Prosperity leaves clues, and as a result, prosperous people are easy to spot. You can tell them by the way they dress, the environment they create around themselves, the people they hang with, the way they treat others, and the way they treat themselves.
Prosperous people make their bed in the morning, have a clean desk, and may even wash their rental car. They do these things not because they have to, but because they desire to. They see these actions as helping to create a prosperous environment around them. This doesn’t mean their desk won’t get stacked up sometimes or everything runs like a Swiss watch all the time. But when they notice an area is getting out of sorts, they pause and take action to bring it back to a harmonious state.
The easiest way to recognize prosperous people is by how they treat the toll-taker, restaurant server, and or supermarket cashier. They notice them, make eye contact, and great them with the same kindness they would show a head of state. They also go out of their way to be kind to animals and small children.
But perhaps the most telling clue of prosperous people is how they treat themselves…
They understand self-care, and the need and virtues of selfishness when appropriate. People who want to share prosperity know they must get their own needs met before they can help others in a meaningful way. They respect their body temple body with the reverence it deserves, being mindful to eat and drink healthy, get adequate sleep, and the necessary exercise. They’ll also be careful to avoid dangerous drugs and over-depleting their sexual energy. Most importantly, they create a forcefield around their mind, and curate the input they allow it to receive. This all leads us to the relevant question of the topic...
If you were accused of being a prosperous person – would there be enough evidence for a jury to convict you?
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