Rich Thinking: How to Use The Laws of Money (Tip 7)
Moving along to the seventh Rich Thinking tip. So far we have covered The Law of Cause and Effect, The Law of Belief, The Law of Expectation, The Law of Attraction, The Law of Correspondence and The Law of Abundance.
Rich Thinking Recap
Tip 1 – The Law of Cause and Effect
Tip 2 – The Law of Belief
Tip 3 – The Law of Expectation
Tip 4 – The Law of Attraction
Tip 5 – The Law of Correspondence
Tip 6 – The Law of Abundance
The Law of Exchange
The amount of money you can earn is the measure that others place on your contribution. The work you do, the amount you do and the difficulty in replacing you. How much you are paid is a reflection of your quality and contribution in comparison with the contribution of others combined with the value others place on your contributions.
Money is an effect not a cause. Your work and contribution to a product or service is the cause and the money you receive is the effect. If you want to increase the effect (money) you have to increase the cause (value) you put in. To earn more money you must increase your value.
I was inspired to write about how to use The Laws of Money to get Rich when I listened to The 21 Absolute Unbreakable Laws of Money by Brian Tracy. I highly recommend listening to this audio.
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