Think Big, Dream Big, Believe Big


Think Big, Dream Big, Believe Big and Your Result Will be Big is the corner stone of success. According to Grant Cardone, anyone can get rich. “Regardless of your current economic condition, where you live, or what you do, you can become wealthy,”. The reality is, what I have created financially in my life is very simple, and that is why it will work for you,”. Getting rich starts with your mindset — with the belief that you really can accumulate wealth.


Many people say that thinking big is the key to accomplishing your biggest or most complicated goals, but it is hard to know where to start. Giving yourself some time to sit down and really think about what you want to accomplish is just the first part of thinking big.

Creating a plan that you can follow up on, and staying motivated while you tackle your goals a little at a time can help you make a big thought a reality. “The biggest mistake is   being a millionaire is impossible,”. The first thing you have to do is decide to become a millionaire or billionaire if you want.Then you must reinforce that decision, over and over.”

For any goal to be achievable, you must believe in its possibility as a realistic and doable goal. Today we can gain income from “internet sales at home, writing blogs, editing for authors, releasing a podcast and on and on.” Additional streams could also be real-estate rentals, stock market investments, side businesses, or part-time jobs such as teaching a language or driving for Lyft.

We all like to dream about being financially wealthy. For most people, though, it remains a dream and nothing more. Why is that? It starts in your mind, think big to get big. Only when you think big will your world become big. Believe in yourself, then your mind will find a way to everything. Success starts with a burning desire. This burning desire relates to a definite purpose that is meaningful to you. It also becomes an obsession that your mind is already convinced of.

The emotional area of your brain is responsible for your passion with such intensity. Think and Grow Rich” is to have a burning desire backed by   purpose, not passion. Your subconscious programming is responsible for everything you have created in your present and future life. The conscious mind will not behave in a manner that is inconsistent with how the subconscious mind operates. Your brain responds the same way to real and imagined scenarios. This means you can influence your subconscious mind through your imagination, and hence how you react and respond to your reality. Your subconscious mind is powerfully responsible for producing the majority of your life experiences. Therefore, how do you train your mind so that you can start attracting the wealth and abundance that you want?

The first step in attracting what you want is to cultivate a desire for it. More specifically, a burning desire. You have to visualize and then create a vision of your life where you have it. The desire has to be strong enough to sustain you even when things get tough.

Once you have your desire, you need to have faith in the process.

What is faith?

Faith is that which gives life, power and action to the impulse of thought.’ It transforms your ordinary thoughts into a spiritual force, which powers your communion with Infinite Intelligence. 

As such, exercising this creative faculty requires closing your mind completely to all that may dim your vision, quench your belief, or cause you to doubt. Put simply, the more rock-solid faith you have in this process, the more quickly, and powerfully you can manifest what you.

 If you want to maximize your faith, then you need to monitor your self-talk. Self-talk is the words and mental scripts that you tell yourself, whether it’s, “I struggle for money and I’ll never be wealthy” or, “I earn plenty of money with ease.” Your self-talk starts in your conscious, thinking mind; but if you repeat a certain phrase in your head enough times, it seeps into your subconscious. The subconscious is the fertile, creative aspect of your brain; and the words that it uses to describe you affect how you see yourself. By consciously shaping our self-talk, we can control what transpires in our lives.

Knowledge attracts abundance when it is organized and intelligently directed through practical plans of action. An action plan built on knowledge is necessary, but not sufficient. You also need to have faith that your plan will produce the outcome you desire. That is done by drawing on the accumulated experience of those who have already accomplished the success you desire.

Yes, we should think big but, how to start. is the question now.

The following are some steps to start the process of thinking big:


Schedule thinking time. When you are ready to consider new projects or new approaches to current goals, set aside some time, 90 minutes, two hours, whatever you can spare and use the entire time for thinking.

Using the whole time to think helps you to come up with approaches and strategies. You might not have thought of it before, because we tend to come up with one or two good ideas and think, “that’s it! I’m ready!” Forcing yourself to think longer helps, you go places your brain would not ordinarily go.

Try to do your thinking in different settings. For example, you could go for a walk or visit a new coffee shop. Being in a different setting may help your brain to identify different possibilities than you would in your usual environment.

Step outside your comfort zone. Thinking big means thinking in ways that are beyond what you normally do, so naturally you will have to step outside your comfort zone. While you are thinking about new projects or approaches, let yourself feel a little uncomfortable. If you are not a little scared of what you are coming up with, you are not thinking big enough. For example, if you have a speech project, but want to think big about it, consider giving a style of speech you are not usually comfortable with. Instead of reading directly from your paper, work from just a few bullet points and make it sound less formal. You could consider adding music or visuals to increase interest in your speech.

Work consistently. Not all the thinking and planning in the world is going to matter if you do not eventually take action to make your big goal a reality. You need to work toward your goals every single day. It does not matter how slow you work or how long it takes to see results. If you work consistently toward a goal, eventually you are going to get there. When you work on each step toward your big goal, it can help you stay consistent. Set aside a certain amount of  time each day to work. This prevents you from being sidetracked by other things and guarantees that you stay consistent.

Remember that taking action does not necessarily mean accomplishing something big every day. If one of your steps to writing a best-selling book is getting an agent, do not get down on yourself if all you contribute toward accomplishing that step in one day is researching potential agents. You have to take the first step to take the second and as long as you are taking action, it does not matter how big or small the action is.

Do not be afraid of failure. If you focus too much on all the ways you might fail, or might fall short of your initial goal, you will never be motivated to get started. Everyone fails from time to time, and it is okay. Make a list of the ways that you might fail or fall short, and accept that they are distinct possibilities as you work to accomplish your big goals. If you do fail, remember that your failure does not define you. Assess what led to your failure and start again.

Keep in mind that success is not a straight line from point A to point B. There will be challenges and setbacks along the way. Learn about some challenges you may face and consider how you will handle them. If you allow yourself to just do what is next on your to-do list, you will never find the time to think about the big picture–there will always be something that feels more urgent. Block off time on your calendar based on when you are most creative (morning, afternoon,  evening).

 Planning with purpose 

“How do I make sure I’m thinking big, when I’m always working on a lot of small things that seem to take up all my time?”.This is the question in everyone’s mind when we feel lost.

Once you have allocated time to thinking, you will likely come upon an obstacle: it is hard to sit down and say to yourself, “Okay. The best ideas often bubble up through the course of conversation, so it is valuable to find another person to think with and bounce ideas back and forth.

If you are in a management position, consider budding with someone who reports to you: teammates who do not often get the chance to strategize will be energized by the opportunity to do it with you. Through this exercise, your teammates will get a sense of ownership over the conclusions you come to together, while you will gain focus and clarity.

Unpacking your big-picture thinking into a handful of specific goals will make it that much more actionable. If you want to redesign your product, break down this ambition into more specific actions that have a finite timeline: For example, I want to complete my PhD within the next two years.

The subconscious mind is the power center of your mental activity. It has dominion over every vital function-taking place in your miraculous body and brain. The subconscious is also the part of the mind that transmutes ideas, plans, dreams, and desires into material form. When you visualize abundance, your subconscious is the part of your mind that draws on the force of Infinite Intelligence and manifests abundance for you.


The essential “secret” of Think and Grow Rich is that you are in total control of the one thing that enables you to have the life of your dreams. 

One thing is your mindset. The secret of Think and Grow Rich is that your thoughts control your mindset, which creates your reality.

“Set your mind on a definite goal and observe how quickly the world stands aside to let you pass”.


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