Dr. Keith Ablow says President Donald Trump exemplifies ways of being and communicating that, if mastered by others, could greatly empower them, psychologically and interpersonally.
“We are not just witnessing a president possessed of certain political ideals; we are witnessing a president with true self-possession,” the psychiatrist and New York Times bestselling self-help author wrote for Fox Business Network.
“It would be remiss of me were I to not point out that President Trump exemplifies ways of being and communicating that, if mastered by others, could greatly empower them, psychologically and interpersonally. We are not just witnessing a president possessed of certain political ideals; we are witnessing a president with true self-possession.:
Here is a sampling of the ways that you can change your life for the better, and refine your investment techniques, by identifying with Trump’s extraordinary persona:
- Don’t let anyone tell you you’re not good enough to work toward any goal. Just don’t forget the work.
- Don’t mimic your competitors. Have the courage to be authentic.
- Let yourself be righteously angry when people take you for a weakling, a fool or a fraud.
- Assume you will encounter increasing resistance as you pursue big and worthy goals.
- Don’t be afraid to speak about things like friendship and love. Among strong people, connections of the heart are very powerful.
- After hard-fought battles, whether you win or lose, don’t assume your competitors can’t become your partners.
Ablow isn't alone in urging savvy investors and Americans to ignore any criticism of Trump's personality.
Billionaire real estate mogul and Trump adviser Richard LeFrak says Trump's management style may foster some chaos but his administration isn’t a “three ring circus,” the chairman and CEO of The LeFrak Organization told CNBC.
Trump has a firm grasp on his administration and personnel, LeFrak contends, while admitting the president "enjoys a little bit of chaos."
LeFrak and Steven Roth, chief of Vornado Realty Trust, are leading a new council to oversee the White House's proposed $1 trillion in infrastructure spending and to foster public-private development partnerships.
"I had an opportunity to visit the president a month ago. And he ran a very tight, thoughtful meeting," LeFrak said. "He was very focused."
Other respected economic voices have also urged caution about the liberal mainstream media's biased smear-campaign attacks on Trump, which have hindered full implentation of the president's plans to truly "Make America Great Again."
David Horowitz, author of the best-selling book "Big Agenda: President Trump's Plan to Save America," has told Newsmax TV that the market rally since Republican Donald Trump won the election has more room for gains as the president pushes his pro-business agenda.
“There's more upside. Starting from when he was president-elect he started this stock market boom,” he recently told “The Income Generation Show.”
“There will be corrections. There are going to be setbacks along the way like the healthcare which they hurried too fast. If you're looking over the long term of this administration I think the stock market is going to love Trump.”
“I don't think Trump's agenda is going to be stopped in its tracks. What people forget, I mean, it's all this inside-the-beltway chatter, all of it hysterical. The anti-Trump forces are truly deranged. You can't forget how he resonates with the people,” Horowitz said on "The Income Generation," which airs on Newsmax TV every Sunday at 10 am ET.
Meanwhile, veteran financial guru and former Ronald Reagan adviser Larry Kudlow is urging any impatient investors to just give Trump a chance to fully enact his strategies to reform healthcare, spark economic growth and redesign the tax system.
After all, Trump has been in office a relatively short time and has inherited a mountain of problems from the past two decades. “He's trying to fix a lot of problems that have gone unfixed in the last 20 years,” Kudlow explained to CNBC.
Trump “still wants tax reform and healthcare reform. Those are big issues for him.” the Newsmax Finance Insider said. “Give him a chance,” said Kudlow, who advised the Trump campaign on economic issues.
(Newsmax wires services contributed to this report).
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