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The Patterns of Prosperity

Posted By: Randy GageJune 10, 2015

One thing I’ve learned about prosperity is this: It manifests itself from patterns. Things that start out small eventually grow big.

We spend a lot of time obsessing over major decisions: what college to go to, should we get married, or should we get divorced. And major decisions like those dramatically impact your life. But those big decisions are always brought about by hundreds, or even thousands, of minor decisions. The decisions you make every day.

If you tell little lies to yourself, one day you wake up to discover reality, and it’s not a nice one.

If you drink four to six diet sodas a day, at some point that leads to a decision about open-heart surgery, or amputating a leg.

If you make excuses for yourself, you’re pretty much preparing for failure.

When you tell others what they want to hear, you create superficial relationships with no integrity.

The good news is you always have the choice to set positive patterns. Patterns that manifest into health, happiness, and prosperity.

When you make time to exercise every day for a month, it becomes a lifelong habit and you enjoy optimal health.

When you make yourself do uncomfortable tasks, you develop self-discipline.

When you choose to increase raw fruits and vegetables in your diet, you lose weight, gain energy, and live longer.

When you choose to read regularly, you become a lifelong learner.

When you create a Prosperity Manifestation Map, you program your subconscious mind with those intentions every time you walk by it.

When you force yourself to soldier on through adversity, you develop character.

When you deal with difficult situations immediately instead of procrastinating, you develop leadership skills.

When you choose to see the good, give people the benefit of the doubt, and expect great results, you change you – and changing you is the fastest way to manifesting true prosperity.

-RG

16 comments on “The Patterns of Prosperity”

  1. Absolutely right... we tend to only notice the big things in life (ours and other peoples), which we attribute as being the sole causes, but the truth really is in the little small things compounded over time. One really good resource on this subject is the book The Slight Edge, by Jeff Olson, it really is an eye opener on the power of compounding.
    Bless you Randy for your weekly posts and the energy you invest in making this world better.

  2. Now that I read this I realize how true it is. I've been making some changes over the last months and I can see how my life is improving and how I'm getting closer and closer to my true prosperity. I feel totally grateful for having you as one of my mentors and for all the daily inspiration, thanks Randy!

  3. Thank you Randy... very helpful! We are creatures of Habits... so organise the habit that take us to our goal... It Sounds go to me...

  4. Randy, You are Always "On The Money". You can't make any "change" if you don't let go of those "old dollars". You have been a guiding light to me since the late 90's, and I am grateful for all your hard work. Rock-On!!! Many Blessings-Scott

  5. Perhaps importantly, it is never too late to take action.  For years the UK government advice about what to eat in general and what to put into your system in particular has been based on advice from studies funded by the food industry.  Sadly, I and many others followed that and it is only since the advent of the internet that we have been able to connect with less dependent sources and myself and others have now adopted the approach that you describe above.

    Whilst I am Type 2 diabetic now, I had no idea what diabetes was prior to being diagnosed in the early 2000s (and I accept responsibility for where I am, as well as my then ignorance).  Fortunately I am now fitter and healthier because of the independent advice that is so readily available online - should we choose to action it.

    What I love about your posts Randy, is that they always describe simple actions that we all can take.

    Thank you for that.

  6. Wow, Randy, I read the post about gaining wisdom and this post also today.  It seems that we advocate for similar causes.  My business is called http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/, and I  encourage people to reach their highest potential in life, which is very similar to what you are doing here.  Awesome!  
    I love the fact that you are encouraging positive decisions that can compound to achieve success and prosperity.  I wrote a post that may also add value to anyone who is interested in achieving success and prosperity.  The post reveals the http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/12-undeniable-laws-for-prosperity/ from my book on prosperity (along with explanation for each).  
    It is many people who speak on prosperity that are only teaching positive thinking rather than the complete transformation that is required to attain true prosperity.  In my book, http://amzn.to/1dN5YPB, I mentioned how prosperity means that spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being is prospering.  As you have explained here, persistence in compounding good decisions is CRUCIAL to success.  The book says:
    “What is a million dollar house with no relationships to enjoy it with?  What is an expensive car with no ideas of where to go?  What is a luxury membership to a leisure club with no time?  What benefit would it be to sit in the VIP section of a sporting outing without health?  As King Solomon said:
    “Meaningless! Meaningless!”
    It is very important for us to sow positive seeds in all areas of our lives, so that we can see them all prosper, and experience true prosperity and fulfillment; not simply lots of money (which is good, but not as a standalone).  You mentioned how we tell lies to ourselves when we want to give into temptation.  I completely understand how we lie to ourselves, typically, the thoughts are inspired by lust,  selfish ambition, pride, jealousy, or another fruit of the flesh.  In response, I wanted to add a biblical affirmations that are really helpful when temptation arises.  When we begin to lie to ourselves, attempting to convince ourselves that wrong behaviors are right, you can say:
    “I am aligning my actions to those things that demonstrate love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control now.  I abandon my fleshly desires, and submit myself to the will of God.”
    Quoting biblical affirmations helps me ALOT!  Thanks for offering valuable information to increase others!
    -Tiffany Domena

  7. Wow, Randy, I read the post about gaining wisdom and this post also today.  It seems that we advocate for similar causes.  My business is called http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/, and I  encourage people to reach their highest potential in life, which is very similar to what you are doing here.  Awesome!  
    I love the fact that you are encouraging positive decisions that can compound to achieve success and prosperity.  I wrote a post that may also add value to anyone who is interested in achieving success and prosperity.  The post reveals the http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/12-undeniable-laws-for-prosperity/ from my book on prosperity (along with explanation for each).  
    There are many people who speak on prosperity that are only teaching positive thinking rather than the complete transformation that is required to attain true prosperity.  In my book, http://amzn.to/1dN5YPB, I mentioned how prosperity means that spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being is prospering.  As you have explained here, persistence in compounding good decisions is CRUCIAL to success.  The book says:
    “What is a million dollar house with no relationships to enjoy it with?  What is an expensive car with no ideas of where to go?  What is a luxury membership to a leisure club with no time?  What benefit would it be to sit in the VIP section of a sporting outing without health?  As King Solomon said:
    “Meaningless! Meaningless!”
    It is very important for us to sow positive seeds in all areas of our lives, so that we can see them all prosper, and experience true prosperity and fulfillment; not simply lots of money (which is good, but not as a standalone).  You mentioned how we tell lies to ourselves when we want to give into temptation.  I completely understand how we lie to ourselves.  Typically, the thoughts of negative momentum are inspired by lust,  selfish ambition, pride, jealousy, or another fruit of the flesh.  In response, I wanted to add a biblical affirmation that is really helpful when temptation arises.  When we begin to lie to ourselves, attempting to convince ourselves that wrong behaviors are right, you can say:
    “I am aligning my actions to those things that demonstrate love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control now.  I abandon my fleshly desires, and submit myself to the will of God.”
    Quoting biblical affirmations helps me ALOT!  Thanks for offering valuable information to increase others!
    -Tiffany Domena

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  • 16 comments on “The Patterns of Prosperity”

    1. Absolutely right... we tend to only notice the big things in life (ours and other peoples), which we attribute as being the sole causes, but the truth really is in the little small things compounded over time. One really good resource on this subject is the book The Slight Edge, by Jeff Olson, it really is an eye opener on the power of compounding.
      Bless you Randy for your weekly posts and the energy you invest in making this world better.

    2. Now that I read this I realize how true it is. I've been making some changes over the last months and I can see how my life is improving and how I'm getting closer and closer to my true prosperity. I feel totally grateful for having you as one of my mentors and for all the daily inspiration, thanks Randy!

    3. Thank you Randy... very helpful! We are creatures of Habits... so organise the habit that take us to our goal... It Sounds go to me...

    4. Randy, You are Always "On The Money". You can't make any "change" if you don't let go of those "old dollars". You have been a guiding light to me since the late 90's, and I am grateful for all your hard work. Rock-On!!! Many Blessings-Scott

    5. Perhaps importantly, it is never too late to take action.  For years the UK government advice about what to eat in general and what to put into your system in particular has been based on advice from studies funded by the food industry.  Sadly, I and many others followed that and it is only since the advent of the internet that we have been able to connect with less dependent sources and myself and others have now adopted the approach that you describe above.

      Whilst I am Type 2 diabetic now, I had no idea what diabetes was prior to being diagnosed in the early 2000s (and I accept responsibility for where I am, as well as my then ignorance).  Fortunately I am now fitter and healthier because of the independent advice that is so readily available online - should we choose to action it.

      What I love about your posts Randy, is that they always describe simple actions that we all can take.

      Thank you for that.

    6. Wow, Randy, I read the post about gaining wisdom and this post also today.  It seems that we advocate for similar causes.  My business is called http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/, and I  encourage people to reach their highest potential in life, which is very similar to what you are doing here.  Awesome!  
      I love the fact that you are encouraging positive decisions that can compound to achieve success and prosperity.  I wrote a post that may also add value to anyone who is interested in achieving success and prosperity.  The post reveals the http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/12-undeniable-laws-for-prosperity/ from my book on prosperity (along with explanation for each).  
      It is many people who speak on prosperity that are only teaching positive thinking rather than the complete transformation that is required to attain true prosperity.  In my book, http://amzn.to/1dN5YPB, I mentioned how prosperity means that spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being is prospering.  As you have explained here, persistence in compounding good decisions is CRUCIAL to success.  The book says:
      “What is a million dollar house with no relationships to enjoy it with?  What is an expensive car with no ideas of where to go?  What is a luxury membership to a leisure club with no time?  What benefit would it be to sit in the VIP section of a sporting outing without health?  As King Solomon said:
      “Meaningless! Meaningless!”
      It is very important for us to sow positive seeds in all areas of our lives, so that we can see them all prosper, and experience true prosperity and fulfillment; not simply lots of money (which is good, but not as a standalone).  You mentioned how we tell lies to ourselves when we want to give into temptation.  I completely understand how we lie to ourselves, typically, the thoughts are inspired by lust,  selfish ambition, pride, jealousy, or another fruit of the flesh.  In response, I wanted to add a biblical affirmations that are really helpful when temptation arises.  When we begin to lie to ourselves, attempting to convince ourselves that wrong behaviors are right, you can say:
      “I am aligning my actions to those things that demonstrate love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control now.  I abandon my fleshly desires, and submit myself to the will of God.”
      Quoting biblical affirmations helps me ALOT!  Thanks for offering valuable information to increase others!
      -Tiffany Domena

    7. Wow, Randy, I read the post about gaining wisdom and this post also today.  It seems that we advocate for similar causes.  My business is called http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/, and I  encourage people to reach their highest potential in life, which is very similar to what you are doing here.  Awesome!  
      I love the fact that you are encouraging positive decisions that can compound to achieve success and prosperity.  I wrote a post that may also add value to anyone who is interested in achieving success and prosperity.  The post reveals the http://www.mandatorysuccess.com/12-undeniable-laws-for-prosperity/ from my book on prosperity (along with explanation for each).  
      There are many people who speak on prosperity that are only teaching positive thinking rather than the complete transformation that is required to attain true prosperity.  In my book, http://amzn.to/1dN5YPB, I mentioned how prosperity means that spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being is prospering.  As you have explained here, persistence in compounding good decisions is CRUCIAL to success.  The book says:
      “What is a million dollar house with no relationships to enjoy it with?  What is an expensive car with no ideas of where to go?  What is a luxury membership to a leisure club with no time?  What benefit would it be to sit in the VIP section of a sporting outing without health?  As King Solomon said:
      “Meaningless! Meaningless!”
      It is very important for us to sow positive seeds in all areas of our lives, so that we can see them all prosper, and experience true prosperity and fulfillment; not simply lots of money (which is good, but not as a standalone).  You mentioned how we tell lies to ourselves when we want to give into temptation.  I completely understand how we lie to ourselves.  Typically, the thoughts of negative momentum are inspired by lust,  selfish ambition, pride, jealousy, or another fruit of the flesh.  In response, I wanted to add a biblical affirmation that is really helpful when temptation arises.  When we begin to lie to ourselves, attempting to convince ourselves that wrong behaviors are right, you can say:
      “I am aligning my actions to those things that demonstrate love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control now.  I abandon my fleshly desires, and submit myself to the will of God.”
      Quoting biblical affirmations helps me ALOT!  Thanks for offering valuable information to increase others!
      -Tiffany Domena

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