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How to Get Unlimited Wealth

Updated on March 22, 2014

This will contradict many things you have heard and read about how to get wealth.

If you follow these simple principles you will experience true wealth.

The dictionary describes wealth as everything having value in money; much money or property; riches; valuable products, contents, etc. or simply put you have a large accumulation of things that carry value.

The purpose here is to give direction on how to get you to the destination of abundance.

The Path to Prosperity

Perhaps you already know the path to prosperity.

Maybe you believe if you work hard and give it all you got eventually you will reach financial bliss.

There are few who have taken this path and experienced unlimited wealth.

Fundamentally, those who reach the point of unlimited wealth, not only work hard but also have an underlying element the novice tends to overlook.

It is something that eludes most who try so desperately to accumulate wealth.

It is this element accompanied with the determination to work hard that solidifies true wealth.

This simple, yet essential ingredient completes the mix and unequivocally gives rise to the surety of attaining true wealth.

It is a universal law that's guaranteed to positively impact your bottom line. It is the Law of Giving that will immediately impact the process of attaining true wealth and put you on the fast-track to massive accumulating.

Accumulating Wealth

Certainly this is an unorthodox way of acquiring wealth, because it appears to contradict what we accept as being the traditional methods of becoming wealthy.

Giving appears to be something to take away from what we already possess however, if you consider how many of our well known billionaires have acquired their wealth you will discover a common thread that transcends traditional belief.

Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, etc. are some of the wealthiest men of our time and each of these men along with years of hard work were determined to give the world a better, more efficient way of doing things and by doing so wealth followed.

Attaining wealth is was not their primary focus, however the universal law obligates wealth to follow giving. This is not an uncommon principle but we are taught otherwise.

In business, it is wise to give something away to your customers. It makes for good business sense.

Also the billionaires mentioned earlier after accumulating great wealth all give hundred of thousands of dollars away to charities and other useful causes each year.

Oprah Winfrey is well known for her world class charity work. She has done everything from building schools in Africa to feeding poor people all around the world.

These acts of giving are all based on the Laws of Giving, which in turn produces great wealth.

Many don't possess the means to give on a major level like Oprah, but everyone has something to give.

Begin to put the Law of Giving into practice to activate universal principles GUARANTEED NEVER TO FAIL.

Take a step toward unlimited wealth today!


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    • worldonedigital profile imageAUTHOR

      Clay Brooks 

      6 years ago from Chicago, IL

      Thanks Johanna Baker,

      Words of Wisdom come from Wise Souls.

    • Johanna Baker profile image

      Johanna Mary Elisabeth Baker 

      6 years ago from Christchurch, New Zealand

      This is a true principle and it is found in the is called tithing, and as you give to others you will receive. It comes from a generosity of spirit and a desire to genuinely give, freely give, not for gain or grudgingly but willingly. Great hub on a contradictory topic.


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