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What Wealth DynamX Believes Part V – Jerry Fetta

A belief is simply an agreement. It is a subjective reality. Our beliefs generally are not factual objectively, but instead are depictions of who are and what our mindsets are. In other words, a belief says more about the individual believing it than it does about the world around that individual. My intention today is to communicate 3 more of my personal beliefs about wealth. This is part V of an VIII part series. Click here to read the previous editions.

1. No scarcity thinking. If you’re going to think, think abundantly. Period. We must think big because our dreams are big and the people in those dreams matter in a BIG way. Logically, how could scarcity thinking possibly have a positive impact? It simply cannot. Scarcity thinking means thinking in terms of fear, shortages, and lack. This is also called poverty mindset. Broke is a financial condition, but poverty is a mindset, a decision, a disease, and quite frankly, a cult. Those who choose poverty mindset over abundance mindset and willfully cling to scarcity are quarantined away from the big thinkers where they cannot infect the dreams of others.

2. No alter egos. This means to be who you really are. Don’t come into my office as a client and fake it by telling me all of the “right” answers about money and give me the white picket fence story of your retirement dreams. Those aren’t yours. You’ve been indoctrinated by others. If you had full control of your time, what would you really want to do? Be honest. If you know me, you know I am pretty unfiltered. I’m not politically correct, and I definitely share my opinion. You should do the same. I cannot help you achieve a financial dream that isn’t actually even yours.

3. NEVER back down from a target. At Wealth DynamX, we achieve targets. As your Coach, if you come play on my team as a client, I want you to know that my team wins. This means if you set a target, I expect you to do it. If you’re behind on a target that you made a personal commitment to, I expect you to do whatever is required to achieve it. If you achieve it, there are rewards. If you don’t achieve it, there are penalties. In other words, do as you say. If you don’t intend on doing something, don’t say that you will.

You current financial condition lacks this kind of culture and structure. Quite simply, you’ve been taught to “live below your means” which is scarcity thinking. You’ve been taught that “money is the root of all evil” which has made you afraid to embrace your true financial desires”. And you’ve been taught “be realistic” which has caused you to mentally quit on your targets before they have even been set. You need a Wealth Coach. Without a written plan, goals, coaching accountability, education, community, and the right tools you will never become wealthy. My coaching program, Wealth DynamX University provides exactly those things and more! If the same old stuff is not working, you need to try something new. That thing is Wealth DynamX University. Click here to enroll today.

Own Your Potential,

Jerry Fetta

Jerry Fetta believes everyone has the God-given right to own their potential. Most of us don’t because we spend 40 hours per week serving the 40 year to life sentence, trading our precious time for worthless paper called money.

We live on an economic planet and time and money do need to be exchanged. But it doesn’t need to be your time or your money. Jerry teaches his clients to secure income producing assets that make the time and money exchange for you so you can buy your freedom back and live a life of abundance and prosperity. To get there we must know how to make money, how to keep it, and how to multiply it.

Jerry provides coaching, education, accountability, and community to help you build wealth. Join the Wealth DynamX coaching program, get educated on Wealth DynamX University, and begin networking with the Wealth DynamX Mastermind Group today.

To get started, go to www.WealthDynamX.com/potential

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