By Damon Cameron Jr
Do you have negative thoughts, habits, or beliefs? Every human being has been socially conditioned and programmed with thoughts, habits, and beliefs that their subconscious mind has downloaded from other people. 80% of the average person’s daily thoughts are negative, disempowering, and self-sabotaging. If you want to achieve financial independence, you must adopt a winning philosophy. In this article, we will discuss three ways to build an investor mindset.
1. Set Goals
Do you know where you are on your financial independence journey? Goal setting is key to taking yourself from where you are to where you want to be. Write your goals for the next 5 years and work backward. Where will you be? How many assets will you control? How much passive income will you earn every single month? Create a goal sheet for each year leading up to your 5-year goals and set deadlines to hold yourself accountable.
Write your goals in your journal every day to start your daily entry. Handwritten journaling has several benefits including memory, clarity, organization, and stress relief. The journey to financial independence can be stressful and time consuming. Journaling will allow you to release some stress and plan for your next steps.
Did you know the average person reads one book a year after high school graduation? Many experienced investors are continuous learners through self-education. If you want to become a successful investor it is important that you build the habit of self education through books on topics including mindset, real estate, personal development, business, and human relationships. Read thirty minutes a day to continue to feed your mind with knowledge and build an investor mindset!
What You Can Do Now to Build Your Investor Mindset
Start a daily routine that includes these three critical practices. If you do so, you will build your investor mindset which will lead you down the path to early financial independence!