If someone asked you today, “do you have any money?” your answer will probably be yes. Except for some truly desperate souls, everyone usually has some money—at least enough money for a few days of food, or rent, or for the fare.
But if someone asked you, “are you wealthy?” or “do you have wealth?” your answer will probably be “no.” And that’s even if you happen to have a six-digit yearly income.
You are not alone in this regard. Millions of people are in the same boat as you. And though you might be skeptical about this notion, bridging the gap between wealth and money is more about the mindset and perspective and less about how much you are earning.
Learning how to attract abundance and wealth starts with getting the right ideas about wealth and money.
Money vs. Wealth: Learn The Difference
It might seem cold or painfully pragmatic, but after health, sanity, family, and probably religion, money is the most important thing in everyone’s life. You need it to meet your and your family’s basic needs. Money is simply the tool or a medium of exchange to get what you want or need.
Wealth, on the other hand, covers a broader spectrum. If money is what you have to pay for things, wealth is what you have, whatever you have (except the debt, of course). That includes your possessions, hard assets like home or land, depreciating assets like cars and electronics. It also includes whatever capital and savings you have tied up in relatively “untouchable” investments (life insurance, 401K, etc.).
It’s absolutely possible to be wealthy on paper and “money-poor” at the same time. It happens when you have considerable assets but not enough money to meet your regular expenses.
If you want to learn how to attract more money and prosperity, how to become financially independent, or how to become financially independent through the accumulation of wealth, you have to stop looking at numbers in your bank accounts and start to view money, wealth, fulfillment, and happiness in a broader perspective.
How To Get a Wealthy Lifestyle?
Every person working a nine-to-five job fantasizes about being wealthy. They are stuck in a cubicle all day, doing something soul-killing which is slowly devouring their will to live. They think that by accumulating enough money and possessions, they might regain control over their lives.
Unfortunately, that’s not how I’ve seen it happen.
I’ve seen several people earning way below $100,000 a year and have a fulfilling life. And I’ve worked with clients with three times the income and not enough time to live their lives. So if you think that a wealthy lifestyle is the same as a happy and fulfilling lifestyle, think again.
But if you are still adamant about learning how to get a wealthy lifestyle, do some introspection. Think about what it means to you. Does it mean more possessions, more zeros in your bank account, a bigger home, better cars? Or does it mean more time to spend with your family, more freedom to travel, more energy to spend on your hobbies? Because if it’s the latter, what you should be trying to learn is how to get financial freedom.
There are plenty of ways to describe financial freedom. Still, a pragmatic definition would be to have enough money to live your life relatively comfortably, without being chained to a job or business. You can either have passive income, part-time work that you can take on your own terms, or an online business.
That’s a practical and achievable goal, and in my experience, a much happier and more fulfilling one compared to getting a “wealthy lifestyle.”
Reaching Your Wealth And Money Goals
Having over-reaching wealth and money goals is not ideal. It’s what forces people to work too much and too hard in pursuit of what they perceive “happiness” is, but it’s not. But on the other hand, having no wealth and money goals is equally devastating.
It keeps you from realizing your full potential and discovering your capabilities in pursuit of something meaningful. And having enough money to meet your necessities doesn’t count as a worthy goal because it’s a prerequisite to “having a life” worth living.
So you should shoot for the sweet spot in the middle. Most importantly, start with figuring out the answers to the following questions.
- What lifestyle changes you wish to achieve with more money?
- How much wealth will make you happy?
- Is wealth your source for fulfillment or a stepping stone to fulfillment?
- Do you need to make a career switch?
- Do you have strengths and skills you can potentially monetize to reach your wealth and money goals?
Answers to these questions might help you set more realistic, pragmatic, and achievable goals.
How Can Wealthy Lifestyle Blueprint Help?
I created Wealthy Lifestyle Blueprint with one goal: To help people achieve their life goals and ideal lifestyle by unleashing their full potential. I’ve found that people are unbelievably resilient, and they can achieve greatness if they learn how to think, feel, and act the right way.
And that’s what a wealthy lifestyle blueprint is all about. It’s about shaking your preconceived, socially-instilled, and wrong ideas about wealth and giving you a more pragmatic outlook. Most people don’t achieve wealth because they think it’s too ambitious a goal for them. They let their perceived limitations keep them down.
The aim of my coaching is to help you break through those limitations and start seeing your wealth and money goals in a more practical and achievable light. From the right idea to a solid plan of action, I will help you start on your journey to wealth and fulfillment.
External circumstances and a myriad of factors, including the most unpredictable of variables, i.e., luck, might have a lot of influence on how much wealth you can practically accumulate. But they DON’T influence how much fulfillment you get from whatever wealth you manage to accumulate. Also, unless you start moving in the right direction, you might only achieve a fraction of wealth and money that you have the potential to accumulate.
So don’t wait around wondering how to get a wealthy lifestyle; contact now and start learning.