What good is accumulating wealth if it doesn't bring joy
The ancient Egyptians had a beautiful belief about death. When their souls got to the entrance to heaven the gods asked them two questions. Their answers determined whether they were admitted or not. The first question is, have you found joy in your life? If the answer is yes, the following question will be has your life brought joy to others? Accumulating wealth without bring joy to other people’s life means nothing, we come to this world empty handed and we shall leave empty handed too.
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My name is Paul Cardall, and I'm going to share with you two ways to create great wealth. The first is how to save money, and the second is how to create money.
Lessons Everyone Should Learn About Money & Wealth Creation
You must know how to handle the biggest of all drugs – money. Yes, it is a drug, the lack of it or its overdose can cause serious financial and emotional damage. The only way to properly handle the powerful drug of money and not get addicted is by acquiring sound financial knowledge – the understanding of how money functions.
One of the important rules of money is to spend money to get rich. The truly wealthy people know when to handsomely spend on what and when to cut down. By not spending on the right thing at the right time, you might be permanently closing the doors of your house to money.
Don’t work for money; rather, let money work for you. Nobody can become really rich and stay wealthy by working for money. If you keep working for money, you would just be doing that throughout your life.
Invest time before you invest money. Don’t just aim at being rich without any knowledge or experience about money. Learn how money has been made and lost in this world before you commit your own money.
Don’t run after money; instead, be a financial magnet which attracts money and ensures that it always sticks around with you.
If money is your problem, money cannot be the solution; simply because the problem itself can’t be its solution. Further, the problem of money is not only its scarcity – even its excess can be a problem.