|Some people may look at the “bakeries” of wealth around them and wonder, “How did they bake those cakes? What recipe did they use? What ingredients?” and then try to figure it out on their own through trial and error. Following someone else’s recipe would be much faster and easier.
These amateur chefs try to re-create the recipes of the top wealth chefs but can’t seem to get their own cash cake to rise. We think it’s because they’ve been adding ingredients that spoil the recipe—such as a negative attitude or a poisonous relationship. Or they’ve been leaving out key ingredients—such as persistence or faith in a Higher Power.
Source: Cash in a Flash: Fast Money in Slow Times
by Mark V. Hansen and Robert G. Allen
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