Solomon’s 4 Steps to Bring True Wealth into your life
(Edited Except from newsletter by Nick Roditas)
the richest and wisest person who ever lived.
So it’s just common sense. If you want to learn to fly aeroplanes—go see a pilot. If you want to learn some other new skill—go to someone who is an expert in thatfield. And if you want to learn a
way to attract success and wealth into yourlife there is
better teacher than King Solomon.
So what can Solomon’s insights and teachings do for your wealth (not to mentionyour career, your relationships, and your personal life?)
No matter what you
they can do, they
do infinitely more. Here are just afew of the rewards Solomon says you can look forward to when you follow hisadvice:
You will gain sure advantage.
You will experience true fulfillment
You will attain respect and admiration of those in authority
Your needs will be satisfied
You will experience ever increasing success
Your efforts will be profitable
You will have a longer and healthier life
You will have great relationships
Also I point out that King Solomon says that the consequence of
following his 4rules is pretty much the
of the above list. And you really wouldn'twant the opposite of the list happening to you—would you?
Become The One In A Thousand Who Achieves Incredible Outcomes…
In any field or endeavour there are people who excel and achieve remarkableresults, the people who do well, the average people, and then there’s the losers andquitters.
And King Solomon says that
core skill is what separates the people that excelfrom all the rest.
King Solomon also assures us that ANYONE who learns and applies that skill willexcel in any endeavor of their choosing—and that includes YOU Gregory.
I’m talking about the skill of
they understand what diligence means, but
could befurther from the truth. Most would think that being “hard working” and “persistent” would make one diligent.