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12 Principles To Accumulating Wealth to Share with Your Kids-The Final 3 of 12

May 29, 2012

I hope you all had an amazing holiday weekend. We went to a birthday party on Saturday night and tried to go to a Drive ins, Diners and Dives recommended place in Long Beach, CA, The LAst Cafe,  but it was closed. My daughter is a huge fan of the Food Network channel. Note to self to check the hours of operation next time.

Fear not we found another great place for lunch right on the water,  Parker’s Lighthouse.

Ok, now for the remaining 3 principles for accumulating wealth:

#10 Use Your Imagination

Words alone can not describe the power which lies in this faculty of the mind. It was once said, “All the breaks you need in your life wait within your imagination. It is the workshop of your mind, capable of turning mind- energy into accomplishment and wealth. It is here that all the plans ever created by men and women have taken shape.  The impulse, the idea, the form and action all come through the aid of the imaginative faculty of the mind.” Play with it. Learn to use it.

#11 Ask Powerful Questions

Get into the habit of using your brain power by posing questions and then noticing the answers when they show up. It’s as if they just ‘pop’ into your head. Sometimes it’s immediate and sometimes you have to wait on it for a day or two. Ask yourself a lot of good, powerful and positive questions.

# 12 Make a Vision board or call it a Dream Board for Kids

Cut out pictures of whatever you desire and put it on a board you can see everyday. Have places you want to go, things you want to have, words that inspire and empower you and a check with an amount filled in. Everything you currently have or experience first started with you envisioning  yourself with it first.

Plan your life’s adventure in your head first.

Have a great week!

Christine Douglas

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