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How to Develop Millionaire Memory

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How to Develop Millionaire Memory

How to Have Millionaire Memory

Do you know how millionaires can lose millions of dollars and then quickly get it back?

I call it Millionaire Memory.

It’s a lot like muscle memory.

A violinist can learn dozens of pages of music by teaching the fingers all the steps in order. The muscles learn the movements in order and can do them repeatedly with perfection after much practice.

A dancer learns to perform perfectly in the same way. They teach their muscles to move from one position to another in a specific order and the muscles remember where to go.

Athletes of all kinds use muscle memory to perform successfully in their competitions.

Some people call this “motor learning” or “procedural memory”.

Being a millionaire is much the same.

People born into wealth may not have the advantage of learning the procedure for getting wealthy and often struggle when their wealth disappears.

That’s where the self-make millionaire has the advantage.

They learn how to make their first million and even if that fails, they know they can do it again.

They have a procedural memory for how it is done.

Donald Trump, like him or not, is a great example of this. He has been bankrupt three times and has paid back millions of dollars of debt to be in the billionaire class where he is now.

If you look at his history, he follows the same pattern to make money each time. He has a procedural memory to make money and lots of it.

He’s in pretty good company with people who have lost it all but gained it back, George Foreman, Bill Bartman, Kim Basinger, Cyndi Lauper, MC Hammer, Francis Ford Coppola, Larry King, Nicolas Cage, Floyd Mayweather and many others.

Their reasons for losing the money is another story but the thing to note is that they all came back and regained wealth. They have MILLIONAIRE MEMORY.

How to do you get it?

Find somebody who is successful and do what they do. Musicians, artists, actors, athletes, dancers and yes, millionaires all have a coach or someone who taught them what to do. They follow the ones who were successful in the endeavor they pursue.

Keep doing what they do until you develop the procedural memory to do the same.

That’s it.

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Anita Hales

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9 Comments

  • Anita Hales

    February 10, 2016 at 11:19 am

    Great post, thanks!

      Anita Hales

      February 11, 2016 at 3:37 pm

      Thanks Erin.

  • Anita Hales

    February 10, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Hi Anita,

    Thanks for sharing this to us, great content here. I play the guitar and I know exactly what you said, after doing it over and over the fingers move by themself, I don’t even need to see anything because my hands move and play even without me trying to.

    Now I see things different than before, thanks for your experience Anita, have a good day.

    Regards,
    Nicolas.

    Anita Hales

    February 10, 2016 at 5:28 pm

    Love this! Very helpful post!

      Anita Hales

      February 11, 2016 at 3:37 pm

      Thanks April. I’m glad you found it helpful. Let me know what other topics you’d like to hear about.

    Anita Hales

    February 10, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Great tips I especially love this one, find somebody who is successful and do what they do

      Anita Hales

      February 11, 2016 at 3:36 pm

      Thanks Lynette. We all need mentors.

    Anita Hales

    February 11, 2016 at 12:12 am

    Hi Anita. What a really interesting post. Many hanks for sharing this.

    Right now it looks like I needd to do a lot of work on my “money muscle memory” – well at least on the procedural memory bit anyway.

    I’ll go looking for great examples and get started workng on my muscle memory asap.

    Shared your post for you as well.

    Best wishes from a remote Thai village marketer

    Peter

      Anita Hales

      February 11, 2016 at 3:36 pm

      Thanks for your kind words and for the share.

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