Rich Thinking: How to Use The Laws of Money (Tip 8)
Moving along to the eightieth 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, The Law of Abundance and The Law of Exchange.
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
Tip 7 – The Law of Exchange
The Law of Capital
Your most valuable asset is your physical and mental capital, your earning ability. Your ability to work is by far the most valuable asset you have. By utilizing your earning ability to it’s fullest you can bring in enormous amounts of money each year into your life. The amount of money you make today is a direct measure of how your earning ability is developed so far.
Your most valuable resource is also your time. How much of your time you put into something largely determines your earning ability. Poor time management is one of the biggest reasons for poor productivity. Spend a little money each month investing in learning something new. Nothing will give you a better return on your money than investing in your yourself.
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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