Respect Abundance and Receive More

I heard an interesting comment the other day from an unexpected source. The person said, “If you respect the abundance you already have, you’re more likely to get more. Whereas if you dismiss what you already have, you are likely to receive less.” You might think this came out of the mouth of a minister or some self-help guru, but it didn’t. It came from a banker. I had gone in to talk about some new investments and we got to talking about money in general and how people aren’t always grateful for what they have.

As we talked, he started telling me a little of his life’s story. He was raised in a fairly poor household. His parents squandered whatever

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4 Responses to Respect Abundance and Receive More

  1. I completely agree with you.. Infact in the highly successful book written by Rhonda Byrne “THE SECRET” she has mentioned gratitude as the single biggest reason why people achieve success, money or happiness in their lives..
    Most of the rich and successful people we see around us are the most grateful and humble of the lot.

  2. Shane says:

    I agree… there is a lot of truth in those sentiments…

  3. greyroma says:

    I agree with you completely!! I have a garage sale twice a year so I am always forced to “clean out” and I sell the smallest of things such as magazines, clothes and shoes very cheep so the can be recycled to someone else- the rest goes to charity. I work at a daycare and save what I can for the children to play with or to make art projects or it goes to the recycle bin.

  4. Ginger says:

    It has taken me awhile to learn this. Just today I went to the bank and deposited a check for $3.89 and when I got to work I won a $50.00 gift card, that I will use to by food for the week on.
    I’m new to your blog and the whole saving money thing, so I just wanted to thank-you for the time you put into your blog.
    Ginger

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