Though this story first appeared a number of years ago in one of our first books on money, I realize that many of you may not have seen it. I am re-telling it here, because it is an important part of my story.
My relationship with money had always been one filled with a good bit of mystery and intrigue. Mystery, because I seldom knew what was going to happen until it happened. Intrigue, because I was under the misguided assumption that forces in the universe were conspiring to ensure that my money stuff would take care of itself.
I believed in what I now call Ted’s Perverted Law of Karma. If I worked hard, sacrificed, was a good person, did the right things for the right reasons, then all my financial needs would be taken care of. I organized my entire life around that unconscious belief.
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