Friday, October 30, 2015

The Soil- iNkwenkwezi




...you are my light...you give me light me it's dark...so dark you could swear you are alone...

The Soil - Sunday




...she said she said...she said she said...she said...that she loves me...on the day it was a Sunday...

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

What You Might Consider Being Wealthy Might Be Wrong...According to the Wealthy

"You may ask: How can someone be considered wealthy if, for example, he is worth only $460,000? 

After all, he's not a millionaire. 

Charles Bobbins is a forty-one-year-old fireman. 

His wife is a secretary. 

They have a combined annual income of $55,000. 

According to our research findings, Mr. Bobbins should have a net worth of approximately $225,500. 

But he is worth much more than others in his income/age category. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins have been able to accumulate an above-average amount of net worth. 

Thus, they apparently know how to live on a fireman's and secretary's income and still save and invest a good bit. 

They likely have a low-consumption lifestyle. 

And given this lifestyle, Mr. Bobbins could sustain himself and his family for ten years without working. 

Within their income and age categories, the Bobbinses are wealthy."

Just scanning through "The Millionaire Next Door" and... wow...

How it defines wealthy is not what the media sells to us but what it shuns.

Much like the definition above.

I will get you an affiliated link for the book just in case you want to buy a copy for yourself via Amazon.com.


Sunday, January 4, 2015

Why I Say That The Law of Attraction DOESN'T Work!

My take on the Law of Attraction is that it doesn't work...without any follow up action to complement it.

You can use whatever technique you can get your hands on when it comes to "attracting" the things you want in your life.

But if you fail to take any action you believe or FEEL will help in getting you closer to your goal, then the "Law of Attraction" will not work as well for you.


Thank you.

I love you.

Happy New Year to You.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele