What is the one word that will make you rich?
Many people say that replying to emails with "done" or saying "thanks" will make you more successful if used habitually. What is one word I should use more often if I want to be successful?
Intention statements are powerful tools for success. For example:
I intend to take the trash out immediately after work.
As opposed to:
I was going to do it later.
The second statement is ambiguous, in that it has lost it's meaning. The most important thing in it is "I". Saying the first one out loud primes the mind for recall later. You were supposed to do something?...When you got off work? Oh yeah, the trash.
Quite simply the one word that will make you "rich" is the same word, rich! I now make you, rich.
Contentment, so you don't spend all you have on things you think you want, allowing you to save more and pay off debt.
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