Personal Prosperity

Ian Paul Marshall —  May 11, 2010 — Leave a comment

Prosperity Is A Personal Path

prosperity“Obtaining prosperity is not about what you’re willing to do to gain it; more importantly, it is about what you are willing to give up in exchange for it.” Ching-Ning Chu, Thick Face, Black Heart

Prosperity is a personal journey. A look deep into yourself. Discovering what you want and what you’re willing to exchange to for it.

More often we think we need to do more.

More work. More struggle. More hardship.

When true prosperity is a lot simpler than that.

If you’re looking to increase your personal prosperity then look around your life and see what it is that you can give up.

Can you watch less TV?

Can you go to sleep a little earlier?

Can you complain a little less?

Make a choice to trim the fat.

Let go of the things that don’t matter and get clear on what does.

Napoleon Hill said to discover a definite purpose. A chief aim for your life, then go for it.

When you know what you’re going for then you become focused like a laser. Your energies concentrated on your goal.

We all have the right to be prosperous. Your personal prosperity is determined by the solutions your bring to the world. If you discover a problem work to solve it.

Bring your life into focus. Give up the things that no longer serve you.

They’re just wasting the little time you have anyways.

Be Inspirational!


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