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Why Do you Want to Get Rich with Your Own Home-Based Business? by David Parton

Why Do you Want to Get Rich with Your own Home-Based Business? This may seem like a silly question but it is deeper than it appears. Why do you want to get rich?

To have more money,obviously. Right. But what does that mean? Why is being rich so important to everyone you talk to? There is no universal answer for that. We all have our different reasons.

In order to attract those riches into your life you have to have a clear picture of the benefits of your desire. Vague thoughts like: “I want to be a Millionaire,” will not be enough to set the wheels of prosperity into motion.

You have to ask yourself “What would being rich do for me?”

For me I see being rich as a way to:

  • travel more

  • spend more time on my hobbies and creative interests

  • set my own working hours and working conditions

  • spend more time with my friends and family

  • eliminate debts

  • secure a generous retirement income

  • pamper my parents for all their love,support and patience

  • go First Class if I feel the need

  • contribute more to charities and help those in need

I could go on with a much longer list but I think I have made my point. These things help add substance to my desire, but there is one more step.

If I had these conditions in my life right now, how would that make me feel?

  • It makes me feel free.

  • I am excited in knowing I can pursue all the opportunities that come my way to grow, learn and share

  • I am free to express my zest for life.

  • I am free to develop a life that gives back to the world that has given me so much.

The desire for freedom is what motivates me to develop a successful business. I see the cultivation of prosperity as a way to attain that freedom. This is very powerful knowledge for me. I am aware that having wealth will not be without it’s challenges and I don’t expect all my problems to disappear. Nevertheless…

Why do I want to be rich?


- David Parton 2005

About The Author

David Parton:

Helping others and myself Improve their income and boost their health and energy levels with Tahitian Noni Juice.

Distributor of Tahitian Noni Juice

An Economical Retirement Investment Plan by Charles M O’Melia

The practice of economy, directed toward a retirement investment plan in the stock market, is in itself a source of great revenue. It is the art of making the most out of every stock market investment, with the definite purpose or goal being to provide a life that is fully independent of monetary concerns.

But the economy of making each investment in the stock market does come with a price. It will require self-denial (the money invested is not spent for goods or services). Economy and self-denial, I’m afraid go hand-in-hand. To truly benefit from a stock market investment, a savings plan should be adopted and a systematic approach of dollar-cost-averaging (buying the same stock at different prices) should take place; and when the purchase should take place, economically clearly defined.

How to use your investment dollars will require forethought, patience and wisdom, for they are the pillars of economy.

Before making any stock market investments know exactly what you expect from those investments. Have the patience for the investments to fulfill the expectation, and the wisdom to know exactly how the investments will fulfill the expectation.

A forethought example:

I want every stock market investment to supply me with ever-increasing cash for the rest of my life. I want my retirement investment portfolio income to grow until the income from my portfolio replaces the income from my job when I retire.

A patience example:

I will make quarterly investments into each security owned to raise the cash dividend supplied by each stock market investment. I will start by owning three companies which will supply me with cash dividends every month of the year. I will also add the cash dividends to the quarterly investments. I will build this stock market retirement investment plan up until I own 500 shares of all three companies. Once 500 shares of each company are owned, I will begin investing in three more companies. Owning six companies will provide ever-increasing cash dividends twice a month, until I retire. My patience will eventually acquire 12 companies, providing me with income every week of the year.

A wisdom example:

I will only purchase those companies that have a historical record of raising their dividend each year. I know that a low 2% dividend paying stock is not necessarily bad. It means the company in question is a growth stock, using most of its profits to expand. A growth stock makes up for the lower dividend yield by faster stock appreciation in the marketplace (however, the company will still show a historical record of raising their dividend each year). I will diversify into 3 stocks, right from the get-go, even if it means I start off with as little as 5 shares of each company. I will not pay commission-fees. I will place emphasis on increasing the cash income paid to me from all my stock market retirement investments.

I will also: "Put less emphasis on increasing this week’s pay, more emphasis on increasing my earning power by the right reading." – Donald Laird

For some right reading try the PREFACE from the book ‘The Stockopoly Plan – Investing for Retirement.’ Visit:

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About The Author

Charles M. O’Melia is an individual investor with almost 40 years of experience and passion for the stock market. The author of the book The Stockopoly Plan – Investing for Retirement; published by American-Book Publishing. You can invest in the book at:

Blessing the Money You Spend by Sam Stevens

A young girl opens a birthday card from her grand mother and folded inside the card is a crisp $100 bill along with congratulations and sincere wishes and hopes for happiness. A successful store rewards its customers who spend more than $20 with a bonus service or gift. A woman I know writes hearts on her cheques and blesses her creditors each time she makes a payment on a loan.

These individuals don’t know it but they are practicing a classic cosmic law of prosperity as well as blessing others with their good wishes. The young girl’s confidence is increased and the $100 brings her hundreds of more dollars as she gets her first job. The store experiences increased business as customers remember the kind gesture and return again and again to re-experience the friendly vibration represented by the initial bonus or gift. One month, the woman is unable to make her loan payment on time, yet mysteriously, the payment is held for her without penalty.

The types of actions describe above can be truly described as Money Magic at it’s highest level. Most people think a money spell is about receiving money, however you can also spread blessings and increase your own good fortune by attaching and focusing a magical energy to the money you send out.

The key to this law of prosperity is to bless rather than curse or resent the money you have to pay others. The key is to see money as energy as opposed to a tangible object. One practice in magic is to gather, build and then release energy to achieve a particular purpose. That is why businesses often display the first few dollars that they earn and tape them above the cash register. This money represents “good luck” and additional good fortune.

It is no coincidence that we call the coins jingling in our pockets “change," as money can be used ritually to effect positives changes in your life. However our subconscious perceptions of money can stop us from being rich. Instinctively or subconsciously we may resent our bills or the money we must give to others. Money that is sent out with thoughts of resentment, anxiety or desperation tends to draw more resentful, anxious or desperate situations to the sender.

Although it is a spiritual sin to worship money as an object, or covet it or hoard it is still an energy t you should see as sacred in terms of its spiritual status as energy. As it involves an exchange of energy, it is considered to be part of the divine circulation and a way of circulating blessings and love.

To create this kind of money magic, make the monthly “pain” of paying your bills into a ritual. Every time you pay your mortgage, see it as a blessing on your home. Treat your taxes as a way of supporting and blessing all those who use the services that are created with that money. I even sometimes kiss a bill after I pay it. It sounds ridiculous but it helps change the energy associated with paying bills from a negative to positive polarity.

There is a spiritual law as well that whatever you send out, returns to you three times three or even ten fold. Rather than performing spells to get money, try thinking the money you spend as a blessing for others. And if you do perform a money ritual, candle burning or otherwise for yourself, it is always a good thing at the very end of the spell to wish that every one else on the planet that is in need of increased prosperity, have their wish granted as well.

Here is general affirmation prosperity:

"All that I touch turns to gold and green: I am a magnet drawing prosperity. As my prosperity increases so does the prosperity of all those that I pay. I pray for the best for all those I pay. Money circulates freely in my life. I shall never be weary of doing the right thing, for when I least expect it I shall reap my rewards."

About The Author

Sam Steven’s metaphysical articles have been published in many high-standing newspapers and she has published several books. You can meet Sam Stevens at where she works as a professional psychic. You can also read more of her articles at where she is the staff writer. Currently she is studying technology’s impact on the metaphysics.

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