Chop Wood and Carry Water to Build Prosperity

In this Denver Business Journal article, Kevin McNab explains how a story his grandpa used to tell him about working hard over time to achieve success relates to building prosperity.

My grandpa was a wise man. As I was growing up, he used to tell me stories. I didn’t always grasp the meanings of the stories, but I remembered them. What follows is just one of the stories that applies to many aspects of life, including building prosperity.

A young man dreamed of enlightenment and understanding great things, so he joined a monastery. When he arrived, he was told each morning he had to chop wood to keep the monks warm and carry water up a hill for the kitchen…READ MORE!

Kevin McNab

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