Developing the Prosperity Habit | Success Podcasts
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Listen to episode 620 of the Inspirational Living Podcast: Developing the Prosperity Habit. Spunk: How to Look Fear by David V. Bush. Motivational Podcast Transcript: We get what we sow. If we sow corn, we get it. If we sow wheat, wheat is what we harvest. If we sow briar patches, briar patches are what will spring up. We get the thing we expect to get; therefore, you must create, maintain, and hold the prosperity habit of thinking. So many people expect to have prosperity and then go to work with a face downcast, a spirit that is broken, and a mental attitude of defeat! Instead of blaming our circumstances, our conditions, our environment and fate because we are not successful, let us throw the searchlight into our own souls and see what our mental attitude is. Do you really believe in prosperity? Are you looking for it? Do you expect it to come? Are you confident it is yours? If you are, then one of these days you will garner a big harvest of the things you expect to get — prosperity, abundance, success. -------- Get the best of our podcast in book form by visiting: https://inspirationallifelessons.com Get our podcast with full transcripts and without ads by visiting: https://livinghour.org/patron Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/inspirational-living/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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