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The Secret in Angels and Demons That Can Make You Rich

The Secret in Angels and Demons That Can Make You Rich

By Sorge Menendez

–Warning, no movie spoiler that I’m aware of here–

I just watched the movie adaptation of Dan Brown’s (of DaVinci Code fame) book “Angels and Demons” last night.

I have to say that the movie was absolutely amazing.

While I’m going to avoid talking about specific parts of the plot here because I wouldn’t want to spoil it for you– I did discover several secrets in the movie that can potentially help you become rich.

I’m now going to share them with you.

4 Reasons Why You MUST Use Visualization If You Want To Get Rich

4 Reasons Why You MUST Use Visualization If You Want To Get Rich

By Sorge Menendez

If you want to get rich, visualization is a key technique you should use on a daily basis.

Visualization is the simple process of making images in your mind.

While you may think at first that you cannot visualize, you must realize that visualization is not only easy, but natural. Any time you remember something, or even imagine things, you’re doing some form of visualization.

Just do your best and don’t be too much of a perfectionist. As long as it feels like you’re seeing something in your mind’s eye, you’re in business!

4 things you must do today to make more money

Everyone wants to make more money, yet very few people are willing to do what it takes to do so.

I have a simple question for you:

“Can you make an extra dollar by the end of the day today?”

That’s it. Not $100, not $1 million, but just 1 measly buck.

I asked myself that question months ago and was amazed to find out that 99% of the people I knew did not have an answer to it.

What I found amazing was that even the professionals I knew (with the big titles after their names) were as stuck as the people working blue collar jobs.

Live a Life of Abundance By Accepting Change

Live a life of abundance by embracing change

By Sorge Menendez

The only constant thing in life is change.

The more I study life, the more I realize that there are certain laws that you cannot break, regardless how hard you may try to.

One of these laws is the law of change.

Before I realized then accepted that change was an inevitable aspect of life, I was about the most miserable person you could meet.

I continually tried to grasp and try to hold on to everything; trying to keep things the same forever, suffering and feeling angry whenever change upset the balance of any part of my life.

A little-known Practice that will help you manifest abundance in your life

A little-known Practice that will help you manifest greater abundance in your life

By Sorge Menendez

The ancient philosopher Pythagoras built his school of thought on the principle that “the world is numbers.”

While his teachings may sound too esoteric and perhaps impractical to modern society (“What does he mean by numbers?”), there is an overarching truth behind his belief that you must grasp if you want to live a life of abundance.

If you want more abundance in your life, you need to understand that most of the things that matter to you can be translated to numbers.

How Getting Things Done Can Lead to a More Abundant Life

Getting Things Done:

3 Things You Must Clear Out to Lead An Abundant Life

Part of living a truly abundant life is realizing that there’s more than enough to go for everyone.

Hoarding junk (whether it be mental or physical) logically goes against the abundance mindset in more than one way.

While reading David Allen’s wonderful book on time management, Getting Things Done, I found a small little gold nugget (among many) that will not only increase your productivity but also help to reinforce this belief within your mind.

How to Keep a Recession Proof Abundance Mentality

The AbundanceMentality.com Manifesto

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past couple of months (or aren’t selectively ruthless about what you let influence you), the newest media topic seems to be the failing of the US economy.

Everywhere you look is “recession this” “job loss that” “falling stocks there” and truth is that if you really let the negative message get to you, you cannot help but to start  believing that we’re currently living in both a pretty scary and similarly painful time with no hope for the future.

The question is:

4 Very Important Things You Must Do When Using Affirmations

If you want to lead a true life of abundance and reach your goals and objectives, knowing how to plan things properly is a skill that you must develop.

While designing a plan can be as easy as writing a numbered list of things to do, knowing different ways to plan different situations can be extremely helpful and effective way of dealing with them.

The top 4 planning methods I’ve learned and use so far are brainstorming, writing an outline, using a mind map, and drawing a flowchart.

This article will show you how to plan more effectively through the use of different planning techniques.

How to Reach Your Goals and Get Rid of Your Fear of Failure

What a Simple South Korean Grandmother Taught Me about Persistence

I was just reading a random article when a thought hit me that truly changed my perspective about many things in life:

There’s no such thing as failure!

The article tells the story of this South Korean grandmother who has failed her driver’s education exam more than 770 times yet still keeps on taking it every other day.

She has spent over $4000 dollars in the process.

According to the story, the lady has been taking the written portion of the exam every business day for the past 4 years, yet continues to fail it by a few points.

Want to be more productive and reach more of your goals? Get some rest!

Though it might seem like a waste of your prescious time, the truth is that if you want to lead a more productive life, you must make rest and relaxation a part of your daily routine.

Rest and relaxation should become key parts of your life and you must do whatever it takes to incorporate them into your daily activities.

In a society that worships overachievers, taking a break is often looked upon as being a bad thing to do.

From my personal experience in the real world though, I’ve found that “not doing” (on purpose) may be as important as taking action when it comes to getting things done.