You can have everything in life that you want if you just give enough other people what they want.  Another way this is said is: You can get everything in life you want if you help enough other people get what they want.  (Zig Ziglar).  This concept is based on the universal principle of sowing and reaping.  We don’t prosper by hoarding.  To increase our resources, skills, and talents we have to invest, use, and practice them not hide them.  By focusing on other people rather than ourselves we are investing in relationship and the greater good.  Our investments pay off eventually when we are good decision-makers about how we invest our time and resources.  It may not be a good idea to invest ourselves in one relationship while at the same time it may be a great plan to invest in another one.  All investments are not equal and each decision on how to spend our time, talents and resources is important.  We use our abilities and treasures in a way that increases their value and worth in one way or another.  We can take money and put it in savings, for example, and may realized a slight increase from the minimal interest.  On the other hand, we could also use the same amount of money by investing in a good start-up company with a solid business plan.  Investing in the small start-up helps many people and has a possibility of a higher return on our money than a savings account.  This is just one example of how helping many would help us more than helping just ourselves.  Who has other examples of this concept?  webbwisdom.com 2017

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