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ANTICIPATING ABUNDANCE IN A CHANGING WORLD “The best way to predict the future is to create it yourself.” from Abundance, by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler Maybe it’s the current political climate, including the national election process, which seems to … Continue reading
“Cash is King.” – Anonymous The fourth Principle of Prosperity is FLOW. We teach our clients to focus on cash flow, not simply (or even primarily) net worth. In a “typical” financial planning environment, the goal is to build net … Continue reading
The Gods cannot help those who do not seize opportunities. – Chinese Proverb Are you missing chances to build your economic prosperity effortlessly? You are if you’re not practicing this Prosperity Principle! The third of Partners for Prosperity, Inc’s 7 … Continue reading
In order to properly understand the big picture, everyone should fear becoming mentally clouded and obsessed with one small section of truth. – Xun Zi “SEE” is the second of our 7 Principles of Prosperity. First, we must think from … Continue reading
Today we welcome a guest post by Kate Phillips of Total Wealth Coaching. We’ve all heard that we should “think” from abundance, not poverty, as the previous post on this blog and the first of P4P’s 7 Principles of Prosperity … Continue reading
“As a man thinketh, so is he.” Proverbs 23:7 The first of Partners for Prosperity, Inc.’s seven Principles of Prosperity is “THINK.” What do we mean by “think”? We mean to have a Prosperity Mindset – to think from a … Continue reading
Prosperity: “the condition of prospering; success or wealth.”- The Free Dictionary. Here at Partners for Prosperity, Inc., we look at Prosperity in a holistic sense. “Prosperity” is about wealth – yes, even physical, financial wealth – but it’s not “just” … Continue reading