Why Thinking Bigger Might Just Change Your Life

There’s no magic formula for thinking bigger, in fact it’s almost too easy to take the easy road. In our journey towards financial freedom, we often find ourselves caught in the cycle of just getting by – paying the bills, meeting our basic needs, and perhaps saving a little for the future. But what if we dared to think bigger? What if we set our sights not just on surviving, but truly thriving? This is the transformative power of thinking bigger, a mindset shift that could change your life.

The Power of Mindset and Thinking Bigger

Our mindset plays a crucial role in shaping our reality. If we limit our thinking to just getting by, we may find that’s all we ever achieve. However, if we dare to think bigger, to envision a life of abundance and prosperity, we open ourselves up to new possibilities and opportunities.

This mindset shift was inspired by books like “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David Schwartz and “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. These books emphasize the importance of not just reading widely, but deeply. Instead of reading hundreds of books a year, focus on the best books ever written and read them multiple times to solidify their teachings.

Setting Bigger Goals

Thinking bigger means setting bigger goals. Instead of just aiming to pay your bills each month, set a specific income goal that will allow you to live the life you desire. Write this goal down, look at it every day, and burn it into your brain. This constant reminder will help alleviate financial stress and keep you focused on your larger objective.

For example, our goal was to make twenty thousand dollars a month by April 24th, 2024. This forced us to think bigger about what we needed to do to achieve this income goal. It’s not just about working more hours at your job, but finding ways to leverage your time and increase your dollar per hour.

The Importance of Specificity and a Singular Focus

When setting your goals, it’s important to be specific. Instead of saying “one day I just want to have a lot of money,” set a specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-oriented (SMART) goals. This could be a specific income goal, a business you want to start, or a level of sales you want to achieve.

Believing in your goal is just as important as setting it. Once you truly believe in your goal, your brain will start to find ways for you to achieve it. You’ll start to see opportunities you may have previously overlooked.

The Power of Consistency In Relation to Thinking Bigger

Consistency is key in achieving your bigger goals. One way to maintain consistency is to set a daily goal related to your larger objective. Whether it’s fitness-related, reading a page a day, or working on your business, mark an X on your calendar each day you achieve this goal. Your only goal after four or five days is not to break the X.


Thinking bigger can truly change your life. It forces you to set larger goals, believe in your ability to achieve them, and maintain consistency in your efforts. Remember, we often overestimate what we can do in a year and underestimate what we can do in 10 years. So dare to think bigger, believe in your goals, and take steps forward every day. You’ll be amazed at what you can achieve.

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