People think money brings happiness and joy, but that is not the truth. Studies have proven that a lot of billionaires actually feel unhappy and depressed. Regardless of all of their money, reputation and triumph, some of the most notable people on earth wake up missing the sense of realisation.
So, what do they do? They look for Kute Blackson, the author of coaching books and transformational teacher who helps some of the world’s richest people develop a superior attitude that is based on truth and determination.
“What most people don’t realize is that it’s even more painful when you get everything that you thought would make you happy, but then it doesn’t,” says Blackson. “It’s destructive because you put this hope and belief into the idea that cars, money and success would make you happy. When those don’t bring you happiness, you’re left with nothing.”
The best advice that Blackson gives is to build a mindset of independence and development which involves that you control the idea that you are not what you think. When you adopt this attitude, you avoid being victim of self-limiting beliefs.
“Billionaires learn to go beyond the mind,” says Blackson. “They know that just because they think something, it doesn’t mean it’s the truth. Once you understand this, you’re that much more free to live, to give, to share and to be bold in you life and not let fears hijack your dreams.”