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    Prosperity Matters: How are Prosperity and Wealth Related?

    Wealth and prosperity are two influential concepts that have been intertwined for centuries. However, there is a fundamental misunderstanding about the relationship between wealth and prosperity. Wealth is determined by tangible assets, and is a passive concept. Prosperity is not about passive income, but rather about the totality of life (not just money and assets) and is an active concept. Wealth can be accumulated, but prosperity must be achieved by choice.

    Once I realized this major difference between wealth and prosperity, more doors began to open for me. I could achieve prosperity simply by changing my attitude. As I changed my outlook, interesting things started to happen—things that impacted my wealth. I received job opportunities, discounts on courses I wanted to take, and even financial gifts I wasn’t expecting. So, while wealth and prosperity are different concepts, because they are so linked, by changing one, you change the other. Let’s take a closer look!

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    Prosperity Matters: Are You Afraid to Make More Money?

    Did you know there’s a name for fear of wealth? According to Psych Times, it’s plutophobia. This fear of wealth can prevent you from reaching your financial goals without you even realizing it. Like...

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    Prosperity Matters: How do I Stop Excessive Spending?

    Excessive spending is the number one reason most people end up with credit card debt. I’ve spent a lot of time analyzing excessive spending because this was a major contributor to how I ended up with...

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    Prosperity Matters: How do I Tame Money Worries?

    Years ago, my money worries were out of control. Money was all I could think about. Every decision I made hinged on the overwhelming amount of debt I had accumulated. I contemplated claiming...

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