Here are the 3 Golden Rules to fulfilling greater and more satisfying wealth:

1. Believe that you can be Wealthy

Most people refuse to believe this one. And you’re on the journey to nip it out of your system once and for all.  Truth is, you may express your desire of money but check in deep within – do you really believe that you deserve to have money? Or do you have doubts. These doubts hamper the process of wealth creation like none other.  Your participation and immersion in this program is testament you are ready to believe!

2. Monitor your Earning and Expenditure Ratio

The effort you put into gathering your financial documents is everything at this point! Everything! Here’s the rub – it is extremely important to keep your expenditure less than your earnings. This is another rule that is so often broken. But before you mutter a “Ya But”, just look at your credit card statement. In fact, the world is seeing a recessionary phase right now because people chose to spend more than they earned. Ask yourself this hard question: “Do you chose to buy what you can not afford to pay for, with the money you may not have? “Ask yourself every single moment as you step out into the world of retail. This trend is often blamed on excessive consumerism. But, if you observe it truthfully, it is just a matter of self-discipline. Do you want peace, freedom, joy, better relationships, harmony, love? These are your values. Reduce the urge to spend before you earn and you will have diverted immense disturbance in the world! You can do it! This simple key will change so much!

3. Understand Money Language

Do you appreciate yourself?  Ha! Did you notice that the word appreciate is a financial term?  And did you notice that the word term is a financial word as well?  Money is energy and money needs to be understood. Most people never understand the basics of money and then they wonder why it keeps its distance. Financial language is different. Even if you are not a student of finance or economics knowing some simple terms like net worth, assets, liabilities, investment, liquidity, bearish and bullish markets, simple and compound interests, and a few more you’ll come to appreciate (ha!) is a good idea. Remember, money is used by all, so it is important to know how it operates. Only when you know the language of money you can know and understand what it says to you.



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