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Don’t envy what others have



 

We all work out how much we are prepared to put into this business of becoming wealthy. we all set our own limits ad know what we prepared to do or not to do. So, what is the point in envying what anyone else has?


Of Course, you can cast an envious glance at the easy three -Lottery, Inherited, married or divorced into- we all do. Envying them is pointless. Learning from them is invaluable.

And learning from wealthy is the greatest gift they can give us. Ideally you need a money mentor. Who will give you the odd tip, tuck you under their wing, set you on the right path. And refuse to lend you any money of course. Not that you would ask.


If I come across extremely rich, I immediately try to work out how they did it and if that route would suit me. What bits of information could I glean to help me get to that position, bearing in mind I only want to do it right -legally ad enjoyable?


90% of getting these rules right is to approach getting wealthy as sympathetic magic -do as they do, and you will end up as them.


I have many money mentors and I hang on to his every word when it comes to money as he’s loving on the interest on his money- and that’s the place I’m heading for.

Use other people as a source of inspiration. Don’t envy what others have…


Parag Nesarikar


 

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Exercise:

  1. Do you envy in Life?

  2. What is your Experience?

  3. Do people around you envy you?

  4. Write 10 names who envy you & write why-

  5. Write 10 names with whom you envy & Write Why-

 

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