Astrology, Numerology, Palmistry And Wealth

The immediate impetus to write this post came from watching this video today:

However, I’ve wanted to say what I do in this post for a pretty long time i.e. ever since I started noting the number of readers interested in my astrology , numerology, palmistry and other posts of a like nature and the anxious questions that are asked of me via comments and sometimes even e-mails.I fear that a lot of people are placing an excessive reliance on slavishly following fetishes and rituals to make money, rather than exercising robust common sense and improving their money making skills. Read more of this post

Just Keep Going


The Secret Of Luck


I happened to be at home during lunchtime today and caught this very interesting program on History TV18. Do watch this episode of Darren Brown’s Experiments.

If you would build a fortune,luck is very important and this program will show you how to be lucky.

Being lucky is a state of the mind,an attitude and an approach to life that pays huge dividends,So why not watch the show and then practice being lucky?

And if you are a parent how about letting your children win often and create a lucky mindset? Read more of this post

The Paradox Of Skill


Greater skill doesn’t decrease the dependence on luck, it increases it.

As skill improves luck often becomes more important in determining results.

Life Lessons From the Very Wealthy

wealthymatters.com1. Having money is better than not having money.

Money may not buy you happiness, but it buys many other important things. Like financial security, excellent health care, education, travel and a comfortable retirement.

2. Don’t become “cash rich” and “time poor.”

Devoting all one’s waking hours to making money is a problem that  especially plagues professionals. Lawyers, doctors, bankers and accountants can get so caught up in the competitive nature of their jobs that they lose touch with their family. Any semblance of a normal personal life disappears, and a very unhealthy balance between work and home  develops.

Work is the process of exchanging  time for money.If you are working so much to become rich but you ignore your spouse and miss seeing your kids grow up, you are actually poorer than you realize. Read more of this post

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