blockchain is encrypted software, or an algorithm. Thousands of individual computer systems must all validate each transaction that occurs on the Bitcoin Blockchain ledger. Because that validation process is foolproof, meaning always 100% accurate, it has slowly built trust for those who use it.

This trust in Bitcoin represents a counterweight to the need for traditional currencies backed or guaranteed by a government entity and run by a complex labyrinth of financial partners that, together, represent the global financial system.

Slowly, Bitcoin has become a new token or symbol built on trust to facilitate an exchange of one’s products or services for that token or symbol.

In other words, Bitcoin has become a form or currency, or, if you like, money.

If that trust continues to grow, so too will Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies using Blockchain’s trust-building algorithm.

And, if that happens, the world’s financial system, as we know it, will drastically change. Money, will no longer be the sole province of individual governments and the centralized financial system supporting it.

Bitcoin is changing our perception of money because it is changing the very nature of money.

It may be the most important technological advancement since the birth of the Internet. If Bitcoin, or some other cryptocurrency is embraced by the citizens of the world, it could force governments to intervene in order to preserve the current government-backed financial system.

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Full Disclosure – Thank you Paul Vigna and Michael Casey for writing your amazing book on Cryptocurrency. I found it invaluable and very informative, particularly for this article. Here’s a link to the book: The Age of Cryptocurrency

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