Nostalgia is a sentimentality for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations. However economically successful Individuals tend to think differently than the average person, they have an action mentality; they think about resources logically, they see friends as assets to tap into and they tend to avoid: NOSTALGIA. While average people tend to long for the good old days, rich people dream of the future and are optimistic about what is to come. The great ones know there’s a price to pay for getting successful , but if they have the mental toughness to endure temporary pain, they can reap the harvest of abundant wealth for the rest of their lives. The reality is, millionaires think differently from the middle class about resources, and there’s much to be gained by being in their presence. Perhaps even more surprising: Many millionaires are surprisingly humble and don’t view themselves as having “arrived.” Many of them believe millionaires are simply people who don’t know how to become billionaires. After all, why would someone settle for millions if they possessed the awareness to earn billions? That’s why millionaires are always attempting to gain entry into that exclusive group of people who are among the wealthiest in the world.
Notice one thought pattern of future oriented mind-sets. They don’t completely neglect the past, but they appreciate and learn from the past while living in the present and dreaming of the future. They don’t just dream they spend years tirelessly and patiently planning in order to realize their dreams.Part of this ability to avoid nostalgia and look toward an unknown future comes from their comfort with uncertainty. They’re not only willing to step outside of their comfort zone they expect to.
The average person wants to meet a millionaire to tell their friends they met a millionaire. Millionaires, on the other hand, want to associate with billionaires to learn how they think. One group is watching the game; the other is playing the game. They only question that matters: Which group is the most compatible for you?