Wealth Principles

Take therefore the talent from him, and give it unto him which hath ten talents. For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath. - Matthew 25:28,29

The Why of Wealth
Why do some people become rich and most people live a life of poverty? While it's true that some people enter the world with certain advantages, it's also true that many without the advantage of a head start finish rich.

The Rich Get Richer
The fact is that people who accumulate money tend to keep accumulating it. People who don't accumulate money lose even the little bit which they have.

The Wealth Principle
The single idea that explains wealth accumulation is simple. Essentially, you create who you are and what you have by what you think about. Furthermore, whatever you meditate upon, grows in your reality. You design your world by what you choose to think about and how you choose to think about them.

Wealthy, prosperous people fill their minds with thoughts, words, and images of wealth, affluence, success, productivity and solutions, the majority of the time. These thoughts determine what things in their environment they notice. For example, when someone buys a car, they notice these cars everywhere. It's not that car sales for this make and model multiplied overnight; instead, their brain brought them to their attention.

Take Out the Trash
On the other hand, poor people think lack and scarcity on a consistent basis. They are always thinking, and complaining about how little they have and how much things cost. They attract lack because that's where there focus is.

Think Like the Wealthy
Rich people start thinking about how much they have and how much they want when they are young. They they consider what they can do to acquire the things they desire. Here's something simple to remember, if you want to become successful; find out what losers do and don't do it. If you want to be rich, find out what losers think about, and avoid thinking like that.
"For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee." - Proverbs 23:7
Instead, study wealthy people. What do they read? How do they spend their time? How do they talk? What do they do? How did they become wealthy? Then, do what they do.
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