Robin Sacredfire

The Paradigm of Abundance: Why Rich People Have Money and You Don't

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Have you ever wondered why the rich are always rich and the poor struggle all their life to make some money?

Know that the real reason for that is not related to a job or how much you work, but an implant within your mind that makes you think and do things in a certain way and against your will most of the times.

This book intends to explain this paradigm and the main differences between the highest and lowest social classes, while introducing the concepts that make them be different.

Reading this book will help you understand why you think the way you do and how to change it, but also how to activate a magnetic mindset that will help you attract all the power and money you have ever wished for.

This book will reveal secrets that you will die without if not reading it, because they are among some of the biggest well-hidden secrets in mankind for millions of years.

It is because of them that some families are rich for hundreds of years and dozens of generations.

This is your chance to change your legacy and the path of the next generations under your name. This book will change your life!
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18 printed pages
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22 Lions
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  • MOhas quotedlast year
    Do you really think you will change your nature when having more money? You won’t! If you are evil now, you’ll become more evil afterwards; If you like to help others, you’ll probably help much more people with more money. Saving money or spending money, in whatever way and form, is not a condition to have money.

    Absolutely, you can’t give what you don’t have!

  • ianj1987has quoted8 years ago
    When a Bad student, is uncomfortable with his knowledge, such as believing that he knows too much, he will find a way to destroy his results, such as staying up late watching a movie before the exam, going to a party the night before with his friends, going drunk to the exam, or simply do simple mistakes that reduce the results, mistakes that are not in any way logical, such as doing a full, complex and extended mathematic operation correctly, and then, in the end, instead of writing, let’s say, 10 plus 2 equals 12, write 11 for no reason whatsoever; or even forgetting to answer questions.

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