Monday, April 10, 2017
The Road To Zion: How Meditation Can Help Investment
Investors are always looking for ways to improve. And, it makes sense to try and be better. When it comes to investing money, the most successful people get the healthiest returns. It’s that simple. However, it is never as simple in practice as it is in theory. Millions of wannabe investors have found that out the hard way and lost their head in the process. What they should have been doing instead is searching for their soul. These are the ways meditation can lead to a booming project.
Clears The Mind
Investing isn’t a simple procedure. There is so much remember and a hell of a lot to consider before pulling the trigger. During the process, the lines can get blurred because of the all the info and emotions. When this happens, investors tend to take irrational and illogical risks. What they should be doing is looking to clear their head. Once you have less to think about, there is a much better that you will make the right decision. Investing is about perspective, and you don’t have it if you are analysing every small detail.
The entire point of meditation is to focus on a journey that is bigger than anything else. In life, it’s so simple to only think about you and how you feel. It’s called having an ego, and every investor has one. Some have egos which are hard to handle and get in the way, and others have ones that are easier to maintain. For obvious reasons, you want the low maintenance kind. Without an ego, an investor can make decisions like hiring a property management team. Even though they are pros with years of experience, people find it tempting to go it alone. An investment is a team game, so the more the merrier.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but your ambition can get in the way of your goals. Investors and entrepreneurs often want to take on the world, which is admirable. But, taking on the world is a process. And, as Lao Tzu says, the journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. The trick isn’t let your aspirations run wild – it’s to curb them. Once you have them under control, you will benefit from a greater sense of focus. Investors that have the powers of concentration can see things which the average Joe will miss.
Lots of investment myths exist, but one thing is true: it’s stressful. Whether you own property or stocks, there will always be ups and downs. When the emotions get too much, it can seem like the world is about to fall from the sky. For the most part, that is your emotions getting the better of your brain. In reality, you know that the situation isn’t beyond repair, but you can’t see the forest for the trees. Meditation de-stresses the body and the mind and keeps emotions in check.
Calling all investors – it’s time to start meditating.