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The Rainy Day Syndrome

Tryon Edwards quoted by saying “Thoughts lead on to purposes; purposes go forth in action; actions form habits; habits decide character; and character fixes our destiny.”

As I was growing up and learning the issues of life I keep hearing renowned financial characters in our society advice people to save for the rainy day. That statement could be as old as the world itself. I have wondered if anyone actually practice this rainy day saving and if they do since we all know about this kind of saving, how come you are broke without a saving? There must be a genuine explanation for this. From Tryon Edwards quote the starting point was thought and the end point was destiny so it won’t be wrong if one conclude by saying thought leads to destiny. Your destiny is being shaped by your thought. The things you think most are the things that will be seen in your life. Your life basically attracts what you think. How you think is as a result of the files of information that has been stored in you. Thinking produces results. Think big and grow rich. Think small and grow poor. One event can be seen from different point of view by different people due to their pattern and method of thinking. For one the glass is half empty and for the other the same glass is half filled.

The Law of Attraction states that you will attract what you think. So, the more you think of the solution, the more you are going to attract the solution. “Energy flows where attention goes.” Instead of focusing on the problem, why not use the energy to think of the solution? Your attention for saving money is for “Rainy Day.” What this means is your energy flows towards a rainy day so after you have saved money if there are no rainy day your ‘thinking’ which in this case ‘saving for rainy day’ will create rainy events that will bring out the savings for use because this was exactly why the money was being saved in the first instance. The same applies for investments, if you save money for investment; your mind will create investment opportunities where you will plant your copper to produce more children. *** Please read from our previous blog; “Making Money Work” which will enable you to understand this statement; see link http://bit.ly/ZoVe2n

Saving for a rainy day is actually a very bad idea because it will eventually create a big problem for you. It becomes big because you are happy feeding the problem without knowing it is a problem. If you are saving money for rainy day you will definitely get rainy days and all your savings will be used to solve the rainy issue. Rather save money for joyous day or for investment opportunities and once you can do this, you will gain financial freedom.

The first law of intention is to recognize the face of creativity. Creativity in business is really about innovation and creating something from nothing using the power of your mind. Your mind can create rainy days even when the sun is shining on you and the rain would ruin your day.
Whatever is true, whatever is worthy of reverence and is honourable and seemly, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely and lovable, whatever is kind and winsome and gracious, if there is any virtue and excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think on and weigh and take account of these things [fix your minds on them]. Stop fixing your mind on rainy day, stop saving for rainy day. Your saving plan should be for joyous day or for investments. What you think you will create. Start thinking wealth and get on creating wealth. Start thinking about profitable investment and your thinking will create these powerful investments, your mind will attract good investments.

Investing Money
We are starting with small amount for our futuristic investment so that we could save enough money for the big investment. When I played the Cash flow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki I learnt something new; it is the Big Deals that actually make you rich. On your own you cannot invest in the BIG Deals, you need help or support. We were six that played the game, on the first day we were all in the rat race living in poverty and none can come out of it. We learnt on the second day of the game that we need a mentor; we need someone that is no longer in the rat race to mentor us through. We were ready to pay this mentor. On the second day from the advice from our mentor we decided to bank all our money as one, we concentrated on the person that earned less because he has the list expenses. Within five minutes he was out and brought in more money to invest in Big Deals. Under thirty minutes we were all out of the rat race, own more investment and created more wealth. The practicality of this game has been indebted in my mind in that I apply the same principle in my investment procedure.

Characteristics of Creative People
Creativity is defined as the tendency to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining ourselves and others. Creative people have a strong need to express more of who they really are and often have to fight for that right. The character Isabelle in the movie, ‘Fire and Ice’, has a great outlook on what it means to be creative, she says, “To create, sometimes you must rebel.”

Unconventional
Creative people do not feel the need to conform to society’s standards. They often swim against the current and flow with their own way of thinking and living. They have original ideas that literally turn the world upside down and right-side out. Take for example, the 16th century Italian astronomer, Galileo, who proved that the earth revolved around the sun (instead of the other way around), which was revolutionary in his time.

Individualistic
Creative people want to find out what the truth is, and they have a strong need to decide for themselves what works and what does not. Often they are ahead of their time, and much of their work is appreciated or acknowledged after they are dead and gone.

Inventive
Creative people live in the world of ideas, and don’t always have the best interpersonal skills. Because they are so highly intelligent, and live in the realm of possibility, they are constantly coming up with bright ideas. They also take notice of what is missing in the world and or what could be improved. Take for instance, Thomas Edison, who invented hundreds of things in his time, his most famous invention being the light bulb. He saw that there was darkness and then created light.

Driven
Creative people cannot stay without doing something. They are almost compulsive until they can bring their internal vision into fruition. They have that “fire in their belly” a passion to contribute to the beauty and betterment of the world. Because of their high drive, they can produce a lot in a relative short amount of time.

Visionary
Creative people have a guiding vision in their head, heart, and soul that they are often called to bring to life.

Intuitive
Creative people are very in touch with their inner selves. They pay attention to the signs, synchronicities, symbols around them, and make use of that information in their work. They often act as a channel, where ideas and inspiration come from a higher plane. They allow the work to guide them to where it needs to go. The work clearly originates in their soul, not from their ego. Talk about ideas coming from out of the blue, remember how the scientist, Isaac Newton “discovered” gravity? He was sitting under a tree and an apple fell on his head! Had he not made a connection with his intuitive nature, he would have missed a major theory about the world we live in!

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