The Mystery of Success


The most essential thing I've learned is not to give up. To succeed at anything, you can't rely only on inherent ability; you must put in the extra effort. If we're not willing to put in that additional effort in whatever we do, we can't be flexible in life. We deserve the best and may get it, but to receive the best and be the greatest, we must be willing and ready to do what is needed. Regardless of where one's starting point may be, everyone has a chance to reach the top; nevertheless, the people who do extraordinary things are those that persist, never give up, and are prepared to ignore their errors of judgment.

The mystery for success?

For every one of us, success means something different. To some, achieving a social position in life or celebrity may be a top priority; to others, enjoying true happiness and contentment. The questions are how do we become successful? Many authors and scholars wrote and defined the mystery of success in many ways. Today let me share with you about success from "The money code. " According to ancient Jewish code wisdom, tradition, or mindset, work, investing, low, tithe, and charity, there are seven critical codes for success. According to the Jewish code, if someone wants to be successful, they should follow or obey this success code.

#1Wisdom- A wise person can recognize what is genuine, correct, or lasting. It is the use of knowledge. The Tanaka (Old Testament) attributes Solomon with building the First Temple in Jerusalem. He was the most brilliant and wealthiest man of his day because he craved knowledge. God replied, "I am giving you a smart and knowing heart, so no one else will ever be like you." I am also granting you wealth and honor unimaginable to any other king in your life" because knowledge brings riches and prosperity. As a result, the author advises religious people to pray for wisdom and insight. Then wealth and success. Not religious people may use affirmative prayer, which focuses on good outcomes.

#2Mindset- A Jewish family tradition encourages their children to seek riches, high-income jobs, and investment. For most Jews, money and achievement are very important. Jewish people see money and prosperity as a blessing and a gift from God.

#3 Work- This is well known to the public: Jews seldom work but instead allow others to labor for them. The idea that individuals are producers, not consumers, is central to Judaism. Work necessitates having objectives and strategies to complete them with persistence. There is profit in every labor, but only silent activity brings poverty. Only through hard effort will you be able to generate wealth: "A lazy person will bring poverty, but a diligent one will bring wealth."

#4 Investing- Money is always valuable, which means we should always have some available for investment.

#5 Low- When they try to comprehend God's rules, they cannot. Humiliation and poverty are for those who refuse to learn, but he who listens to correction will be revered. People of any faith or who are not Jewish will benefit from these rules. Additionally, a few indications of dishonesty or greed appear in the code. If you get your money dishonestly, you will be poorer. But if you collect your money gradually, you will be more prosperous. The Tanakh states, "people who want to get wealthy quickly are ultimately destined for poverty."

#6Tithe- A tithe is ten percent. To help the needy, religious Jews donate 10% of their income—a traditional Jewish recipe for success. in the scripture, Abraham returned ten percent of all he had. Tithing is a prerequisite for riches, whether you realize it or not. Like a relationship with God, maintaining the planet is more like a partnership.

#7 Charity - Even a pauper who subsists on charity should contribute to the charitable organization that benefits him.  If you give to the poor, you will not lack anything, but if you keep your eyes closed or do not give the poor, you will be cursed plentifully.



Charles, H. W. (Ed.). (2012). The Money Code: Become a Millionaire With the Ancient Jewish Code.


A little about author

Samson Cleffa is doing his DBA in Finance. He is trying to analysis on Straddle Option Trade in his DBA dissertation and is expected to graduate in 2022. 


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