Today John Maxwell word “Wealth”. You can watch the video here: http://johnmaxwellteam.com/wealth/
When you think about being weatlthy, how much money do you think you would need to consider yourself wealthy?
If you asked a group of people that question you would get a variety of different answers. One person might say you would need one million dollars, another who already has a million dollars would say that five or six million dollars would make a person wealthy, another might say it would take twenty million dollars to consider yourself wealthy.
Different answers and different perspectives!
But, John said and I agree with him completely, that Wealth is not about how much money you have accumulated.
Wealth is having the very best things in your life.
Wealth is having the blessings of health, family, home, good friends, your faith, and your attitude.
These are the things that money cannot buy. These are the things that you have because you have grown and developed them to enrich your life.
It takes a lot of work to be Wealthy.
You have to work at being healthy. You have to work to have good relationships with your family, friends and business associates. You have to work at growing in your faith. You have to work at believing in yourself and striving for what you believe in. It takes work to maintain a good attitude and having an optimistic outlook.
Those who are truly wealthy might not have the largest bank accounts but they are people who understand what the true blessings are and they are grateful.
Great Success & Abundant Blessings in All You Do!
Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time – and always start with the person nearest to you. - Mother Teresa
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Wonderful post, You know what is so funny Sandy, reading this brought back a memory I had forgotten about. I'll try and make it short lol. Talking to a prospect one day they ask me how much money I make. I said why do you ask me that, they said I want to know if your wealthy. I thought about that for a minute then suddenly realized that this person is not someone I want to be around. I told them no I was dead broke and didn't have a penny to my name and excused myself.
Personally, to me the best team members to have are the ones that can see the truth in your post. If they can't I don't need them.
Great one Sandy thanks,
Thank you for sharing 'Wealth - What Does It Mean to You?' very good. Made us all think more and I agree with it
Excellent article Sandy. Wealth is many different things to many different people. The greatest wealth to me is be in position to be a blessing to all that we come into contact with. If we do have the availability of wealth of finances, we can use those finances to benefit others as well. Great information delivered in this article. Thanks for sharing. Love John Maxwell. Liked and Shared.
So true Sandy and when I first saw your heading without reading my first thought was health and happiness for my family. Great post. Thanks for sharing.
Yes yes Sandy this is one to share for more to read. I can appreciate the words you said in your post because it speaks he truth and this is what people need to hear daily. I have shared your post Sandy. I wish you continued blessings, peace and happiness always.