What You “Get” in Life

Hi! This is Albie from Pasadena, California,

I want to share with you a book that changed my life. It’s called the Twelve Pillars by Jim Rohn.

He said: What You “become” directly influences what you “get”.

Jim Rohn said “Become a millionaire for what it makes of you to become that.

You see, what it makes of you is more important than the money. You must also like what you become.

I mean, Judas got the money, got the success but wasn’t happy with who he had become in betraying Jesus.

Don’t compromise your values in the process. You will regret who you become.

Money cannot be the end to all. “He who loves money never has enough.”

You will die rich but unhappy.

Not only will you be happy with yourself if you keep your values but should you lose the million dollars (which happens) then you have become the kind of person who can make it back.

You have no doubt heard of the person who won the lottery but couldn’t keep the money because they had not become the kind of person who knew what to do with it.

In the Bible it says that the servant who is faithful with little will be given more.

So be faithful with what you have. Make a profit from it and keep increasing your earnings. Study how to make more earnings and continually become the person who can not only handle what you have but who will do something valuable that will help others besides yourself.

If your final goal is to give back in greater quantity to what God originally gave you, then this has been a worthy goal.

Want to join my team and work together on building a business and achieving this together?

Reply back to this email with the subject: “show me how”

~Albie

SailingwithAlbie@gmail.com

626-379-5692

 

Written by Albion Derbyshire c 2019

Inspired by Jim Rohn

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