Tip o’ the Morning to Ya – Intuition and Wealth

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Rich Habits Word of the Day

Intuition – Gut feeling, sixth sense. Mark’s intuition must not be very good because he is so poor.

Rich Habits Fact of the Day

Intuition is that little voice inside our heads that tells us to do things or warns us against doing things. Some call it a gut feeling. Decision makers ask if they can sleep on it and give an answer in the morning. We are told by experts in psychology, self help or neural linguistics programming to learn to trust that voice inside our head. To learn to listen to it.  The problem is, intuition does not work. It fails to help almost everybody. Oftentimes that little voice inside our heads is sending us off a cliff. Negativity, fear and envy, are like mini computer programs fed into our subconscious mind. The subconscious then goes about looking for ways to help us get more of the negative things we constantly think about. It starts whispering in our ears, advising us, guiding us in an effort to give us more of what we think about. When we are in a negative, ungrateful state that voice inside our head, our intuition, is telling us to do things that will keep us poor, worried and jealous of others. It is directing us toward unhappiness and failure. For poor people, intuition simply does not work to improve their lives and they should ignore that voice inside their head.

In order to get the voice inside our heads working properly, directing us towards happiness and success, we need to shift to a positive, grateful and optimistic mindset. Start by making a point to find something to be grateful for each day. Focus on that thing we are grateful for and try to feel the gratitude. Feeling locks it in. If we can’t feel it, our subconscious will not get that line of computer code. Once we feel the gratitude it’s like laying railroad tracks inside our brain. When we live in a grateful, optimistic, positive mental world the subconscious looks for ways to help us get more of what we are thinking about. It starts to whisper things in our ears that are directing us toward happiness and success. Then it’s time to listen.


Image: Jost Ammam

Before the introduction of printing all books were painstakingly hand-written. This time-consuming and highly-skilled process meant that books were extremely expensive and an unthinkable possession for many average people. Changing all this was a German goldsmith named Johannes Gutenberg, who in 1440 invented the printing press. His contraption would become one of the most influential inventions in the entirety of human history.

– See more at: http://www.globetask.com/time-management/10-greatest-time-saving-inventions-in-history/#sthash.0bEQwXUl.dpuf

The Printing Press


Image: Jost Ammam

Before the introduction of printing all books were painstakingly hand-written. This time-consuming and highly-skilled process meant that books were extremely expensive and an unthinkable possession for many average people. Changing all this was a German goldsmith named Johannes Gutenberg, who in 1440 invented the printing press. His contraption would become one of the most influential inventions in the entirety of human history.

– See more at: http://www.globetask.com/time-management/10-greatest-time-saving-inventions-in-history/#sthash.0bEQwXUl.dpuf

Rich Habits Lesson of the Day

Wealthy people are happier than poor people. Let’s look at the data:

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