Fifteen Laws of Prosperity -9, by Vyacheslav Ruzov

The ninth prosperity law states that earning a lot makes no sense if one doesn’t hone real professional skills. It is said that the real value of the job is not wages but the skills that are polished up year by year. So if money comes in, but mastery doesn’t increase, a person is considered inherently poor, no matter how much he/she earns. It’s a matter of days or hours that they become poor. Such a person is a deceiver because he/she gets money not due to workmanship quality but by trick. Even if one has competence in some field, but is not looking to upgrade one’s skills, such a man is a still more cunning deceiver.


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