Posts Tagged Inspirations

Tips for Creating Wealth

Every time I hear about “creating wealth”, I always think of those late night infomercials. Or those weekend seminars that try to lure people into false expectations while taking them for a ride.

climbing-red-flower.jpgBut these tips I found from a Canadian motivational speaker, T. Harv Eker, is pretty basic and makes sense. I’ve been living with these same principles for some time, before I even heard about them. I think it’s made me a much calmer and more understanding person.

Tips for Creative Wealth

-Stop being a victim. Stop blaming, rationalizing, stop complaining.

-Stop resenting rich and successful people. Admire and model them.

-Play the money game to win. Stop playing to survive. Go out there to create massive earnings and wealth.

-Think both: I can be rich and spiritual, rich and generous, rich and kind.

-Act in spite of fear. If you’re afraid, that’s good. It means you’re pushing out of your comfort zone.

-Be bigger then your problems. Most people are smaller than their problems. Don’t just try to avoid or get rid of them. Be bigger than them.

-You obviously have to manage your money well. Rich people manage their money well, poor people manage poorly.


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Ruby Red Guava Soaps

Lately I’ve been really interested in making my own soaps. The process sounds simple, but the steps have to be taken with due consideration. As some of the ingredients used (such as lye) can be dangerous. So the next best thing for me now is to just buy the handmade stuff.

The company I really like is Pacifica. They first started out with lovely soy candles. And now they have soaps for about $7. The company is based in Portland, Oregon. They are also a great company that stands behind their products. Fine ingredients and care for Mother Earth. My favorite soap is the “Hawaiin Ruby guava”. The smell bring up stories of my mother’s childhood of growing up in a guava orchard in Asia.

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Perfect Life


When you look back on your life, it looks as though it were a plot, but when you are into it, it’s a mess: just one surprise after another. Then, later, you see it was perfect.


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