177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class Brief Summary:
Is it possible for a person of average intelligence and modest means to ascend to the throne of the world class? The answer is YES! Not only is it possible – it’s being done every day. This book shows you how. Some of the Mental Toughness Secrets You Will Learn: The World Class Are Coachable Champions Know Why They Are Fighting The World Class Operate From Love and Abundance School Is Never Out For The Great One’s Champions Are Interdependent The Great Ones Are Bold Champions Are Zealots For Change The Great Ones Don’t Give BackThey Just Give Champions Are Masters Of Mental Organization The Great Ones Only Negotiate Win-Win Deals Champions Seek Balance Champions Believe In Honesty The Great Ones Aren’t Afraid To Suffer.
Let’s understand 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class book in more detail:
Chapter 1: The world-class operates from the objective reality
The author says that after 20 years of his competing, coaching and working with performers from a various field he has discovered that most amateurs suffer from mild to severe delusion in relation to their efforts and competencies. in order words most people have believes which aren’t true for example many people delude that they are work hard more than their capabilities and they are very competent which actually they are not.
The author says that after working with five major levels of conscious awareness, (poverty, working, middle, upper, and world) my experience has been that performers at the middle-class levels of consciousness suffer the grandest delusions.
The Author says that Poverty level is barely surviving and living in a very harsh set of circumstances. however working class people work for hours and they
To overcome such delusion The Author says :
Make a commitment to check delusion at the door. Be honest and ask this critical thinking question: “Are my habits, actions, and behaviors congruent with the vision I have for my life?
The Author has shared few differences between Middle-level and world-class book:
- The Middle class competes – The World class competes
- The Middle Class avoids risk . . . the World Class manages risk.
- The Middle Class lives in delusion . . . the World Class lives in objective reality.
- The Middle Class loves to be comfortable . . . the World Class is comfortable being uncomfortable
- The Middle Class has a lottery mentality . . . the World Class has an abundance mentality.
- The Middle Class hungers for security . . . the World Class doesn’t believe security exists.
- The Middle Class sacrifices growth for safety . . . the World Class sacrifices safety for growth.
- The Middle Class operates out of fear and scarcity . . . the World Class operates from love and
- The Middle Class focuses on having . . . the World Class focuses on being.
- The Middle Class sees themselves as victims . . . the World Class sees themselves as responsible.
Chapter 2: World Class Wealth Begin with World Class Thinking
The author says that if you got out of this morning and went to work because you wanted to, then you are in control of money. But if you got out of bed this morning and went to work because you need to then money is in your control. Steve says “Even in the wealthiest nation in the world, 99% of the population is being controlled by money. The effect is a lack of money. The cause is thinking. Albert Einstein once said, “a problem cannot be solved at the level of consciousness in which it occurs.” Knowing this, champions raise their level of consciousness by studying how world-class creates wealth.
The author says that Middle-class people think that acquiring an education is the answer to earning money. hence they do higher studies get certificates etc but still very few academics are wealthy. While the great ones are strong advocates of higher education, they don’t believe it has much to do with acquiring money. The middle-class trades time for money. The world-class trades ideas that solve problems for money. Money flows like water from ideas. The middle class often scorns the world class out of frustration over a lack of money, yet the answer to earning more than they can spend has been in their lap their whole lives. Ideas — it’s such a simple concept that the majority misses it.
The author says poverty class talks about the past. Middle-class talks about others and the World-class talks about Ideas.
To overcome this Steve says Ask Yourself: “Ask this critical thinking question: “At what level of monetary success do I feel most comfortable? a) poverty class b) middle-class c) world class.” Where you feel most comfortable reflects your self-image, and most likely, your current status. If you want to become wealthier, begin by raising your self-image by upgrading the self-talk you use regarding money and finances. If all you do is chase more money, you are simply attacking the effect. The cause is how you think, and if you improve the cause, the effect will take care of itself.”
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