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“Within the child lies the fate of the future." - Maria Montessori
A child’s mind may be likened to a large cup. His/her 360 will absorb absolutely everything just like a sponge with no conscious thought whatsoever as it is not fully developed.
This is the moment of decisive action.
Do you want your child to grow up with fear, insecurity, lack, and limitation etc.?
You clearly know what you want.
You want a child that will grow up to be a fulfilled, possibility thinking, can do attitude, 400,000,000,000,000 to 1 get out of my way unstoppable, creative, energetic, caring and giving human being.
Invest heavily in the nurturing thoughts, feelings, and actions that encircle this fragile and formative being.
The moment that this little being plops out of the mother’s womb, you become the first teacher in its life.
Teach this child to embrace change.
Embracing change at full throttle catapults amazing and astounding results.
Nobody really wants change.
It’s uncomfortable and unfamiliar.
Unfortunately, when change is not embraced we instantly move into a disintegration mode going nowhere fast!
Nothing stands still.
Change is inevitable but personal growth is optional.
These first lessons are crucial and life lasting.
What are they?
Our human personality is designed to manifest whatever is impressed into our glorious mind, good, bad, or indifferent.
That little child is a walking supercomputer greater that any machine that has been or not yet invented.
No machine ever can even begin to touch the magnitude and power of the human mind.
Our parents, grand parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and everyone else in our early life did the best that they could do with what they had at the time. We love them and respect them for what they attempted to instill in our fragile minds as children.
However, most of the thinking and discussion around our early life was middle class thinking.
The following was created by Steve Siebold and is included in his book, 177 Mental Toughness Secrets Of The World Class.
Steve Siebold’s book, 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class provides this awesome distinction between the middle-class and world-class thinking.
This book is available at
The following is an excerpt.
"The Middle Class competes … The World Class creates
The Middle Class avoids risk … The World Class manages risk
The Middle Class lives in delusion … The World Class lives in objective reality
The Middle Class loves to be comfortable … The World Class is comfortable being uncomfortable
The Middle Class has a lottery mentality … The World Class has an abundance mentality
The Middle Class hungers for security … The World Class doesn't believe security exists
The Middle Class sacrifices growth for safety … The World Class sacrifices safety for growth
The Middle Class operates from fear and scarcity … The World Class operates from love and abundance
The Middle Class sees themselves as victims … The World Class sees themselves as responsible
The Middle Class slows down … The World Class calms down"
This book is an invaluable tool that will pay you dividends for years to come.
Therefore, in order to shift towards this world class thinking, we need to upgrade our belief.
Our personal belief was not created by us but rather passed on to us by our caregivers.
Actions are always stronger than words.
What you say, do or think around these infants is impressed upon their impressionable minds.
Our future lies within every, single child.
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