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    How The Rich Think Differently–Adopting A Prosperity Mindset To Achieve Wealth

     
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    Personal development company Mind Movies announced today that co-founder and Law of Attraction expert Natalie Ledwell will offer a free workshop on achieving greater financial abundance - “Abundant Results.” During the live training, Ledwell will share the secret of why success seems to happen easily for some, while others continually struggle. She will provide tips for increasing cash flow, as well as four essential strategies for obtaining a successful, wealthy mindset. Participants will be taken through an exercise that determines their specific abundance score, so they can then use the information to help them attract more money and prosperity into their life. Ledwell will also demonstrate a visualization exercise that has been used by Oprah Winfrey, Richard Branson, Will Smith, Wayne Dyer & Michael Phelps to manifest their greatest dreams and desires. A live Q & A session will also be provided at the end of the workshop. Ledwell believes that how an individual feels about abundance directly affects how much money they make. And that a person’s belief system is most likely the main culprit holding them back from reaching ultimate success. According to Ledwell, “The truth is that most people don't realize how many negative subconscious beliefs they actually have around money and wealth.” She adds, “The key to becoming rich starts with adopting a wealthy mindset." According to a recent article in Business Insider, how wealthy individuals view money greatly differs from the rest of the population. Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think,” spent three decades interviewing millionaires to determine why they were so successful. Siebold says, that many individuals think money is the root of all evil and will subconsciously tell themselves that it is wrong to become rich or that it is a matter of luck. On the other hand, “[The rich] see money as the great liberator and, with enough of it, they are able to purchase financial peace of mind." These key differences in mindset eventually determine an individual's level of success. During the live training, Ledwell will help attendees to identify their current mindset towards money and will then provide tools, tips and strategies to help alter their attitude to attract more wealth. Ledwell states, “Without a prosperity based consciousness, it is extremely difficult to create lasting, positive change in wealth and finances. Once an individual has the right mindset, success becomes easy." For more information or to register for the live “Abundant Results” workshop, visit: http://www.mindmovies.com/loatraining/registration.php Seats are limited. About Natalie Ledwell: Natalie Ledwell is a Law of Attraction evangelist, who is fulfilling her mission to positively impact the lives of people every day. Ledwell and her partners co-founded Mind Movies, first launching the digital vision board creation tool Mind Movies and later, Mind Movies Matrix and other online courses and coaching programs. She is the author of the book “Never in Your Wildest Dreams”, which utilizes cutting edge multi-media functions to help readers bring the full power of the Law of Attraction into their lives. About Mind Movies: Founded in 2008, Mind Movie’s mission is to help empower people from all over the world to visualize their goals and manifest their greatest dreams and desires. Mind Movies has touched the lives of over 1.3 million people around the world and is headquartered in downtown San Diego, California.

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