The steps we talked about in the last post require very little in terms of prerequisite preparation; like wealth creation, these steps really only require the willingness to see them through. They are for all people, from all walks of life.
What You Don’t Need
“The steps do not call for any “hard labor.” They do not call for sacrifice. They do not require a person to be naïve or gullible. A person does not have to have extensive education in order to apply them successfully. But applying these six steps successfully does call for a sufficient capacity for imagination to enable a person to see, and to understand, that the accumulation of money cannot be left to chance, good fortune, and luck. It is essential to realize that every person who has accumulated great wealth first did a certain amount of dreaming, hoping, wishing, desiring, and planning before they acquired money.
Face Facts: What You Do Need
You may as well face the fact, too, that every great leader, from the dawn of civilization to now, was a dreamer. Julius Caesar and the Romans dreamt of building an empire; George Washington dreamt of a free America; the Wright brothers dreamt of flying; and Nelson Mandela dreamt of delivering his country from racial divisiveness and oppression into a free and democratic society. And, lofty as these goals must have seemed in the beginning, every one of these dreamers achieved what they set out to do and realized, within their own time, their dreams in physical reality. These men, great leaders of all-time, had the vision and imagination abundant enough to see the realities in their visions before they ever took their physical forms.
If you do not see abundant wealth in your imagination, you will never see it in your bank account.”
The Way Of The Wealthy
As so many wealth experts will tell you, wealth starts in the mind, not the wallet. It is that garden you have to cultivate first, otherwise real wealth will never materialize.
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