3 Rules You Must Follow If You Want Be Wealthy
Always keep in mind that you can attract as much money as you desire by knowing that it is all in the mind. It is what you choose to think, and act upon, that produces the money you want. What you think will be, will be.
Rule #1: Feel Rich and Be Grateful
What I am about to teach you is a simple yet very powerful way of attracting wealth and prosperity in your life.
First, imagine what life would be like if you are rich. Don’t just see it. Feel it as if you’re already experiencing the luxuries and lifestyle of the rich.
Do you see yourself driving your dream car? What model and color is it? Touch the seat and feel its soft texture. Open the car radio and listen to your favorite music. Experience the joy of driving it towards your favorite place.
Maybe you could visualize a house. How many rooms does it have? Take a relaxing soak in the bath tub. Smell the food aroma coming out from the large kitchen. Play sports in your own private gym.
The important thing here is to believe that you are already rich.
Now doesn’t that feel good? By doing this exercise, you are unleashing the powers of your subconscious and directing it to give you what you’re dreaming of.
But it doesn’t end there. To make this even more effective, breathe slowly while still hanging on to this wonderful feeling of being rich, and say a small thanks to God, or to a Higher Power.
By being grateful, you are commanding the Powers of the Universe to work in your favor. You are confirming that you are graciously accepting your blessings.
Try it out. Believe and feel that you are already wealthy, and be thankful for it. You will be astounded by the results.
Rule #2: Be Generous
Many people think that rich people are selfish, that’s why they have lots of money at hand. This may be true in some cases; however, there are a lot more individuals who are wealthy because they know how to give.
When you give something from your heart without expecting anything in return, you release a powerful force that will trigger your good deed to “bounce” back to you in amazing, and sometimes unusual ways.
Whenever possible, be generous in giving to others. You will notice that what you receive, or the return, will be more than what you give. As humans, we have the tendency to reciprocate what we receive. But don’t give for the sake of expecting something in return. Give freely from your heart, and the rewards would be greater.
The act of giving can summon the spirit of joy to come into your heart. How would you feel when you’ve given something to your less fortunate neighbors? Let me tell you that nothing could brighten up a day more than hearing them express their most heartfelt gratitude and seeing their smiles extend from ear to ear.
What you give doesn’t necessarily have to be something material. It can also be time, effort, talent, service, or even an affectionate feeling.
Lastly, here’s what I consider the most important rule about giving. Keep your good deeds to yourself. Don’t announce to the whole world that you’ve donated $100,000 to your favorite charity or that you’ve helped save a child from a life-threatening disease.
If you really desire to give, do it secretly and in private.
Some people would write “anonymous” rather than their own names when they’ve made a contribution. The universe smiles upon these individuals, and they will get their just rewards in due time.
Consider this: If you are on the giving end, doesn’t it mean that you are in a better position than the recipient? Doesn’t it complement your character?
Rule #3: Don’t Be Afraid To Lose
It is said that winners are not afraid to lose, because failure is a part of the process of success. People who are afraid to fail, lose success.
Like a coin or a chip, look at both sides of the possible effects of something you want to do. Say you want to buy a house or a car. It may seem to look like you’re buying an asset. Take a look also at the other side, it might be a liability because of the additional expenses it would incur. Weigh your options.
Think rich and put your thinking into action.