Want to Become Rich? This Simple WEALTH Principle Will Make You Very Rich!by Jay Onwukwe Consultant
"I believe in the dignity of labor, whether with head or hand..." John D. Rockefeller Jnr.
You can legitimately earn plenty of money and accumulate financial riches through the provision of services in various forms, to those who need them. The world needs different types of services, in different forms, at different levels, quantity and quality. From manual labor in farms and construction sites, to high-tech engineering works in space stations, there is an inexhaustible diversity of services required.
All those engaged in services are paid according to their worth, or perceived worth. Different levels and types of services attract different levels of rewards.
Here, the economic law of supply and demand reigns supreme. If you must become rich, then you must provide something of value - a service or product - in great enough quantity and quality that can give you the type of money you want.
For example, in the town or city where you live, the populace spends millions of Dollars on food alone everyday. All of this money goes into some peoples' pockets. Who are these people? What can you do to become a partaker of these millions? When you add this amount to the expenditures in other areas of human needs: Shelter, Clothing, Transport, Health, Education and Entertainment, you will agree with me that there is plenty of money floating around you! Now that you know, your assignment is to position yourself to grab some of it. The proof of desire is action. Do something!
Numerous service areas and specialization exist in which you can pitch your tent and offer your service to the world. For example, churches provide spiritual needs, schools provide education, hospitals provide healthcare, businesses provide niche services and products, professionals provide expertise in different sectors. The list is inexhaustible. Just make sure you operate in the sector that you really enjoy and which empowers you to be the best you can ever be. When in service to humanity you do what you love, and love what you do, the money must surely flow in.
Services are always in great demand in the major areas of basic human needs: Food, Shelter, Clothing, Health and Education, and their offshoot and subsidiaries. Man's Educational and Spiritual needs are immense. Modern man is very dependent on information; services are therefore in great demand in areas of Information, Computer and Communications Technology. Other areas include Beauty, Fashion and Design, Recreation, Entertainment, Tourism, etc.
One sure way to get what you want is to help enough other people get what they want. In other words, when you provide things that benefit many people, many people will reward and encourage you by giving you their money. If you can offer something of value to others, then you can become rich. Everyone has the potential for wealth creation hibernating in him or her. You can actualize your dream of financial prosperity by providing services in an area of need, and in whatever form and scope you are capable.
Money is a man-made idea, a store of value and medium of exchange for real or perceived value. Thus, legitimate wealth is a measure of your ability to create or give Value. VALUE is what people actually pay for with their MONEY. Imagine if there was no paper money (Naira, Dollar, Euro, Pound, Yen, etc.) to trade with, and we were back to the era of trade-by-barter.
In that system, you went to the market with the things of value you possess, and exchanged them for things of value you needed. If you went to the market with plenty of things of value to others, you certainly went back home with lots of things of value to yourself. That meant you were rich or prosperous. If on the other hand, you went to the market with little or nothing of value to others, then you inevitably went back home with little or nothing of value to yourself. That meant poverty or lack!
In other words, being rich is not a question of paper money; it is a question of inherent Value! What VALUE do you possess, that is convertible into cash or paper money? What are you contributing to other people, for which you deserve to be rewarded with their money? Add VALUE and become RICH!
As example, Bill Gates is today one of the richest men in the world. One of his major products is the computer operating system software 'WINDOWS', which runs in more than 60% of all computers in the world. Just imagine that! For decades Bill has been ADDING VALUE and making life easy for millions of people all over the world through this singular product. Any wonder that he is immensely blessed financially?
If you can create VALUE, you can become rich. If you can add VALUE, you can become rich. The world is willing and ready to pay for VALUE. The truth is you must have something of value to offer to people before their money can flow to you. The more valuable and essential your products and services are or perceived to be, the richer you are likely to become, and vice versa.
To become rich, you must first enrich others with your services and products, whatever they may be. Find a need and fill it; create a need and supply it. The intensity of your desire for riches, that inbuilt financial barometer, will propel you to the level of service you eventually give; and therefore the level of financial reward that you eventually receive. Serve small and you receive small; serve big and you receive big. You become rich in accord with your capacity to serve. My friend, however you look at it, Service is the answer!
"But this I say, he which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully." 2 Corinthians 9:6.
China is a very populous nation of over one billion people. If you can provide a service or product that can compel just one percent of that population to pay you just one cent each, then you are already a millionaire! Repeat this process, as many times as you can, and you shall surely be blessed according to the works of thy hand. Namaste!
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