Success is Natural

by | Feb 14, 2000 | Archives

Incredible success is natural and should not be something unusual nor special. We all possess the ability to gain extraordinary abundance through the process of our ordinary living each and every day. Wise ones have been telling us this fact almost since society began.

The 14th century Kasmiri poetess Lala tells us this wonderful truth in a hauntingly beautiful poem:

“Dance with nothing on but air. Sing wearing nothing but the sky. Look out on the glowing day. What clothes could be so beautiful? What clothes could be so sacred?”


We do not have to do something special or different to become rich. The pure beauty in living our regular, daily activities can bring us unimaginable wealth. In fact my studies of truly successful people have found that the real success of extraordinary investors and business people lay in their ordinariness. They profit even as they walk out onto a street and spot a new item in a store, or order some new type of meal in a restaurant. Their success comes from within, a deep, intuitive spark.

“Here is something people will want or here is a business that can grow,” they will say. They feel the reason why there will be success because they are in touch with that which is ordinary within! Then they apply their measures, numbers, etc. to integrate their external disciplines with the internal strengths they possess.

Quantum wealth comes from learning how to tap the quantum knowledge which is within us all and applying this wisdom to the financial knowledge that we already possess.

Be what you are. Just be it better and clearer! Look at the process more. There are millions just like you who buy, sell. These are your markets, unique and better for you than any others. Understanding yourself is understanding an entire world. Knowing and really feeling this fact is the source of genuine confidence.

Huge institutions spend billions in market research to have confidence that their marketing strategies and products are right. Yet the best market research in the world is yours free when you simply look within.