Virtuity – Middle Class Mindset

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Most of us were raised in a middle class home, with a middle income, and a middle class mindset. Middle class gets you by, you had a roof over your head, food on the table, but you always knew that a better life was out there.  However, you didn’t really know what that felt like and was almost impossible to achieve. Our teachers, the people that instruct us, everybody around us that are teaching us, are also middle class mindset. For that same reason it is very difficult to break out from that mentality and become an entrepreneur that creates wealth. If you want your kids to have a better life than you did you need to break out from the chains and the mental prison from a middle class mindset. Video by Gillian Giorgio Contact Gillian at gillian.giorgio@gmail.com
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