Thursday, March 31, 2011

What Is The Rat Race?

“Robert then defined the "rat race" for us.

"If you look at the life of the average-educated, hard-working person, there is a similar path. The child is born and goes to school.

The proud parents are excited because the child excels, gets fair good grades, and is accepted into a college.

The child graduates, maybe goes on to graduate school and then does exactly as programmed: looks for a safe, secure job or career.

The child finds that job, maybe as a doctor or a lawyer, or joins the Army or works for the government.

Generally, the child begins to make money, credit cards start to arrive in mass, and the shopping begins, if it already hasn’t.

Having money to burn, the child goes to places where other young people just like them hang out, and they meet people, they date, and sometimes they get married.

Life is wonderful now, because today, both men and women work.

Two incomes are bliss.

They feel successful, their future is bright, and they decide to buy a house, car, a television, take vacations and have children.

The happy bundle arrives.

The demand for cash is enormous.

The happy couple decides that their careers are vitally important and being to work harder, seeking promotions and raises.

The raises come, and so does another child and the need for a bigger house.

They work harder, become better employees, even more dedicated.

They go back to school to get more specialized skills so they can earn more money. Maybe take a second job.

Their incomes go up, but so does the tax bracket they’re in and the real estate taxes on their new large home, and their Social Security taxes, and all other taxes.

They get their large pay check and wonder where all the money went.

They buy more mutual funds and buy groceries with their credit card.

The children reach 5 or 6 years of age, and the need to save for college increases as well as the need to save for their retirement.

That happy couple, born 35 years ago, is now trapped in the Rat Race for the rest of their working days.

They work for the owners of their company, for the government paying taxes, and for the bank paying off a mortgage and credit cards.

Then, they advise their own children to ‘study hard, get good grades, and find a safe and secure job or career.’

They learn nothing about money, except from those who profit from their naiveté, and work hard all their lives.

The process repeats into another hard-working generation.

This is the ‘Rat Race.’”

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© Musawenkosi Tshoaele, 2011.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

How I Attracted R5,300 In Under 24 Hrs

I prayed.

"Philippians 4:13"

I spent the whole night praying about why I wanted it and what it would mean for me.

I needed R5300 so to be up to date with my car payments or else the bank will come and take it from me.

The idea of leaving work and using the demand to meet my monthly expenses to motivate me into producing monthly profits back fired.

This was due to (1) my procrastination and (2) my lack of long term planning.

My advice to you is to pool enough profits working on your side project while funding it with the income you make from your job.

Now, 3 months later the repo men just missed me & had to call me in to hand over my car to them.

Palms, hands and armpits sweaty I spent the day almost in a state of perplexity, like I was under a spell.

A zombie.

Wondering How, HOw, HOW???

I did not sleep that night.

I spent it talking to a Spiritual Power that is the encyclopedia of all Solutions past, present and future.

I detailed my problem and how it is affect me emotionally, and then moved my prayer to that of how I would like things to be.

I pictured this solution (a miracle at the time for me) and kept on repeating the words, "SOLUTION. SOLUTION. SOLUTION," until I passed out at about 4.30am.

30 minutes later I was wide awake.

And even though I had every reason not to, I persisted in my morning ritual of - most of which was inspired by Norman Vincent Peale's "The Power Of Positive Thinking":

10 min visualization.

10 min meditation.

15 min Bible reading.

15 min motivational read - current read is "The Hidden Power" by Thomas Troward.

3 new daily statements of gratitude (which I wrote down with a sarcist grin on my face).

Reading of my Personal Mission Statement.

Reading of my Affirmation & Goal Cards.

Reading of The Summary of The Science of Getting Rich.

I then declared that "Today is a good day. I will rejoice and be glad in it."

To strengthen my belief I affirmed, "I believe. I BELIEVE. I BELIEVE."

"Matthew 7:7-8"

I dropped of my mom at the school that she teaches in and off I went to galavant around Soweto and Johannesburg, inviting my mind to be more solution-focused than to be problem-oriented.

Next thing I know, mom called for me to meet up with her.

On arrival she said she has raised the amount needed to not only pay for my arrears but has covered me for next month's installment.

I was blown away.

Still am.

It happened with such precision that I am left with no doubt in my heart and mind that this "miracle" was due to the God Power I asked and was thankful for in prayer the night before.

Now I am busying working on perfecting my ritual and prayer so to accelerate my process of Deliberate Creation.

Yours in Abundance,


Saturday, March 26, 2011

The Daffodil Principle

"Oh, profound wisdom"...



Thursday, March 24, 2011

If What You Do Gives You Results You Don't Like, I Suggest You Change What You Do

I want YOU to firstly Money From Anywhere, and to secondly listen as I bitch about how unfair life is.

Nah just kidding, I wanted to get your attention.

You find it easy to read about something bad happening than reading about something good.

I would love to say, "No sir, you won't find ME going over another US invasion in Libya or natural disasters (oxymoron) happen in the East."

But I do feed the mind with such information that I warn you against.

Hey, you must do as I say not as I do!

The mind will attract what you feed it.

That's what I have experience (experiencing) & taught, and that's what I am passing on to you.

There was a retweet I made on my @Musa23, a quote by Tony Robbins that said, "You always produce a result."

No that just took me..."You always produce a result."

To take it a step further, I heard myself read out a line from a Brian Tracy book about how your results are determined by the tasks you do (or don't do).

If you don't like the results change your tasks.

Bad results come from your daily errors in judgement.

Good results come from your daily disciplines.

If you don't like the results change your tasks.

But Bob Proctor would want you to attacks from a deeper level, and only for you to change your tasks for you to change the results you keep getting.

Mr. Proctor would suggest you change your Paradigm your results to truly change.

(c) Musawenkosi Tshoaele. 2011

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The Drug That Even Christians Are Hooked On

I've been talking to myself lately, more often than usual, and I thought it best to have it typed out here on "my blog" (you can never Truly own anything in this world now can you?) for you to read.

You might find it entertaining.

Use my sob story to keep you wanting more.

Actually wanted to bring to your attention a drug that I see everyone, you included, is addicted to.

Some people shoot it up their veins, some people sniff it, others smoke it, there are those that even drink it.

It's in the air that you breathe.

The source of every thought you think.

You speak it, touch it, you feel it, hear it.

Heck you are even reading it are in love with it.

It is your obsession.

You are never clean of this drug, even after death - because it IS death.

Even as I am writing this under candlelight I am craving it.

Good God I am even craving it on Your behalf.

This drug consumes your very existence - I can even go as far as saying that generation after generation have been taking so much of it that You are this drug...

...You have become it.

What is this drug that has me growing glands on my wrist?


(c) Musawenkosi Tshoaele. 2011