By now, weâ€™ve all heard of the â€śLaw of Attractionâ€ť and its ability to attract the things into your life that you desire. Perhaps you buy into the law, but havenâ€™t put it into practice yet. Or perhaps you donâ€™t believe in it. Whatever the case, thereâ€™s no denying that people who continually worry about money create a negative force field of mental energy around them that drives money away from them, and increases their financial problems. They end up earning far less than they desire, or less than they are capable of, and are often overwhelmed by bills and debts. They reap what they sow, and in essence, they become what they think about.
Rich people, on the other hand, fill their minds with thoughts, words, pictures, and images of wealth, affluence, success, productivity, and solutions to problems in the marketplace. They read books and magazines that describe other wealthy people and illustrate the rewards of wealth creation. They think in terms of beautiful homes, cars, clothes, and vacations. They continually expect to enjoy these beautiful things as the result of their efforts.
If you want to be successful, find out how wealthy people think. Find out what they read. Find out how they spend their time. Find out what they talk about and think about and write about, and then do the same things that wealthy people do. Remember, it is up to you to sow only the seeds in your mental garden that you want to see grow in the world around you.
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