Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker
Rich people are willing to promote themselves and their value.
Poor people think negatively about selling and promotion.
“The critical point here isn't whether you like to promote or not, it is why you're promoting. It boils down to your beliefs. Do you really believe in your value? Do you really believe in the product or service you're offering? Do you really believe that what you have will be of benefit to whomever you're promoting it to?
If you believe in your value, how could it possibly be appropriate to hide it from people who need it? Suppose you had a cure for arthritis, and you met someone who was suffering and in pain with the disease. Would you hide it from him or her? Would you wait for that person to read your mind or guess that you have a product that could help? What would you think of someone who didn't offer suffering people their opportunity because they were too shy, too afraid, or too cool to promote?
More often than not, people who have a problem with promotion don't fully believe in their product or don't fully believe in themselves. Consequently, it's difficult for them to imagine that other people believe so strongly in their value that they want to share it with everyone who comes their way in any way they can. If you believe that what you have to offer can truly assist people, it's your duty to let as many people as possible know about it. In this way, you not only help people, you get rich!
ACTION STEP FOR TODAY:
Take a moment today and assess whether your belief in your product, company or service is holding you back or if it is your belief in yourself?
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Quotes from: T. Harv Eker, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind (New York: Harper Collins, 2005), page 101-105.