Hi, this is Dr. Steve G. Jones.
If you’re feeling stressed from financial challenges, or you’re looking to grow your income and improve your situation...
...then this subliminal audio track can help you quickly adopt the habits, beliefs and mindset of millionaires.
As a clinical hypnotherapist, my job is to help my clients take on empowering beliefs that will change their lives.
To do that, I use powerful suggestions that slip under the “radar” of their conscious mind. That way, I can prime their subconscious mind with the right traits and habits.
With Subliminal Audio Technology, however, I discovered it takes even LESS time to program someone’s mind for wealth and success.
That means anyone can change their old, toxic beliefs about money and start upgrading their life IMMEDIATELY.
This audio track can help you rapidly build new mental pathways which will make it easier AND quicker to absorb “Millionaire Traits.”
As a result, you can immediately develop healthier habits that boost your self-confidence, increase motivation…
...and most of all, BOOST your ability to attract money!
Dr. Steve G. Jones
Before I became a successful clinical hypnotherapist, I had my share of struggles.
Not only was I borderline bankrupt, but also $80,000 deep in credit card debt.
Creditors were calling me left and right, asking me to pay up and threatening legal action.
Eventually, I got evicted from my apartment and ended up sleeping in my office (which I was in danger of losing at any moment, too).
To make matters worse, I was getting sick from the tremendous stress. And I learned that my so-called friends were saying unkind things about me behind my back.
This was my rock bottom moment. And looking back, it was because I had a “poor person’s brain.”
My financial state was clear proof of that I didn’t know how to create (and sustain!) long-term wealth.
But after my personal breakthrough, I managed to find a way to re-wire my mind and absorb the attitudes, habits, and beliefs of rich people.
And these crucial traits helped me get out of bankruptcy and start a brand new life!
Since then, I’ve become a well-known hypnotherapist who’s appeared on ABC, CNN, NBC, CBS and even Bravo TV’s ‘Millionaire Matchmaker.’
Before I learned how to earn my first million in under a year, my mind was poisoned by highly TOXIC beliefs about wealth…
...and about myself.
But after I flipped that switch in my brain, I cultivated new, empowering beliefs instead.
This made me I’m 100% dedicated to being rich and building my dream life. I also began to believe that I can create multiple systems to grow my wealth in a NON-LINEAR way.
And I realized that I’m a unique, brilliant individual - and have the right to be wealthy and successful just like everyone else.
And once I lived by these beliefs wholeheartedly, my life was never the same.
One of the other critical changes I made was the way I used my hours.
To be specific, I had to stop following the tired old formula that goes:
X number of hours = X amount of $$$
That’s a linear way of looking at wealth, and it was going to keep me stuck in the rat race forever.
So I worked on creating income-producing systems that would make my money work for me - instead of the opposite.
Before I got out of debt, I used to think that having truckloads of money was my endgame. I thought being wealthy meant spending as much as I wanted to.
To my surprise, ALMOST all of the millionaires that I met DIDN’T think this way.
They didn’t own a ton of cars, houses, yachts and other stuff that I assumed they needed to have.
And after I paid off my credit bills, I realized it was just the beginning.
To win the long game of getting rich, I had to put cash back into my money-making systems. Only then would I spend on other essentials.
This trait helped me grow my wealth from a meager few thousands of dollars…
...to seven-figure income in less than a year!
This is a very simple step to being wealthy that most people IGNORE.
And I realized early on that I should set objectives for myself, financially speaking.
The truth is that rich people have a SPECIFIC figure in mind right from the beginning.
It doesn’t matter if they miss the mark by a little (or a LOT). What DOES matter is that they’ve decided on an actual number - AND build a well-defined plan around it.
One of the things I also did was to figure out what was my personal definition of wealth.
So I came up with standards I needed to meet BEFORE I could call myself rich.
Some of those standards included: how much money I wanted to make (see the last trait), having an emergency fund, having enough assets (e.g. stocks, bonds, physical properties), and not worrying about bills and other basic expenses.
And once I really drilled down on these things, my wealth skyrocketed.
Since then, I’ve updated my definition of being wealthy (because my situation changed).
However, everyone should do the same and come up with their personal definition as early as NOW.
Before my breakthrough, I found it easy to think that it’s TOO LATE for me to do anything about my financial situation.
I used to tell myself, “I’ll never be NOT poor, so what’s the use of even trying?”
It felt pointless to HOPE for a better life. And that led to terrible financial decisions that caused me to lose money left and right.
But after I made a crucial mindset shift, I gave myself permission to see the silver lining again. I reignited the sparks of hope and allowed it to burn within me like before.
I realized that EVERYONE is worthy of earning money and getting rich. I shifted my focus away from feeling bad about myself; instead, I got obsessed with taking action.
Remember: no matter how bad things seem right now, all it takes is a small shift in direction.
In time, you’ll be on a completely different path from the original one you were on not long ago!
It’s very easy for someone to keep their finances out of sight and out of mind, and go on pretending that “everything will work out on their own”...
...until that is, it comes back to bite them from behind.
I was like this for the longest time. I ignored reality by not making any concrete goals about building wealth. I also didn’t create a step-by-step plan, nor a timetable.
Worst of all, I didn’t take a cold, hard look at my spending habits, how much I had in the bank, how much I owed, or my cashflow.
I simply buried my head in the sand and thought I could just keep working at my clinic even though the debt was mounting. And lucky for me, I woke up and took stock of my financial situation before I was completely ruined.
This was a key piece of the puzzle that I picked up along the way. In a nutshell, it goes like this:
Prospects X Rate of Conversions X $ Per Customer X Transactions Per Customer = $$$$$
Let’s break that down real quick...
Prospects would be the people that look at your ad (like a Google or Facebook ad), or walk into your physical store, or visit your website.
The rate of conversion would be people the actual number of people who buy something from you.
Then “$ per customer” is how much each paying customer spends on average. And the last part of the formula - transactions per customer - is how often those same customers buy from you (e.g. repeat customers).
So, I learned that focusing on and improving EVERY part of this formula increased my income exponentially!
Like I said earlier, it’s important to leverage your time as much as possible. And getting other people to help you build your business.
To avoid getting bogged down in mundane tasks that sucked up large amounts of my time, I began to outsource a lot of my work.
I saw this as an investment that put my money-making systems on auto-pilot so I could focus on the BIG picture.
I had to shell out more money than I wanted to in the beginning…
...but soon enough, I started making money even though I wasn’t actively involved in the process.
This last trait is the most important for me because it has to do with how money fits into the greater scheme of things.
What kind of purpose does money serve in your life? Are you making money just for the sake of it…
...or is there something bigger at stake?
Chances are it’s the latter for you.
And many of my wealthiest friends have a bigger mission in mind. It’s the engine that drives them forward and gives them a reason to do the things they do.
Most of the time, those reasons go beyond their own interests. They want to enhance people’s lives in some way, or fund projects that are close to their heart.
And this really makes a HUGE difference in the way they earn their money.
Doing it for other people besides yourself can be a massive motivator - and this was especially true in my case!