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Law of Accumulated Prosperity

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Law of Accumulated Prosperity

Continual growth and development is the key to happiness. Continual growth and development is the key to health.

Continual growth and development is the key to wealth. Continual growth and development is the key to fulfillment.

Continual growth and development is the key to prosperities of all kind.

A prosperous life is yours for the taking if you can master the art of investing in yourself every single day.

That’s the whole key to a prosperous life: Find a few simple ways to invest in yourself that make sense for you and do it every single day.

I’d like to emphasize every single day, as we discussed that it’s not about the things you do only some of the time, but instead it’s about the things you do consistently because building a lifestyle is cumulative. Remember when we discussed how you couldn’t just go to the gym one time and be fit for life? You must go to the gym consistently. Well, growth works similarly. It accumulates and accumulates and accumulates, eventually turning into a life of prosperity. I can’t tell you the exact day that your life is going to become prosperous, but I can assure you that it will happen eventually. It’s a process. Trust it. It’s the same with going to the gym; I can’t tell you the exact day you will get into shape, but I can assure you that you will get into shape if you go to the gym every single day. We’ve proven that scientifically. I call this the Law of Accumulated Prosperity, which states the following:

The result of consistently investing in one’s self is a prosperous life, and it’s those consistent acts that matter more than any one act of intensity.

It’s a pretty simple law. You might even say that it’s common sense, and I wouldn’t disagree with you.

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