Money is not the only currency of life.
In fact, you can be equally rich in health, happiness, joy, spirituality and relationships.
I find it interesting that wealth actually comes as a product of our habits.
And even though most people spend their life chasing it, real wealth success comes best and fastest by attracting it.
A new friend of mine shared a quote by Tom Corley that I just love;
“Relationships are the currency of the wealthy.”
I looked up Tom Corley. He studies wealth and here is what he has found:
88% of the wealthy believe relationships are a key factor in their wealth. Only 17% of the poor agree.
75% of the rich send thank you cards or notes or email regularly. Only 13% of the poor have this Rich Habit.
72% of the wealthy volunteer five hours or more each month compared to only 12% for the poor.
So if you’re seeking more wealth, get out there and attract it.
Be more visible, show more gratitude, thank people more often, serve more and give more.
When you do, you won’t be able to stop the blessings from coming your way.
I recall something in a valuable book that relates this principle to “windows”!