The Principle of Wealth Creation, Growth & Sustenance

Money is a reward for smart work, i.e solutions provided to problems over time. Money responds to value
What value do you create? What problem do you solve? You must also be able to answer these questions:
  • What do you work for ? 
  • Why do you do what you do?
  • Who do you work for?

Understand the Psychology of Wealth

Your mind is your purse/wallet/bank account. The size of your mind determines the quantity and quality of money that flows into your purse/wallet/bank account. What your mind cannot contain your pocket/wallet/bank account cannot retain
Let me talk a bit about the so called “Ibadan and poverty” mentality. There is no difference in value anywhere in the world, value is universal and global. Create great value and money will find you anywhere in the world at the value of your solution.
 
Solve big problems, create big value and attract big money. Value is universal it doesn’t change with location. For example, the value of a new Range Rover Sport vehicle in New York city, Tokyo, Lagos, Paris, Dubai, and Ibadan is the same. According to Revelation 5:12, in a loud voice they were saying: “Worthy is the Lamb, who was slain, to receive power and wealth (riches) and wisdom and strength and honor and glory and praise!”
 

Divine Provision Has Been made for Your Wealth

 
Your problem, the reason why you’re still living in lack is that you don’t know that you’re already destined to be wealthy and you also don’t know the principles to harness your God given wealth!
 
I taught some of the principles of wealth creation and the psychology of wealth in my book, The Money Book, go get yourself a copy. Call 08077077000 or email info@olcang.com or go to www.lifexone.org to listen to some of my audios on financial mastery and learn the principles of wealth creation, sustenance and transfer. You can also purchase The Money Book anywhere at Amazon, Laterna Books and in Lagos at Terra Kulture, CSS Bookstore in Broad Street Lagos, Quintessence Ikoyi and more! 
Shalom,
The Catalyst, Lanre Olusola
Behavioral Change Psychologist 
 
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