Money is such a powerful commodity. It divides people, brings them together, motivates us, and not having much tends to demotivate us.
Being rich is what most people desire.
Individuals in the poor and middle classes focus on making more money all the time.
They struggle at work, putting in loads of effort, but still don't seem to make any progress in bettering their financial condition.
It seems that no matter how hard they focus on money, it eludes them almost all of the time.
On the other hand, there are those who don't focus on how much money they will make by doing something.
They focus instead on what they want to do and like doing.
This way, their entire attention is on the work they do and not on how money they will make by doing it.
Surprisingly, these are the ones who end up making loads of money during their careers.
They are usually very rich and money seems to be attracted to them no matter what.
It's often said that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. And in reality this is what actually happens.
People belonging to the poor classes of society tend to remain poor and might even become more poor.
While those in the rich classes, get richer over time.
It's a secret habit of the super rich people that they focus on what they love to do and never think too much about how money they will make.
They just move forward in the direction of their desired destination and trust in a higher source to get them there.
Money is not a major factor for them.
Highly successful individuals and the real Millionaires of our times are not any different from the middle class.
They are pretty much the same...
They dress the same, eat the same food, live in similar homes, and there are little differences in the way they live.
There is one major difference between them though and that difference is in the way they live their lives.
While one group focuses on living paycheck to paycheck, the other doesn't give a damn about how much money they make at the end of the month.
The purpose of the rich classes of society is to make a difference, do things they like to do, want to do, and what they feel can help others in the world live better lives.
And by focusing on this great purpose, they end up living much more fulfilling lives than the rest of mankind.
It's not that they are very rich in wealth, but it's because they are rich in constructive thought.
They live their days free of worry and tension since they live focusing on what they want to do with their lives.
Noble thoughts create royal lifestyles.
The rich get richer not because they love money so much but because they love living better lives.
Stop living paycheck to paycheck, a hand to mouth existence isn't the way humans are supposed to live.
Survival of the fittest works well in the animal kingdom, not with human beings.
Live your days focusing on what you want to do, excel at that, and money will automatically come your way.