As we prepare for the Attract Wealth Seminar this weekend, I’ve had a lot of conversation with folks about the mindset of wealth. Kathy pointed out an interesting Oprah show she saw quite a while ago in which movie producers gave a homeless man $100,000 to see how it would change his life. The film producer even gave him the opportunity to visit a financial advisor… for free.
This man was given a new lease on life and an opportunity to start life anew.
The money changed his life experience considerably. He got a new $32,000 truck, made new friends, he even got married. He got an apartment and stopped living on the street.
A year later, though, the money was gone. The truck was gone. His friends disappeared when the money ran out, and his wife left him.
One year later, he was back where he started… going through dumpsters to collect aluminum cans for money.
What is the difference between the homeless man who was given an opportunity to live a prosperous life and others? Why was this man unable to capitalize on his opportunity… an opportunity that could have changed his life forever? What makes the difference?
We’ll explore how mindset matters this weekend at the Attract Wealth Seminar. But what do you think?