10 Steps To Riches

Wherever you may be in your life, you may become rich by determining that it will be so. Develop that burning intense desire that stokes the fire in your mind. The odds are against you winning big in the lottery, so you best come up with a long term plan.

Yes, it would be outstanding to win the lottery, but most people squander that in a few years anyways because they don’t have an abundance mindset, so…

1-Develop A Money Consciousness

This is the first essential step to riches because it helps attract wealth. You’ve got to focus your mind on the abundant supply of the universe. Never focus on lack or poverty. Think, act, and feel wealthy using the law of assumption because as you think, so you become. And read  Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind {<Free Copy} by T.Harv Eker.

2-Study Wealth

Success leaves clues, and like Earl Shoaf taught Jim Rohn,”If you want to be wealthy, study wealth.” There are many excellent self-help books that go into the attitudes of mind and proven methods that are necessary to achieve lasting riches:

3-Save At Least 10% Of Your Earnings

This discipline helps your mind to respect and appreciate the value of money. And the more you save and accumulate, the wealthier you will feel. And the wealthier you feel, the more wealth you’ll attract due to the law of attraction.

4-“A Penny Saved Is A Penny Earned”

What I mean specifically is to do more things by yourself, for yourself. For instance, I have developed lots of skills. I work on my own cars, my own house, and as you can probably tell – my own website. Not only do I save money, but I feel great about it. And as Brian Tracy says, “Everything is learnable.”

5-Invest What You Save

Do it wisely because it’s important never to take a loss. If your investment goes down for a while like most do because everything is cyclical, do not sell. Study investments, and do it yourself. Most fund managers lose their clients money and get paid by commission per transaction. Don’t try to become a trader unless you decide to do it for a living because it is a full time specialty that very few can master.

6-Think Long Term

Buy a stock index fund when the market crashes, which it always does because of cycles. Then hold them long term. Invest what you can keep in and roll over in compound interest until you retire. Get at least 10 % percent in physical gold and silver and a safe. In both cases don’t check the markets for weeks at a time because the Fed and the big banks manipulate and suppress them, but cycles eventually win out. Read The Intelligent Investor {<Free Copy} by Benjamin Graham.

7-Study Cycles

Due diligence will tell you what’s going on – the global economy is going down. Just look beyond the mainstream media which is in the elites and the banks pockets.

8-Study Your Craft

Wherever you are in life, whatever you’re doing for a living-read, learn, improve, and master what you’re passionate about. But don’t go into debt by going back to school. A study of most wealthy entrepreneurs will show you that most of them were self-educated. School is really just books, so turn your car into a university on wheels. Like Jim Rohn said, “Formal education will make you a living, self-education can make you a fortune.”


It’s suggested to give away ten percent of your earnings, but I believe that it depends upon you. Give away what is in your heart to give. It may be time, effort, skill, or money. You can help an older person with home repairs, or even take them to a movie. Maybe, start feeding the homeless cats in your area. Whatever makes you feel good. It causes your subconscious to feel abundance which will attract more of the same. Let abundance flow through you instead of hording it.

10- Be Grateful For All That You Have

The law of gratitude sets in motion other universal laws of mind that will help attract even more things for you to be grateful for into your life. Also start dressing and grooming yourself better. Clean up your car and home. And take 10% of your earnings, and spend it on you because you deserve it.

Regard, – Herb.

© 2017, Herb Norcott. All rights reserved.


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