Wealth is Attracted to Those Who Add the Most Value to the World

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There are many wealthy, successful people who hate getting up in the morning.

They hate their life because they hate their job, despite the fact that they make a lot of money doing what they do.

The reality is that they don’t really hate what they do for a living. Rather, they hate the stress that accompanies their job. They hate the deadlines, the urgency, the relentless pressure to complete projects, the workload and the never ending sixty-hour workweeks, which makes them strangers to their own families.

That’s what happens when you chase the money.

When you chase a dream, it’s very different.

A dream that can eventually be monetized will make you feel like you do not have a job.

In my Rich Habits study, 82% of the self-made millionaires pursued a dream.

For most, it took many years to become rich. But during those many years, during the pursuit of their dream, they were happy.

When you truly love what you are doing, you will happily devote many thousands of hours developing and improving your skills and expanding your knowledge, becoming an expert in the process.

When you become one of your industry’s leading experts, the world will pay you a premium for the products or services you provide. And those premiums will add up, eventually making you very rich and very happy.

When you chase a dream, the money will eventually follow. Money is attracted to those who add the most value to the world.

Tom Corley is an accountant, financial planner and author of “Rich Kids: How to Raise Our Children to Be Happy and Successful in Life”, Effort-Less Wealth, Change Your Habits Change Your Life, Rich Habits Poor Habits and “Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals.”