by Denis Waitley
With a little discipline and patience, you can make your journey to abundance and personal fulfillment a downhill flow instead of an uphill struggle. The key is to use the “overflowing buckets” concept of creating financial independence.
Picture your life as a five-step stairway, with you standing at the top and Fulfillment waiting for you at the bottom. Complete this picture by placing a large, empty bucket on each of the five steps and labeling the
Okay, so today I figured out one of my big triggers for impulse spending...anger! I am sooo angry at a friend of mine right now (long story involving lots of passive aggression from her and hopping up and down like a lunatic trying to get her to say something from me).
In any case, after I left her today, all I wanted to do was go shopping, spend money randomly on things I a)don't need and b) have no business buying...it felt like addiction, like that reckless little voice in your
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