What Is the Difference Between Wealth and Money?

by louabbott on June 11, 2010

A Better Definition of Wealth

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Donald Gaw June 12, 2010 at 10:12 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hey Lou…a very subtle and important video that everyone needs to see! Thank you for sending it to me.

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Neil McCreery June 11, 2010 at 11:07 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hi Lou Thank you for taking the time to share this video at my age I have listened and learned many great words from the top trainers visiting Downunder over the years but todays video brings so much to the surface that I needed reminding about. Thank you again Lou keep up your good work

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Michael Eisbrener June 11, 2010 at 4:58 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

The value of building a garden is fuzzy for many. The go to school, get a good job belief system convinces people to work in someone else’s garden, herding butterflies.

There are butterfly farms here. The field is planted as you say with what attracts butterflies. You move them into an enclosed screen area just after transforming from caterpillar but before they become butterflies. The current world stage does exactly the same thing to everyone who spends all the time and treasure to gain skills to be hired and are pulled into a screened in enclosure, a company where they are led to believe it is safe, to make someone else wealthy.

The superstition and beliefs designed to produce job based work may be ending. The likelihood of working for a pension is gone… if it ever really existed.

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Steve June 11, 2010 at 3:41 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

Lou,
Today’s video is just top notch!!! It gets to the core of what our business is all about. Too many people are just chasing butterflies and worse, they probably don’t even know it! You are welcome anytime to join my Facebook group, “Peeling the MLM Onion”, and post comments. A lot of people need help and I know we can help them.
Steve

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Maggie Kress June 11, 2010 at 2:47 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Lou, I love the analogy of Money and Weath. I am so glad you gifted me this series. I never thought of it in the perspective that you presented.

We must do our garden before we can start making money. I think that is the position that I am in building my garden. I relate to all of the garden building positions and I think I have done several of them.

I now have to go back to the batters box and start the process of bringing people into my garden. Being legally blind gets in my way of doing that but you are inspiring me to step out of that batters box and start the process.

I have tried several social medias, written my own blog but my problem is letting people know where I am. Facebook has so much on it that I sometimes get lost and do not know where to go. I know many that have had success in using it. I have just started a new blog called God Given Resource. What I want to do with that is show what God has given us and that is everything. My God given talents are endless, it is just being consistent. That is what I need consintency and this short time with your series has shown me that. I am going to focus on one way and stay consistent on that way.

Let me know if you think I am on target. I have found the right company but my problem is getting my name connected.

Thanks Lou for your insights and sharing them with me and others. You are a God sent and you have a message for all. I want to listen and receive that message.

Thanks and God Bless
Maggie Kress

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Stephen June 11, 2010 at 2:13 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hey Lou,
Good video and so very true!!! I believe if more people understood this concept and were able to apply it we would have a lot more Wealthy people in our industry…..that also had money!!! 🙂

Make it a great day!!!

Stephen

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