What Does Money Say About YOUR Character?
Money is either a good or bad influence, according to the character of the person who possesses it.
It’s true. A man’s true character is shown in one of two ways. When an individual is at the top of their mountain with plenty of money and accolades or when they are broke and at the bottom of the mountain.
Money has no character, no personality, no values. Its actions only reflect the desires of its owner. Money is able to be used to build great hospitals and schools, or it is able to be gambled away or squandered on meaningless possessions. Money may build museums to house beautiful works of art, it may construct beautiful houses of worship — or it may be used to create instruments of war and destruction.
As you build your personal wealth, make sure you build your character by setting aside a portion of your income to help others. Choose a church, a charity, or a cause that you can enthusiastically support. Then give of your money and your time in support of the cause. The primary beneficiary of such noble actions is always the one who gives, instead of the one who receives.
Lessons Learned From Napoleon Hill!
GJ Reynolds, simply known as “G”, is a passionate playful & powerful warrior entrepreneur, business developer, trainer, public speaker, life transformer and author. G is driven to assist others to reach their full potential and to reclaim their personal power and transform their life, health, and prosperity. He loves to teach the individuals and entrepreneurs he works with, to live in their magnificence and be the playful and powerful warriors they are.
G loves people and loves life. He loves to have fun, is playful, and jokes around with all people! G is at his best when working with like-minded entrepreneurs and professionals. He chooses to live a life of purpose, on purpose and for purpose.
G’s Definition of Success: One of G’s mentors, Coach John Wooden (former UCLA Basketball) taught him this and he has adopted it for himself: Success is peace of mind that is obtained from the self-satisfaction of knowing that I have made the effort to do the very best of which I am capable.