Becoming wealthy is not a matter of how much you earn, who your parents are, or what you do.. it is a matter of managing your money properly.
Money is plentiful for those who understand the simple laws which govern its acquisition.
There are plenty of ways to get ahead. The first is so basic I’m almost embarrassed to say it: spend less than you earn.
Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. Thoughts are things! And powerful things at that, when mixed with definiteness of purpose, and burning desire, can be translated into riches.
All programming for prosperity should be built on spiritual foundations. The first step is to enter the spiritual dimension, the alpha level, and determine what your purpose in life is. Find out what you are here for, what you are supposed to do with your life.
Everybody today seems to be in such a terrible rush, anxious for greater developments and greater riches and so on, so that children have very little time for their parents. Parents have very little time for each other, and in the home begins the disruption of peace of the world.
There is no amount of money in the world that will make you comfortable if you are not comfortable with yourself.
I don’t think of myself as a poor deprived ghetto girl who made good. I think of myself as somebody who from an early age knew I was responsible for myself, and I had to make good.
The greatest good we can do for others is not just to share our riches with them, but to reveal theirs.
I did something that challenged the banking world. Conventional banks look for the rich; we look for the absolutely poor. All people are entrepreneurs, but many don’t have the opportunity to find that out.
Resolve not to be poor: whatever you have, spend less. Poverty is a great enemy to human happiness; it certainly destroys liberty, and it makes some virtues impracticable, and others extremely difficult.
Anyone who has struggled with poverty knows how extremely expensive it is to be poor.
“The real measure of someone’s’ wealth is how much you’d be worth if they lost all of it”
Donald D. Williams