It’s probably one of the most misguided questions I’ve ever seen.
Some people do believe that money is the root of all evil. There are also people who believe money can’t buy happiness. Then, you have people who think acquiring money will cost them something that they hold in much higher regard - time, relationships, or health, for example.
It’s not that simple.
Tell me “money is the root of all evil” when you buy a meal for a starving child. Or feed a family for a month somewhere in the world with what you make in a day… or an hour.
Tell me money can’t buy happiness when you’ve been able to pay for the treatment of your ailing dog and they are back to full health and running around with you in the yard.
Lack of money is worse than what you’d “lose” by working to get it.
Meaning… money does not automatically set you free. But the lack of money will absolutely enslave you. It will limit your choices, your movement (travel, etc.), and what you can do to take care of yourself and others.
A pile of money won’t magically fix your life. It won’t fix your emotional trauma you dealt with as a child. It won’t fix lack of deep relationships… it won’t replace human connection. It also won’t fix your relationship with yourself.
But… money will help you start working on those things and more if they’re lacking from your life.
For example, if you’re dealing with emotional trauma - and most of us are during this trying time… experts and resources are often just a click away if you have money.
Is there a way to get money without giving up anything?
Yes. This leads me to the biggest lesson about money.
It’s easier to attract it than to pursue it.
Right now, you’re probably pursuing wealth (not just financial!) with one foot on the gas, and the other on the brake.
Once you see what I am about to share, it explains everything.
It explains when you get your hands on a brilliant opportunity, make the first steps and then all of a sudden you find that you’ve procrastinated for a month on it.
It also explains why you keep sabotaging your most important relationships. Not necessarily money related.
Plus… it also might help explain issues with substance abuse.
Explaining it, however, is not enough.
We also need to start to work on healing.
Let’s go back to money for a moment. It’s true money doesn’t have a moral compass. It goes as easily to the sinner as the saint. But it’s easier to have money flow to you if you create favorable conditions for it to do so.
Such as explained here:
It’s a short video, just about 7 minutes long. And if you want to take full advantage of these insights, you will be able to join a comprehensive course that deals with attracting money and other vitally important things we’re facing - absolutely free - if you promise to consume it.
The bottom line is this.
In order to make money flow to you, you need to fix your relationship with it. That’s all there is to it, really.
It doesn’t mean you need to invent something one-of-a-kind, become the next Amazon, or spend ten thousand hours mastering something so you can outvalue the next expert.
The game of money is best played by finding people in a specific situation who are willing to take specific measures to rectify it.
Get the x-ray vision to spot these opportunities here: