James Malinchak Shows Speakers How to Overcome the Myths About Money So They Can Create a Better Business
LAS VEGAS, July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Business keynote speaker James Malinchak warns speakers, coaches, consultants, entrepreneurs and small business owners they might be sabotaging themselves because they have misguided beliefs about money.
"If you look back over your life and messages about money, I am sure you will say you heard your things like, 'Money does not grow on trees.' People must overcome these financial myths that hold them back from achieving the financial success they desire," said James Malinchak who also teaches aspiring speakers how to build a speaking business.
"For example you were likely taught that 'money is bad.' However, money itself is not bad. If you are able to contribute to a foundation or charity or your church, can you honestly say that money is bad?" he said.
"Money is good as it provides care for others in need. If you make money, keep a roof over your family's heads and provide healthy meals for your kids, is the money bad? No. Money is good for your family as it keeps them warm and dry and free from hunger," he said. "Money is only bad when people use the money to do bad things. Money is good because it allows you to give back, help others, and make a difference in the world."
To overcome the "money is bad myth," you have to change your thinking and change your vocabulary.
"You have to believe and verbalize that money is good and that money will be positive in your life and that you can help others," he said.
"Yet another money myth is 'working smart.' Instead, you have to work right. When you work right with the help of a mentor, you can become more efficient and effective to create more wealth," he said.
"Another myth is 'If you work hard, then you will be wealthy.' This is not true. I saw my dad work so hard, putting in long hours in the steel mill day after day. Guess what? The money did not follow. Sure he made a decent living, however, not a lucrative living. He certainly was not paid what he deserved for the amount of time and physical labor he provided. Working hard is not good enough," he said.
"Changing your beliefs about only a few of these money myths can make a difference in your life," he added.
To learn how to create a better business, go to www.Malinchak.com
About James Malinchak
James Malinchak has delivered more than 2,200 motivational presentations for events worldwide, and was named Consummate Speaker of the Year by Sharing Ideas professional speakers' magazine. He has appeared in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and several hundred other publications.
He began his sales career right out of college as a stockbroker with a major Wall Street Investment Firm and was awarded Most Outstanding Performance (twice) and #1 in New Account Openings (twice).
Currently, he owns three businesses, has authored 16 books, and has read and researched over 2,500 books on personal and professional development.
He is a Contributing Author to, and serves as Associate Editor for the #1 New York Times Best-selling book series "Chicken Soup for the Soul®", with his own personal stories published in "Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul," "Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul" and "Chicken Soup for the Prisoner's Soul." James is the Co-author of the Best-Selling book "Chicken Soup for the College Soul."
He mixes enthusiasm and humor with motivational stories to deliver a high content message that will has audiences laughing, learning and inspired.
Giving back is a big part of Malinchak's life and he has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for various organizations and has donated thousands of dollars of his own money to help others. Especially dear to his heart is helping kids create a successful future by developing the belief in themselves that they can overcome challenges and achieve their dreams and goals.
He was named one of the "Top 40 Business People Under the Age of 40 in Las Vegas."
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