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How to Cultivate an Abundance Mindset to Attract Riches

  "Embrace abundance with gratitude and unlimited thinking. Your inner world shapes the outer. Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition; they know your true path. Possibilities are boundless; prosperity is a way of living, attracting a life of fulfillment and limitless potential." Michael Corthell In an ideal world, we would adopt a moneyless economic system like resourceism (also known as a resource-based economy). However, in our current reality, there's still a lot we can do to enhance our own lives and the lives of others. In today's fast-paced and ever-changing world, cultivating a prosperity mindset proves to be a potent tool for personal and professional success. Drawing wisdom from New Thought philosophy , we can discover practical steps to nurture this empowering outlook. Grounded in the conviction that our thoughts influence our reality, New Thought provides a transformative approach to achieving abundance, success, and overall well-being. Step

How to Buy Happiness the Right Way

"Success thrives when fueled by a burning desire, genuine effort, and a positive mindset, paving the path to financial prosperity and a joyful life." Michael Corthell Are you aiming to achieve the status of a millionaire, billionaire, or even a trillionaire? Setting ambitious financial goals is commendable, and I can guide you on the path to immense wealth in a responsible manner. Here's a blueprint for establishing your objective and embarking on the journey toward prosperity, ensuring you follow ethical principles along the way. ''Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable  confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.''  —Norman Vincent Peale You have a clear goal in mind, but you may be wondering about the path to achieving it. While the journey may not be straightforward, there are certain aspects to consider. Undoubtedly, money is not the sole measure of happiness, but it

How Does a Resource-Based Economy Work?

The most important difference between a Resource-Based Economy and a Capitalist or Socialist Economy is sustainability and because there is no means of servitude or money used in this system, there is no corruption, no crime, no war, and no poverty . by Michael Corthell The quality of life for all people on Earth will be raised and enhanced immeasurably when all Earth's citizens have access to the  best  products and services, education, healthcare, transportation, housing, and energy systems that our civilization can provide.  This commitment must come sooner, rather than later to save our environment, our race, and other species. We have the technology to begin implementing this new economy immediately. We only need the will to do it...    Resourceism is the belief that all the Earth's resources are the common inheritance of all the Earth's inhabitants. Global problems faced by mankind today are impacting individuals and nations rapidly. Climate change, famine, war, epid

Materialism: Trapped in a Money Pit

  by Michael Corthell [Want a long-term, direct solution to this madness? Skip this article and Go HERE ] More money, more problems? It might just be true. Americans today, compared to 55 years ago, own twice as many cars and eat out twice as much per person, but we don’t seem to be any happier because of it. Rather than rising levels of well-being, we’ve seen mounting credit card debt and increasing numbers of self-storage facilities to house the things we compulsively buy. Trapped in a Money Pit   In the developed world, at least and for the most part, true basics like shelter and food require only part of an average income. An important slice of consumption is therefore directed at things we don’t absolutely require. Some of the time at least, if we properly reflect on our experiences, this discretionary expenditure doesn’t quite bring us the satisfaction we were hoping for. The more spiritual voices among us will argue that the reason is obvious: the whole idea of improving o

Money: What is it good for?

  ''Our current global economy is based on spending billions to make people believe that their happiness and wellbeing are dependant on buying stuff.''  -- Michael Corthell

[Gold] Money Talks, We Listen

“Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.” ― Oscar Wilde Money doesn't just talk, it screams. “If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave it to.” ― Dorothy Parker

[Cash In/Cash Out] Pay it forward

“Don't Gain The World & Lose Your Soul, Wisdom Is Better Than Silver Or Gold.” ― Bob Marley Money is a tool. Use all tools wisely by following all safety precautions. “A man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.” ― Henry David Thoreau, Walden

How To Become Wealthy (Step-by-Step)

by Michael Corthell Are you 'money conscious'? Do you appreciate the abundance of this world. Do you know in your heart that there is enough to go around? Do you have a white hot, burning desire to attain riches and be wealthy beyond your dreams? Good, then can become a very wealth person. If you are not money conscious you will have a difficult time getting much beyond your basic needs. Most people go through their lives with a negative money mindset meaning we think about the scarcity of money rather than the abundance of money. We have been brought up to believe certain derogatory things about money, which in turn, prevents us from attracting abundance into our lives. Repeating worn phrases and idioms such as 'The rich get richer and the poor get poorer.', 'Another day, another dollar', 'more money, more problems', all have a net negative effect and only hold a person back from attracting riches. Let's look at how, step by

[Means] A Mark, a Yen, a Buck or a Pound...

“Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.” ― Oscar Wilde If you have the will, making money isn't all that difficult... What's hard is to earn it by doing something worthwhile that you enjoy. “If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave it to.” ― Dorothy Parker