Son of Jaws

Updated insider information by Chellie Campbell, author of “The Wealthy Spirit: Daily Affirmations for Financial Stress Reduction” 10 Minutes a Day to a Wealthy Spirit – Daily Facebook Live videos Join the new Facebook private group “The Wealthy Spirit Group” today! 243-August 31 “A pessimist, confronted with two bad choices, chooses both.”—Jewish Proverb “Trouble, my friend, you got trouble. That begins with a ‘T’ and that rhymes with ‘P’ and that stands for…prospect,” I thought to myself, paraphrasing the words and music from "The Music Man". I watched the prospective client pace in front of me as he ranted and raved about his last bookkeeper. He complained vociferously about … [Read more...]


242-August 30 “The art of acceptance is the art of making someone who has just done you a small favor wish that he might have done you a greater one.”—Russell Lynes It is a universal principle of money that whatever money you obtain dishonestly, by lying, cheating, swindling, or in any way taking money that isn’t rightfully yours, will be taken back from you tenfold. At least. The reverse is also true. Whatever money you gain by serving others with love and joy, will be given back to you tenfold. Wealth, riches, joy and abundance, pressed down, overflowing. It doesn’t always appear that this is so. Resentful people are often fond of pointing out rich people with ill-gotten gains that seem to have come from deceptive practices, … [Read more...]

Retirement Planning

239-August 27 “It isn’t necessary to be rich and famous to be happy. It’s only necessary to be rich.”—Alan Alda She was fifty-five years old and worked on an assembly line for a major corporation. It was time to retire, she told Dianne, the certified financial planner. Other people she knew didn’t have much money and were retiring, and she felt she should, too. “How much money do you have in your 401K plan?” the financial planner asked. “Around $20,000,” she replied. “And do you have additional savings?” “No.” “Investments in real estate?” “No.” “Alimony? Expectation of inheritance? Other sources of income?” “No.” The financial planner shook her head sadly, and explained that $20,000 wasn’t going to be … [Read more...]

The Lessons of The Richest Man in Babylon

238-August 26 “Albert Einstein, when asked what he considered the most powerful force in the Universe, answered: ‘Compound interest!’”—Mignon McLaughlin George Clason wrote a wonderful little book entitled The Richest Man in Babylon. It is the story of a group of trades people in ancient times in the city of Babylon. The butcher, the blacksmith, the shopkeeper, and others are talking together about money. They marvel how one of them became the richest man in town, when he started out as just the potter down the street from them. How did he do it? they wonder. They are all still struggling day to day to get by. They decide that they will all go together to ask him to share with them the secret of becoming wealthy. The richest man … [Read more...]

Making Money While You Sleep

237-August 25 “Each of us has the choice—we must make money work for us, or we must work for money.”—Conrad Leslie A doctor and his wife who had heard me speak flew me to Oklahoma to speak to their staff on customer service. It was a nice group of about fifteen people, and we had a great meeting over dinner as I coached them on Office Etiquette. After dinner, Dr. John, his wife, Mary, and I sat quietly discussing money and business. He told me that one night, he was lying awake in bed and thought, “I make a lot of money working as a cosmetic surgeon, but if I don’t show up for work, I don’t make anything. My money is totally dependent on my working hours.” He turned to me and said, “But I want to make money while I’m sleeping! I … [Read more...]