The Money Mindset of Celebrities

Most people would love to have the bank accounts of today's A-list celebrities. Earning millions of dollars while doing work you love sure has appeal. But before you let jealousy set in or criticize others for having money, answer this: "Why aren't more 'average' people able to emulate the success of celebrities?" No, it has nothing to do with acting talent or singing ability (you can earn millions doing virtually anything). The real reason why most people aren't earning what they want is because they don't have the correct money mindset-the mindset that many celebrities seem to have mastered.


Contrary to what you might think, at the core of this money mindset is the concept of giving. And if you think about it, this giving concept makes perfect sense. After all, when a natural disaster hits or when an organization is in need, we often hear stories of celebrities coming forward and donating money, doing performances for charity, or giving of themselves in some way. And it's no coincidence that the celebrities we hear doing the most are also the ones earning the most. These celebrities prove that the more you give, the more you get celebrities who support trump. You can easily follow their lead.


For example, Richard Branson is doing what he loves. As a child, he wanted to be a mogul. Today he is and he loves it. In my work as a life coach, I find that he is the exception to the rule. He decided up front to make his work fun and he committed to giving back. As he says, "With extreme wealth comes extreme responsibility. And the responsibility for me is to invest in creating new businesses, create jobs, employ people, and to put money aside to tackle issues where we can make a difference." For over 40 years, Branson has been creating new business ventures and has stayed on top.


George Clooney is another example of a "mogul" who knows how to give back and have fun. He has one of the most charitable hearts in Hollywood, and, alongside his current mission to stop the human rights atrocities in the Darfur region of Sudan, Clooney has been known to give generous donations to homeless people, is a supporter of Bono's poverty-fighting ONE Campaign, and is also on the Board of Trustees for the United Way.


So take a lesson from these celebrities, because when you understand the importance of giving back, it will literally change your financial life. But does this mean you have to give away every cent you earn to attract more money into your life? Of course not. It simply means you need to start looking at money and why you want it in new ways.

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