Josiah Nang-Bayi, MD
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Wisdom is born where knowledge is acquired and assimilated. Wisdom grants you the clarity to transform theoretical knowledge into practical, actionable plans. Your quest to acquire wealth or achieve success in any endeavor must begin with you acquiring knowledge and learning the curriculum of money. Once you have studied and understood the principles/natural laws guiding the acquisition of wealth, only then do you have a real chance at building a sustainable wealth empire.

You must first learn before you earn! Removing that “L” however requires patient nurturing (over a period of time) of a seed (capital) planted in fertile soil (sustainable investment avenues). How to go through this nurturing process is covered in the book, The Money Farm.

In George S. Clason’s  The Richest Man in Babylon, when King Sargon asked why almost all the wealth previously paid out to the general populace, eventually found its way back into the hands of only a few wealthy men, his chancellor responded, “Because they know how. One may not condemn a man for succeeding because he knows how. Neither may one with justice take away from a man what he has fairly earned, to give to men of less ability.”

Until you learn how to grow your money through multiple passive income sources, wealth will forever be a mirage, no matter how humongous a salary or active income you make.

For the ultimate wealth nurturing guide get The Money Farm book HERE.

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Josiah Nang-Bayi, MD is a medical doctor by profession, an author, a financial literacy and digital assets enthusiast, an entrepreneur and a growing philanthropist.
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