Thursday, June 4, 2015

"You Were Born Rich"


With so many financial demands in your life, you naturally are apt to throw up your arms in frustration. “What’s the use? I can’t seem to get ahead.”  Don’t give up too soon.  Maybe there’s a solution you haven’t discovered to your financial circumstances.  Your thoughts and ideas are the ingredients to create the wealth you dream of having. You will continue to receive the same results if you continue to stay focused on the things you do not have.

“You were born rich” may be a difficult concept for people to believe simply because they look at their present world in disbelief and see only the impossible.  Bob Proctor wrote the book, You Were Born Rich, for people like you and I.  The problem we have is in how we think.

In this book, an encouraging message from Earl Nightingale makes us take note of our attitude. “Now, right here we come to a rather strange fact.  We tend to minimize the things we can do, the goals we can reach, and yet, for some equally strange reason, we think others can do things that we cannot. I want you to know that that is not true.  You do have deep reservoirs of talent and ability within you and you can have the things you want.”   After reading this, I believe we hold back because we have reservations about our talents and abilities.  Perhaps our talents and abilities have been buried for so long that we forget about them. That’s another hurdle to overcome.

In 2009, I was looking for answers. I read this book because I was curious about the title.  The truth is the book had an impact on my attitude.  I started looking for talents and abilities buried deep within me then began the task of putting them to good use.   During my meetings, I instill the same message to my clients, “You were born rich,” so they can begin cultivating a life of prosperity.  

The best gift I can give you is immediate access to Bob Proctors on-line book.  Click here.   The introduction provides the encouragement you need to start.

Every human being has been “Born Rich;” it’s just that most people are temporarily a little short of money!  This book has been written in an attempt to bridge the gap between where you currently are and where you want to be.  Step by step, chapter by chapter, it will help you piece together the puzzle we most often refer to as “life,” so you can build a picture of prosperity in your mind, and then go on to create that prosperity in your life.  Indeed, life is very much like the Rubic’s Cube because we have all the right pieces, and all the right colours, but it is a frustrating, never-ending process, trying to get them to fit together.  Inevitably, it seems, there are always at least one or two pieces we have left out. 

Reading through the book will take some effort on your part. Work through the content slowly. I recommend finding a partner, someone who is as anxious as you are to experience a positive change in their life.  Discuss the concepts. Dissect every chapter. Derive value from the messages. Above all, apply the lessons you learn to your life.  You have everything to gain.  This blog may sound like an advertisement.  I am trying to sell you “something” - -  something that doesn’t cost you anything except your time. 

The book ends with a powerful quote from Steve Bow. 

“God’s gift to you is more talent and ability than you will ever use in one lifetime.  Your gift to God is to develop and utilize as much of that talent and ability as you can, in this lifetime.”

When you believe in yourself, you can accomplish mighty tasks. May the words, “Believe, Live, and Succeed” become your new mantra. 

No comments:

Post a Comment