How To Attract And Grow Genuine Money: Hard Lessons From Life

By Steve Biko Wafula / Published November 21, 2023 | 7:53 am




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Sex is a powerful energy that can either enhance or diminish our wealth creation. Sex is not just a physical act, but a spiritual exchange that affects our aura and vibration.


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Money is a powerful force that can make or break our lives. We all want to have enough money to live comfortably and achieve our dreams. But how do we attract and grow genuine money that is sustainable and ethical? How do we avoid the pitfalls and traps that can ruin our finances and our happiness?

I have struggled with these questions for a long time. I have tried different ways to make money, working hard and hustling, but often ending up frustrated and exhausted. I have learned some hard and painful lessons along the way, and I want to share them with you. These are not the typical tips and tricks that you find in most books and blogs. These are deeper and more spiritual insights that have transformed my relationship with money and wealth.

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Here are the five lessons that life has taught me: 

The relationship between YOU and TIME will be the foundation of how you relate and engage with MONEY, WEALTH, and SUCCESS. Time is the most precious resource that we have. How we use our time determines how we create value and earn money. If we waste our time on trivial and unproductive activities, we will miss out on opportunities and potential income. If we invest our time wisely and strategically, we will reap the rewards and benefits. We need to be mindful of how we spend our time and prioritize the things that matter most. We need to set goals and deadlines and follow through with action and discipline. We need to balance our work and rest and avoid burnout and stress. Time is money, and money is time.

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The integrity of your sexual relationships has a significant impact on how you make money and close deals. Sex is a powerful energy that can either enhance or diminish our wealth creation. Sex is not just a physical act, but a spiritual exchange that affects our aura and vibration. If we engage in sex with multiple partners, or with people who are not aligned with our values and vision, we will lower our frequency and attract negative outcomes. If we are faithful and loyal to one partner, or abstain from sex altogether, we will raise our frequency and attract positive outcomes. Sex is not a casual or cheap thing, but a sacred and precious thing. Sex is not a tool or a weapon, but a gift and a blessing. Sex is not a liability or a risk, but an asset and an opportunity.

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Consistently building on positive and virtuous habits will boost your money and wealth. Habits are the building blocks of our character and destiny. What we do repeatedly shapes who we are and what we achieve. If we cultivate good habits that support our growth and development, we will increase our chances of success and prosperity. Some of the habits that I have found helpful are:

  1. Consistent praying. Praying is a way of connecting with God and the source of all abundance. Praying helps us to express our gratitude, ask for guidance, and receive inspiration. Praying also helps us to align our will with God’s will, and to surrender our worries and fears. Praying is not a ritual or a duty, but a relationship and a privilege.
  1. Eating right. Eating right is a way of nourishing our body and mind. Eating right helps us to maintain our health, vitality, and immunity. Eating right also helps us to avoid diseases, disorders, and deficiencies. Eating right is not a diet or a restriction, but a lifestyle and a choice.
  1. Sleeping properly. Sleeping properly is a way of restoring our energy and creativity. Sleeping properly helps us to relax, rejuvenate, and refresh. Sleeping properly also helps us to process our emotions, memories, and learnings. Sleeping properly is not a luxury or a waste, but a necessity and a benefit.
  1. Doing follow-ups on every opportunity that comes to you. Doing follow-ups is a way of showing interest and commitment. Doing follow-ups helps us to build rapport, trust, and credibility. Doing follow-ups also helps us to overcome objections, resolve issues, and close deals. Doing follow-ups is not a hassle or a bother, but a skill and a habit.
  1. Tithing right. Tithing right is a way of honoring God and the principle of giving and receiving. Tithing right helps us to acknowledge the source of our income, and to share our blessings with others. Tithing right also helps us to attract more abundance, and to experience the joy of generosity. Tithing right is not a law or a burden, but a grace and a reward.
  1. Engaging in at least seven ventures, yes, eight, as you don’t know which one will bring profit to you or what disaster will befall the land. This has a foundation in Ecclesiastes 11:2. Engaging in multiple ventures is a way of diversifying our income and reducing our risk. Engaging in multiple ventures helps us to explore our talents, passions, and opportunities. Engaging in multiple ventures also helps us to leverage our resources, network, and influence. Engaging in multiple ventures is not a gamble or a distraction, but a strategy and a wisdom.
  1. Do adequate exercise like walking at least 20,000 steps a day. Doing exercise is a way of improving our physical and mental well-being. Doing exercise helps us to stay fit, strong, and flexible. Doing exercise also helps us to release stress, boost mood, and enhance cognition. Doing exercise is not a chore or a punishment, but fun and a reward.
  1. The person you marry will define the trajectory of your wealth creation. Marriage is a partnership that can either support or sabotage our money and wealth. Marriage is not just a romantic or emotional bond, but a financial and legal contract. The person we marry will influence our decisions, actions, and results. If we marry someone who shares our vision, values, and goals, we will have a partner who will encourage, motivate, and assist us. If we marry someone who opposes our vision, values, and goals, we will have a partner who will discourage, demotivate, and hinder us. Marriage is not a lottery or a gamble, but a deliberate and conscious effort.
  1. Your greatest asset as an individual on a desperate path to wealth creation is your health. Health is the foundation of our wealth and happiness. Health is not just the absence of disease, but the presence of vitality and harmony. Health is not something we can take for granted, but something we need to guard and protect. Health is not something we can buy or sell, but something we need to cherish and appreciate. Health is not a cost or a liability, but an investment and an asset.

These are the lessons that life has taught me the hard way. I hope they will help you to attract and grow genuine money and wealth. For more, bookmark and subscribe to sokodirectory.com @sokodirectory.

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About Steve Biko Wafula

Steve Biko is the CEO OF Soko Directory and the founder of Hidalgo Group of Companies. Steve is currently developing his career in law, finance, entrepreneurship and digital consultancy; and has been implementing consultancy assignments for client organizations comprising of trainings besides capacity building in entrepreneurial matters.He can be reached on: +254 20 510 1124 or Email: info@sokodirectory.com

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