In this jet age, the principle of sowing and reaping still remains relevant. Also, in the financial world, it does not lose its importance. To receive something, you have to give it out first. You don’t have to be greedy with what you have. Yes, the richer a person becomes, the richer he wants to be but then the more you give, the more you receive.
As a financial literate, you must learn the habit of giving. This is a secret that has helped many. If you observe carefully the lives of the rich and wealthy, you discover that they are continually on the go to give to others through donations, prizes, community development etc. Giving has a way of coming back to you especially in multiple folds. This may be the last thing one may want to do but then it works. You just have to give it more priority. Depending on the magnitude of your benevolence, you can give out a certain percentage of your monthly income to others. This does not necessarily include your immediate family members and cherished friends.
At this point, it is very important to note that you shouldn’t give to receive but you should give to give. Give from a willing heart. Give to actually be a blessing to others and you will see a blessing coming to you.
BE A GIVER! BE A BLESSING TO SOMEONE! HAPPY GIVING!
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Originally posted on September 16th 2018 on www.thefinancialliterate.wordpress.com (A previous version of The Financial Literate Blog)