They say a fool and his money are soon parted. That’s usually true. But that ignores the other side of the spectrum: A wise person will soon attract prosperity, because wisdom is a prosperity superpower.
Wisdom gives you the clarity to know what really matters, and the discernment to recognize this when you see it.
You gain wisdom by learning from the mistakes of others and your own. Obviously, the more you learn by observing what others do, the fewer mistakes of your own are necessary. But all of us have some lessons we must learn through our own trial and error. You can choose to learn the lesson or wait until the universe sends it to you again.
I believe you’re presented a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to become wealthy, at least five or six times in the span from early adulthood until you finally cash in all your chips. And if you’re like most people, you’ll never see those opportunities coming. Because they won’t come wearing an opportunity label; more likely they’ll present as a challenge or problem. That’s because the universe is designed to shower rewards on people who solve problems, overcome challenges, or otherwise remedy an injustice or negative situation. You can learn more about this in this podcast episode.
As you become wise, you develop discernment. You stop pursuing foolish pipe dreams and stop disregarding true opportunities. Working harder can create more income, but developing wealth comes from working with wisdom. Let’s break the process down to the very core of its essence:
Your wealth will grow at the same speed as your wisdom.
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