What are you focusing on?

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“The very act of seeking money itself is one of the reasons why I didn’t have any money” ~ Brandon Broadwater 

*Brandon became a millionaire before he was 30

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Brandon became a millionaire before he was 30, because he figured out that Higher Laws operate on a paradox.

If you want to be rich there’s something else you have to focus on besides money.

What is it?

Find out here in this video.

PS – If you go after the money, you won’t get very far.

Why do we Overlook Opportunities Right in Front of Us?

Why do we overlook opportunities that a right in front of us? Seriously, why do we not see what has been in front of us the whole time?

If we don’t step up to the edge and look for the abundance of opportunities that currently exist there, then we will find ourselves lacking results… and later lacking fulfillment. So how can we find these opportunities that are right before us? Here is something that will help, but keep in mind we must first step outside of ourselves to serve others. This is not just a Higher Law, it is a Business Principle that produces results. It is not just a Business Principle, it is a Success Principle that produces results!

So where can we begin? For me, whenever I pay more attention and look deeper into the seemingly ordinary experiences of life, I discover how abundant this Universe really is. It is as if the Universe is throwing opportunities at me.
What is the lesson for you… in this quote below that I recently shared in a training session?

“If you want to Serve, just go to the present”

– Brandon J. Broadwater

 

“God does not begin by asking us about our ability, but only about our availability, and if we then prove our dependability, he will increase our capability.”

― Neal A. Maxwell

Lets challenge ourselves to forget ourselves, and get to work. Paradoxically, we will find that the very act thereof will not only increase our “capability” as Maxwell highlighted, but it will also have a natural by-product of drawing in great treasures of opportunity.

Brandon Broadwater