U Millionaire - Rich's Selfies
by: Freedom apps • 60
You can visualize your way to wealth! Great athletes, famous actors, and successful entrepreneurs use visualization to achieve the results they want because it works.
- Take a picture or select it from your gallery
- Select the millionaire lifestyle image that fits your dreams
- Share the pictures with your friends.
- Keep them on your phone or print them for good luck!
The first step to becoming a millionaire, surrounded by riches, gold, glitter and bling, is to visualize yourself and think as one. Seeing your clear objective will help you get there, by reminding you of your financial mistakes and helping you focus on effective strategies to achieve the rich lifestyle you wish for.
This application will help you achieve just that, plus you'll have plenty of fun sharing your funny face pictures and fantasizing with your friends. The resulting photos are not perfect, some may be even funny and exaggerated on purpose, but it doesn't matter as long as you believe in yourself!
See yourself living the rich lifestyle you deserve! Try U Millionaire today!
"If you don’t own the goal and it doesn’t come from your dream, then you won’t have the toughness to persevere when the going gets tough."
"The size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire; the size of your dream; and how you handle disappointment along the way."
The Wall Street Journal "Can You Get Rich by Visualizing Yourself Rich?"
The Globe and Mail "Put yourself in a wealthy mindset"
Developing the right mindset is mandatory for building wealth. Jack Canfield, creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, says the most important step we can take in pursuing riches is to make the decision that we want to be rich.
After making this decision, he suggests we close our eyes every day just before we get up and every night when we go to bed and visualize the rich lifestyle we want to lead. This technique is said to program our unconscious mind to find solutions to our financial problems and allow us to better see resources, people, and events that will help us reach our goal. Great athletes, famous actors, and successful entrepreneurs use visualization to achieve the results they want because it works.
Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx and the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world, according to a recent issue of Forbes Magazine, says she is very big into visualization. In Jean Chatzky’s personal finance book, The Difference, Ms. Blakely says, “I believe you can take mental snapshots of your future and what success looks like to you. If you mentally see yourself in a scenario, you’ll start to make decisions in your life that get you there.”
Napoleon Hill’s classic Think and Grow Rich, lays out a step-by-step approach to pairing visualization with action that millions have set out to follow. First, fix in your mind the exact amount of money you desire and be clear about when you expect to receive this amount. Jim Carrey famously tried this technique in 1990 when he wrote himself a mock cheque for $10-million for “acting services rendered” and post-dated it for 1995. He gave himself five years to become one of the most successful working actors. Mr. Hill also advises you determine exactly what you intend to give in return for the money you desire. What action steps will you take to reach your desired goal? Then, ready or not, begin.
A visual blueprint to match your goals is a powerful motivation. These representations of our aspirations help to prevent detours along our financial track, according to Farnoosh Torabi, author of Psych Yourself Rich. Building real wealth takes commitment, motivation, and most importantly action, but visualization is clearly an important part of the process. If it’s an integral technique for the success of Olympic athletes, famous movie stars, and self-made billionaire entrepreneurs, it should be an integral wealth building technique for you as well.