Everybody wants to be a millionaire. Or maybe not some guys won’t settle for less than a billion. Yet, there are other guys who sing I don’t want to be a millionaire and they mean it (though actually the members of the particular pop band ARE millionaires). But for the majority of people becoming a millionaire is a dream. Well, for some of them this dream come true, while others are not so lucky. But is lack of luck the only reason why so many potential would-be millionaires miss it?
No, it is not about luck and chance. Even losers get plenty of chances but they constantly miss them. Becoming a millionaire is more about motivation and the way of thinking. If you WANT to be a millionaire, you need the right mindset. You need to have the so called millionaire mind. If you have the right attitude, desire and ambition, becoming a millionaire is not that difficult. In some sense, being a millionaire is getting devaluated because of the growing number of millionaires in the world.
It is interesting to examine how millionaires have become that rich. Let’s concentrate on self-made millionaires, not on people who inherited (and later lost) their wealth or on scam artists who manage to get rich by robbing other people. There are many successful people who have become millionaires because they knowingly or subconsciously used the Law of Attraction to earn money.
One of the qualities self-made millionaires have in common is that they believe in their ability to create their life. Another common feature is that they all want to be rich, though the reasons for this desire are various from just having money to secure abundance, to having money as a way of being independent, to having money as a means to help others. Besides, millionaires are committed to being rich. They not only think of how to increase their wealth (i.e. attract more abundance) but they manifest their desires in action to achieve their goal. And as you know, manifestation of desires and turning them into action is a basic postulate of the law of attraction.
Another technique of the law of attraction, which is employed by millionaires, is that they are optimistic. Yes, you can say that it is easy to be optimistic, when your pockets are filled with cash but you can be sure that even millionaires have their problems and most often these problems are much more serious than having to find $500 to pay one’s bills. It is the millionaire’s approach to problems that distinguishes them. Of course, it is stretching the truth to say that millionaires do not have negative thoughts and emotions like fear, envy or hatred and that these thoughts and emotions do not create negative vibes but it is certain that millionaires apply more efficiently in the practice the law of attraction.
One of the most often quoted examples of millionaires who use the law of attraction are Donald Trump and Jim Carrey. Well, maybe Donald Trump is lagging a bit in the negative emotions department but his positive thinking and the way it is manifested have brought him considerable amounts of money. Jim Carrey and his pre-fame saga are a typical example of how to be successful using the Law of Attraction.
Jim Carrey was a struggling actor, who was constantly under stress and was having lots of bad vibes. One day he had the brilliant idea to issue himself a ten million dollar check. He did it just for fun and the check was issued on an ordinary piece of paper, which he put in his pocket. He looked frequently at the piece of paper and imagined himself being an A list movie star, whose name and picture are in all newspapers and TV stations and who has millions of fanatic fans. As we all know, his dreams really came true. Fame and fortune were attracted by his constant thoughts and by their visualization. And so, Jim Carrey’s efforts and talent were awarded by the Universe.
Are you looking for a quick divorce in Miami? Then I’ll tell you what many people have probably already told you before — hire a divorce mediator. But if you have doubts about divorce mediation, this article will debunk four of the most common myths about this relatively new practice.
Myth #1 – Mediation Is Like Marriage Counseling.
I’ll say it once and for all — mediation is NOT marriage counseling. Divorce mediation operates on the assumption that you, and your spouse, WANT the divorce. And so it works towards quickly and conveniently reaching a compromise that both parties are happy with.
Your Miami divorce mediator will take your needs and expectations from the divorce, and then impartially compares them with your spouse’s. Then, taking the divorce laws of Florida into consideration, your mediator will craft a settlement that both you and your spouse will find acceptable.
Myth #2 – Mediation Is An Unnecessary Expense.
It’s a given that divorce is expensive. When done the “usual way,” you’ll have two lawyers (yours and your spouse’s) battling it out in court, with their endless debates and adversarial letters going back and forth for over a year. As your legal bills pile up, why add the cost of mediation to the mix, right?
Fortunately, that’s not how it works. Hiring a divorce mediator actually happens BEFORE you go to the courts. Couples who do so can look to save up to $12,000 or more, because they don’t need the services of their lawyers yet while the divorce mediation sessions are going on.
Myth #3 – Mediation Only Delays The Inevitable.
Sure, divorce is inevitable between you and your spouse. But hiring a divorce mediator is hardly a delay! In fact, since divorce mediation avoids the usual confrontation and endless debates, it actually saves time by helping you and your spouse reach an agreement much more quickly.
The average time required by a divorce mediator to help couples reach amicable settlements is 90 days — 15 months less than what the courts usually take to do the same! Your mediator will ensure a quick divorce in Miami by helping you and your spouse reach an agreement, drafting it up, and then forwarding it to your lawyers to be finalized with the courts.
Myth #4 – Mediation Is Discouraged By The Legal System.
Yes, some lawyers disagree with divorce mediation, and insist that the legal system is still the best venue to process divorce cases. We can’t blame them for saying so — after all, they make much of their living processing divorce cases!
But today, Miami courts actually like divorce mediation. Since they won’t have to sit through months and months of debates, they speed up the processing of other cases. What’s more, divorce mediation is also recommended by lawyers who sincerely care for the well-being of their clients and their families.
Want A Quick Divorce In Miami?
The answer is simple — find a good divorce mediator! The best ones out there have been doing it for quite a while, have good knowledge of the Florida legal system, and have a long list of satisfied clients in their portfolio.