The Middle Class Bubble

Most of us are born into either the middle class or lower-middle class group of society. As a result, we adopt certain habits and dispositions that reflect both our upbringing and the philosophy of our parents.

These are beliefs and ideas that are firmly ingrained.

This is why most people never make class switches throughout their lifetime. In the vast majority of instances, people who are raised at a certain economic level never leave that level.

The Middle Class Bubble

The Middle Class Bubble

This is a realization that’s really made me think. It’s evoked a curiosity that’s helped me develop a term which I refer to as the “middle class bubble.”

In a capitalistic society, one has the ability and opportunity to earn for themselves whatever amount of income they desire. Nevertheless, most of the population never attains significant wealth or prosperity in relation to their potential.

All of this is deeply rooted in thought and philosophy.

Superior intelligence, though commonly regarded as the most important trait for making money, really has little to do with it.

An individual of average intelligence, who understands the elements necessary for making money, has a distinct advantage over an individual with superior intelligence who doesn’t understand these elements. It’s a mindset thing. Wealth is achieved from behaviors exercised in accordance with certain beliefs. It has little to do with intelligence alone.

What I refer to as the “middle class bubble,” therefore, is really just a set of beliefs.

The middle class has a certain way of looking at things that keeps them where they are. The same can be said of the lower-middle class, the working poor and even the rich and upper class.

Having been raised in a middle class atmosphere myself; I know first-hand how hard it can be to shake these accepted beliefs.

The desire to act like an average person will always be present.

The middle class looks for excuses, alibis and reasons for why they aren’t rich. They blame the government, their job and society in general. Rich people get busy. They accept responsibility for both success and failure, and they don’t take no for an answer. They understand that all wealth flows from behaviors and actions, actions taken as a result of thought.

This is why people with abundance mentalities break through and see success. While most people are contained within the “middle class bubble,” a select few burst out.

It’s all just a matter of thought and behavior.

If you aren’t where you want to be right now, then it’s simply because your level of thought is not at a level that’s necessary to succeed.

One way or another, your behavior will reflect this.

If you’re making great strides in your business and your life, then examine how you’ve changed. Examine how your thinking differs now from when you started.

Likewise, if you’re struggling at the moment, then examine why you’re struggling. What is your philosophy for generating wealth? What type of behavior is this philosophy producing?

For further study in this regard, I want to recommend a truly awesome book! This is a book which I bought just a few short weeks ago, and it’s completely transformed my own thinking when it comes to making money.

It’s called “How Rich People Think” by Steve Siebold.

You can get it on Amazon for a fairly decent price… SEE HERE

That’s all for now!

Yours in Financial Freedom,

Alex Levandoski

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