Why you should stop criticizingJanuary 17, 2016
Is there a purpose?February 22, 2016
Money became the most important unit of measurement in human society: unit of success, unit of happiness, unit of possibilities… Most of the people get up from their beds just because they need to make money; they trade their time and freedom for money; their biggest fear and trouble is money. We are thinking about money all the time – at least once every 20 minutes or so.
But we often forget the real core purpose of money. It is not something that came naturally and the whole monetary system was made by us – humans. Money was invented to make our daily exchanges easier. It was and still is tradable into something that has value. So it’s simple – the more value you have to offer – the more monetary units you will be able to receive.
Yet most of the people are doing a completely opposite. Instead of improving theirselves and starting to offer more value for exchange, they are looking for ways to make more money. They are chasing the money, instead of creating value. That’s why most of them fail. Because they don’t understand our monetary system and its purpose. Start serving people, help them to solve their problems or satisfy their needs. Create as much value as you can and offer it to those, who need it. It either can be single human being or groups of people. You can help them at particular area or even help them create more value for others. It’s your choice. But the more value you will be able to create for them, the more they will pay you in exchange for your services or products that are offering that value.
So, stop chasing the money! Look at yourself and find areas that can be improved. Always look for ways to grow and always try to be helpful. Digits in your bank account are usually parallel to your abilities and competence which are how you offer your value to others. Make other people’s lives better in any way and they will make yours.