The best way to earn more money in the world is to be sane and balanced and to do it in an easy and relaxed manner.
However, because money is so important to our well-being, most people’s money making efforts end up as neurotic tendencies.
The result of pursuing money in a neurotic way is that not only do you earn less than you are capable, but you also enjoy it much less. Ironically, some people are miserable no matter how much money they earn.
It is not your effort to earn money that is the cause of unhappiness. It is the way you go about it. It is your attitude toward money. Money itself is neutral, neither good nor ill, but it is our attitude toward it that plunges us into cycles of agony or ecstasy.
Here briefly are the major money profiles. You may share traits from different profiles. Once you identify your traits, you will see where you have with-held your power to earn more money. Clean up these negative attitudes toward creating a good income and you will start to have more money making ideas. Only when you become wise first in your attitude toward money, will you be in a position to learn how to earn more money.
This is a person who knows little about money. They have only a simple understanding of how to earn it, spend it, or invest it. Money is a mystery to them;
they feel overwhelmed by it. Information about money confuses them. They defend their discomfort by espousing a philosophy that money is not important.
This is a person who does not impact life. Instead life runs them, pushing them from one difficult situation to another. There is never enough money coming in
and always too much money flowing out. They thrive on the adrenaline charge of trying to survive and chaos breaking loose if they can’t come up with the money that they desperately need.
This is a person who goes out into the world and makes money, more than most people even know what to do with. They are always on the lookout for ways to earn money. They learn what to do and how to do it, and they persist. Ironically, no matter how much money they make, and no matter how well they manage it, and no matter how well they invest it to make even more money, they are never satisfied, rarely content. They thrive on a restless energy. Money, they claim, is not important, but a way of keeping score.
The Sacrificial Victim.
This is a person who is constantly denying themselves the pleasure of money. They only feel fulfilled by giving it away. While they enjoy the reward of being admired for their selfless living, they also experience the same despair and desperation of the casualty.
This is a person who takes risks, who buys every get-rich-quick plan on the planet. They rarely follow through on any of the ideas purchased. Like a person who sits in front of a one-armed bandit at a casino, they think that the next pull of the lever will bring them a fortune. They spend more money on trying to get money than they make.
This is a person who disdains the material world, believing in the refinement of the mind or the spirit. Since they avoid money, it also avoids them, and they often wonder why they can’t express their talents more in the world.
This is a person who craves power and attention. They use money not to buy things but to control people who want money. They experience endless conflicts with people and are often baffled why others do not like to be dominated.
Finally, there is the Sage.
This is the only group worth belong to if you desire a happy and meaningful life.
This is a person who understands how to create money, how to manage it, and how to use it for the highest good, both of themselves and other people. They are wise in the use of money and are balanced in their expenditures, without suffering lack and hardship.
This is the only sane way to handle money. It is the only non-neurotic money profile. What can you do today to heal a neurotic money profile and become wise in the ways of money?
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