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My 2 Cents on Creating “Wealth”

By : Ziad Abdelnour| 15 August 2010
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One of the rules of the rich is that if you want to be rich and wealthy you need to either buy or create assets.

Assets are things that generate you income without you needing to work for it. If you were to stop work then your assets would continue to put food on the table and pay for your mortgage.

So if you want to make real money then the first thing I suggest is that you get educated.

Money is Easy. Creating more income or abundance in our lives is really simple, but most of the people out there try to make it harder or more complicated than it is.

The hardest thing about our relationship with money is giving up the idea of what that income is or where it will come from. For example, most people would argue that they are on a fixed income and there is only so much money they receive each month. Others say their monthly paycheck is XYZ dollars and they don’t want to get a second job.

In the first example above, the person has defined the boundaries of their income and they do not allow the space for other income to flow. In the second example the person has defined a limited channel of how and where the money is to appear.

I believe that to create real wealth one must be willing to let go of one’s limited thinking, remove the boundaries around our abundance and stop outlining how it is to appear in our lives.

Hence, the first step of creating money is recognizing that money is “abundance” and maybe following those rules:

Rule # 1

Money is energy. It follows the Laws of Nature and like the tides of the ocean it has a natural rhythm of flowing in and out. When we allow money to flow to us and not restrict or define how it is to come to us then we become the “masters of abundance”. We restrict the flow of abundance when we do not allow someone to take us out to lunch “Oh no, you shouldn’t pay for lunch.” We restrict the flow of abundance when we don’t pick-up the penny that we find on the street. You ask the Universe for more abundance and it is given to you at your feet but it is beneath you to pick-up change that you find lying on the ground. Or we restrict the flow of abundance with limited thinking. Every time you say I only earn XYZ dollars you are defining a boundary and limiting more abundance to flow.

Rule #2

Money is impersonal. Money is not good or evil. It has no values or beliefs except what we put on it. Money does NOT care who you are or what your background is or what your past family history was. This follows Rule#1 because money is energy and only that. It can be used for any purpose that we want. Money can be used to help people and it can be used to harm people. But how we use it or what we think about money does not change the nature of money, which is energy.

Rule #3

Money is unlimited. When we understand Rules One and Two, then money or abundance can freely flow to us as much as we will allow it. For example, in this past year there have been several natural disasters such as Haiti and others where thousands of people have lost their homes and needed help to rebuild their lives. People rallied together to help those displaced and said we need XYZ dollars. Within hours, millions of dollars poured in from all sources. Imagine and KNOW that you too can do the same. Create the need, open the energy and let the Universe provide all the good into your life.

Bottom Line:

Remember NOT to create boundaries and remember NOT to define the outcome.

Your feedback as always is greatly appreciated

Thanks much for your consideration


By :� Ziad K Abdelnour

Ziad is also the author of the best selling book� Economic Warfare: Secrets of Wealth Creation in the Age of Welfare Politics (Wiley, 2011),

Mr. Ziad Abdelnour continues to be featured in hundreds of media channels and publications every year and is widely seen as one of the top business leaders by millions around the world.

He was also featured as one of the� 500 Most Influential CEOs in the World.