Live Better and A Happier Life
The 7 laws of prosperity are not just found by reading a religious book. Sure, you can find them in there but not everyone has the time to decipher what the laws are when reading these almost 1000-page life manuals.
I can point you to many resources that can help you find success, happiness and a deeper understanding of yourself. However, many people still ask, how do I become a success?
Should you follow the crowd of people or should you carve your own path?
In his book, 7 Laws of Prosperity, Cecil O. Kemp JR, has you examine where you today in your business, life and relationships.
Every day is a new day to review your world economics and understand how your fit into it, health, finances, family life, your job and if there are other opportunities to put food on the table.
As the world keeps changing and more people are awaking to awareness, they want something better their life. Many people are use daily affirmations to have a positive mindset.
I believe you not only want a successful life for your family but you also want the best for those in your personal circle. You can benefit from the 7 Laws of Prosperity if you take the time to understand them and apply them.
What Are The 7 Laws of Prosperity?
The 7 Laws of Prosperity are easy to understand but they do require you to look at your own individual situation and make changes to your life accordingly, so you can live the prosperous life you have dreamed of.
There is only one thing standing in your way to reach the level of success you want to.
Do you know what or who it is?
That’s right, it’s you.
The meaning of prosperity is different for everyone. It is time to get out of your own way and start putting to practice the 7 Laws of Prosperity to achieve higher levels of success.
The Law of Wisdom
Where do you go to find wisdom?
Do you find wisdom in conversations with friends, co-workers, a business partner, parents or through your spouse?
Maybe you find wisdom in the moments you spend in meditation. This is one of the many reasons I mediation.
Maybe you find wisdom in pick up a good book, audio program or reading a blog. Many people around the world find wisdom by taking a few minutes of their day and speak to God, the universal power or the Devine.
No matter where you find wisdom know that everyone around you is a teacher, if you are open to what they are saying.
I like to think that an empty cup can help you accomplish more than a full cup, if you see the benefits the empty cup can provide.
The Law of Priority
What do you spend most of your time doing during the day?
What do you spend your hard-earned money on?
Answer these two questions and it will help you understand where your priorities are or where they may not be.
So, what is it the big thing for you?
Do you enjoy going out every night and eating out and then say to yourself, “I do not have enough money to grow my business.”
Perhaps you think some other day is a better time than now, so you decided it is ok to spend majority of your free time in front of the television, computer or on social media.
If you make yourself and your goals a priority, then nothing can come in your way as you look to accomplish whatever you want.
I believe it time has NO agenda. Time will keep passing if we do not confidently go out and look to accomplish our goals, dreams and aspirations.
The Law of Motive
Every morning millions of people get up 6 am, maybe even earlier, and go to work for someone or for their own business, but why?
What motivates you to get out of bed every single day at the same time, just to go do it again the next day?
Is it that you are working to pay bills and credit card debt?
Are you working hard to put food on the table for your family?
Do you work extra hours so you can purchase fancy toys that you can put in your garage?
Are you working hard to provide a good life for your children?
Whatever your reason, sometimes we need an external motivation that keeps us going even when we want to give up or give in.
Happiness can be found when we focus our attention and ability to make others happy.
It is important to make sure you understand yourself. I suggest answering these 10 questions to find out more about yourself.
The Law of Generosity
You have probably heard the saying, it better to give then to receive. When we give of what we have, we are able to create a better life for others.
You may have heard stories in the news of people like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Carlos Slim Helú and Mark Zukerberg. These billionaires make the news every time they give billions of dollars to worthwhile causes.
Why do they keep giving away so much of their personal wealth year after year?
How come they are they still some of the wealthiest people in the world after they have given away so much?
I believe the answer is because they continue to give so much money away, that the keep attracting more money for their businesses to earn. The law of the universe hold this fact to be true.
Just because you do not have the ability to donate millions of dollars it does not mean you cannot give from the abundance you do have.
You do not have to only give away all your money. Whatever small amount of money can afford to donate is enough. If you want to find ways you can make money in your spare time and donate that, check out this article on making more money.
You can also donate your time and your belongs. The stuff you do not use anymore. You know those things in boxes that your stored for later use. If you have not touched the boxes in years, it might be time to give those things away.
When you give, you get more back so you can give more. It’s a great vicious circle to be in.
The Law of Understanding
In business and in relationships, sometimes we do not understand the, “WHY.” But when you start to put yourself in the shoes of your competition, spouse, children, co-workers or parents you can start to see things from their perspective.
It is when you understand their view-point that you begin to see things the way others see them. Many times, we struggle with duality. The battle that causes us to be single minded versus people minded.
Some of the greatest world’s greatest inventions came this way. Why continue to use a candle when we can make a light bulb?
Why ride a horse and buggy when a car, plane and train can get you anywhere you want to go faster and cheaper.
You get the idea behind why it is important to understanding your surroundings.
The important question I want you to consider is, how do you develop your understanding of people?
Here are 3 resources that will help answer that question.
Alternatively, you can look to books, audio programming and conversations you have with others, so you can really understand what the other person is saying.
I like to believe that it is not important if we agree or disagree with people. What is important is if we can grow from what we learn.
The Law of Preparation
Have you heard the statement, “To whom much is given, much is expected?” That means when you receive all the goodness in life, appreciate what you do and don’t have.
Do not gamble away all your money or opportunity that comes your way.
I’m not saying you should not enjoy life. What I am saying is, you have been working hard every day and if you want to keep everything you worked so hard for, then you will have to take care of it.
You must be prepared to guard what you have been giving. You also must protect the things you believe in. Like we should be doing with our personal freedom.
The Law of Preservation
If you work for someone or ever own your own business, your goal might be to grow that business. Perhaps, one day you hope to become a manager and take over the day-to-day dealings of the business.
Maybe today you are studying from one of the many religious texts and you want to teach that to your children the principles in that book.
Perhaps you value mentorship. When you were young maybe someone took you under their wing. They took the time to teach everything you need to know about success and now you are on your way to achieving that success.
No matter your reason for starting your passion, many of us want to find ways for that passion to effect people in a positive way long after we have passed away or decided to step away.
We all want to leave a legacy that will outlive our own existence. You can read the story of Sidney Poitier and what he has done to leave a legacy that will continue to outlive him.
Success has as many definitions as there are people on Earth.
For many people the 7 Laws of Prosperity include:
- Doing what you love to do.
- Treating people with the utmost respect.
- Having a mentor or finding others to mentor.
- Not forgetting the people who helped you on your journey.
- Learning from everyone you meet.
- Not over extending one’s finances.
- Compare your results to your own results, not to the results of others.
- Be thankful and grateful for everything in life even when you do not have much.
In the comment section I would love to hear what your definition of success is. How do you measure it?
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