THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what’s REALLY going on in our world by following the money upstream — uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives.
If you haven’t seen the Thrive the Movie, you are in for a treat, it is revealing and inspiring. Based on research, inventions, interviews and independent scientists and thinkers, of what it takes to thrive, now, on our planet. It is now available to watch for free, just click on the link below.
This is a thought-provoking movie that shares ideas that the main-stream media is not telling you about the inter-relatedness of the current financial situations, the environment and our ongoing health. Although many of us suspect that the “Occupy Wall Street” movement wass onto something with their claims of the inequality of the money flow, this movie explains the money flow of the world in a straight forward down to earth fashion.
If you take a moment to consider you own feelings regarding money and wealth, you may discover that you equate financial prosperity with happiness, power, security, independence, or self-indulgence. Money itself, however, is none of these things.
As a form of potential energy that empowers us to generate change, money is neither good nor bad.
Wealth is Neutral
At its most basic, money is a tool that enables us to meet our individual needs. As a form of potential energy that empowers us to generate change, it is neither good nor bad. Yet many people react emotionally to issues concerning finances, unconsciously condemning currency itself, the manner in which money is spent, and people who live lives of financial abundance. Continue reading “Money – An Instrument of Change”
When you make a promise to yourself, like a New Year’s Resolution, and then you do not follow it through, your natural instincts is to stop believing yourself.
From, the Desk of John and Linda Ballis
You’re receiving this message from us, as we would like to invite you to a free webinar being held by our business partner, Karm Gilespie. We want to thank you for being part of our world over the past few years and we want to inspire some real action rather than the common New Year’s Resolutions that don’t succeed to fruition at this time of year.
You know what we mean; you say you’re going to do it, but then what happens?
Life gets in the way, and other distractions take over.
“KARM LIVE” WILL NOW BE PRESENTED AS A 60 Minute WEBINAR:
If you are interested in getting your financial life in order, you might have never considered the fact that money is not the real issue. Every year, hundreds of personal finance products and courses are created in order to help people get control of their money using conventional tools such as budgeting, financial calculators, investment guides and debt consolidation formulas. However, a lot of these methods are applied for a few weeks or even days, and quickly abandoned. If you have ever wondered why this is, you are about to find out how financial success has a lot less to do with getting your money in order than you think… Continue reading “Can Life Balance Affect Your Financial Success?”
You might have heard people say that “money doesn’t buy happiness” and that “the best things in life are free“. But have you ever been so broke or in debt that all you did was consistently worry and stress over money? Did you know that the majority of people in North America who get divorced say that money fights were one of the main issues? While money may not buy happiness, one thing is certain: if you don’t have peace in your financial life and control of your personal finances, it will taint every other area of your life and absolutely drain you of your happiness and security.
This is one of the most often questions that we get asked. How do I achieve life balance and keep everything running smoothly when the universe appears to conspire with day to day life to make everything as difficult as possible?
One of the most important things to do is to look after yourself first and concentrate on all the little things. If you concentrate on doing little things, one at a time you will find that all the little things add up to become one big whole and your life is becoming more balanced without you even realising it.