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I am asking for what I want several times a day, believing that I will receive it. Everything -- including you - is vibrating at a specific and unique frequency. That means you can learn to use the power of deliberate thought to stay in a state of higher vibration and...read more
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Rich manage their money well. Poor mismanage their money!
Wealthy people are not any smarter than poor people; they just have different and more supportive money habits. These habits are primarily based on our past conditioning.
So first, if you are not managing your money properly, you were probably programmed not to manage money.
Second, there’s a better than good chance you don’t know how to manage your money in a way that’s easy and effective.
The single biggest difference between financial success and financial failure is how well you manage your money.
It’s simple: to master money, you must manage money.
Remember, managing money doesn’t restrict your freedom — to the contrary, it promotes it. Managing your money allows you to eventually create financial freedom so that you never have to work again. That’s real freedom.