31 Secrets Of Prosperity By Randy Gage - Secret #1 & #2
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Secret #1 - You can't outgive the Universe

This is the first fundamental secret of prosperity and one that so many people miss. They approach prosperity as a “give me” thing and never tune in to the real energy that surrounds it.

Everything in the universe is based on the principle of trading value for value. But it is an unbalanced scale. What you send out comes back to you in multiples. Usually tenfold, so, when you sow seeds of good, much more good will come back to you.

This holds true for the money you tithe, the love you give and the good you do. As hard as you may try, you can’t out give the universe. So go out and make a random act of kindness, sow a seed to someone in need and be extra nice to that clerk in the checkout line.

Much more prosperity is coming your way!

Secret #2 - The only free cheese is in the mousetrap

That statement sounds like I’m being flippant, but it actually is a very concise and very profound summary of how the laws of prosperity operate.

You don’t get rich winning the lottery, getting an inheritance, or discovering oil in your backyard. Those things may happen to poor people and create some temporary wealth. But the wealth won’t stay around, or you won’t achieve true prosperity for free. There is always a price to pay, the fair exchange of values we discussed in the first secret.

A big part of the price you pay to become prosperous is becoming the kind of person that handles prosperity responsibly. Studies have shown again and again that most poor people who win large windfalls in the lottery are broke and miserable ten years later.

And we are talking about people who have won ten, twenty or even forty million dollars! They got the cash, but they didn’t have the prosperity consciousness. So the money never stayed and the other elements of prosperity never showed up.

Nothing comes for free. If you let the clerk give you the extra $5 by mistake, you find a way to wire your house for cable without paying for it, or you help yourself to an extra newspaper when no on is looking — you are incurring a definite karma debt.

Those debts always come due. Prosperous people never look for anything for free. They are always happy to exchange value for everything.


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