Minesh's Lessons From Monaco



Big man

December 17, 2012 at 2:13 pm - Reply

Guilty of this… I think the problem is, if you’re practising visioning from the attraction point of view – that’s what’s taught – ‘Feel what it feels like to drive that car, hear the sound of the engine etc etc’. It’s taught that this is the way to attract that ‘thing’ into your life.
I guess the only difference is then that you should anchor those feelings, the confidence it gives you and the propulsion you feel, rather than attach them to the car/house etc…?


December 17, 2012 at 3:20 pm - Reply

whether it is paper money, gold, silver, euros, whatever…. money is simply a medium of exchange. Invest all you want, but at the end of the day it is the exchange that improves your life, NOT the money tied up in gold or condos. Safe investments yes, but not hoarding all you have in investments so someone else can spend it in Monaco. Doesn’t make sense, does it ? Be careful.

Randy julien

December 17, 2012 at 8:53 pm - Reply

Thanks for your video. You have introduced me to Monaco & my first view of it as well. I appreciate your words of wisdom. You are absolutely right Compound interest is key.

Robin Shaw

December 23, 2012 at 9:23 am - Reply

Hi Minesh

I learned this very late in life. We’re on the planet to help others. Money is a great way of doing that. I gave up the traditional symbols of success because I was left feeling empty. Instead, my focus is on serving others to make a difference to their lives. This has led to a much better sense of fulfilment by having more purpose in my life.
My dads friend died in a cycling accident last week. The church was packed with people who he touched during his life. A great legacy. Made me think about my own mortality and what people would say about me when I was dead.

Would it be “he had a Bugatti veron” or “he set up a trust that taught kids how to lift themselves out poverty”.

The weather in Monaco looks great. Rain and wind in the UK reminds me I miss the sunshine.

Have a great holiday.


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