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Sorry I haven’t been writing much lately. I’m back taking classes again (learning never ends) and, along with full-time work, there’s not as much time for writing these days.
But I’m still doing a lot of thinking so eventually there’s going to be something that just has to get out.
This is one of those times.
Some time back I wrote about the concept of compounding.
Compounding is a term investors use to talk about earning interest and one’s gains “compounding” over time.
It’s a beautiful thing and you’re really missing out if you’re not doing taking part.
REALLY missing out.
Here is my favorite investment resource, for beginners and more advanced alike, if you’d like to check it out.
I kid you not when I say it changed my life and I shudder to think of how much I would have missed out on had I not read it.
In my article on compounding, though, I made the point that compounding is not just relegated to the world of finance.
It is in fact a universal concept that is being applied in our own lives even right now, whether you realize it or not.
So you probably better realize it!
In any case, I stumbled upon this video on YouTube earlier today from a former occultist (I do not endorse occultism, for the record) who also discovered this principle from another angle applied to the law of attraction and I thought it was fascinating how the concepts intertwined.
He gives a great example of how to grow more of what you want in your life, which if you do, you will then see the compounding effects I wrote about start to take off.
The Law of Attraction is in reality comprised of many things, which include self-care, self-growth, and compounding.
Anyway, give it a listen and then read my original article to see if these are concepts you can apply to your own life to not only get what you want out of it, but exponentially more!
My original article, You’re Always Compounding Something. Are You Paying Attention Yet?
*As always, this article is not meant to give financial advice. Past results are not a guarantee of future returns. Everyone must do their own due diligence and determine the money managing and wealth building strategies that work best for them. Information provided here is meant to provoke thoughts, not provide recommendations. This is not personal legal or investment advice and may not be appropriate for all readers. If personal advice is needed, readers should seek the services of a qualified legal, investment or tax professional.