money, Personal Success

Prosperity

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Its not about the money, its about adding value and bringing something to the table.

Peter Sage

There are a lot of mixed signals in our culture about money. One fallacy is that you have to be dishonest or mean to be rich. Another is that your self-worth is linked to your income. Together, this creates a heartless, soulless society. Scary, to say the least.

Mr. Sage once said, “Chasing money is like chasing your tail, it’s never going to happen, because you have to pursue adding value, not money in and of itself.”

I believe that if you pursue something that helps others, the money will follow. We all have tools to self-empower and prosper.

We just need to add value to society with those tools.

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Prosperity”

  1. Claude Monet was broke. Courageous. brilliant, and broke. He almost froze to death studying the effects of light on snow. One of his paintings recently sold for $80 million. A matter of no consequence no him now. Can’t buy me love, so show me Monet.

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