3 Ways To Attract More Financial Prosperity In The Digital Economy As An Entrepreneur

For decades we have been nurturing poverty in our homes and places of work. It has become the most prevailing paradigm. There are deep roots of anxiety and fear that people can’t seem to break free from and it is these very roots that have caused the pain and agony that so many have and continue to suffer from in the area of money.

The dying traditional economy might have put you through a lot of pain and you may have come to a point in your life where you’re fed up of running through that old treadmill. Having found out in one way or another that the digital age has an emerging economy that could give you a fresh start, you might be among the individuals who’s chosen to rewrite destiny and create a new lifestyle and business that will give you the freedom and abundance you’ve been seeking all your life.

What you feel inside is absolutely right and true for you, however, merely having the wish and going about taking physical actions to bring this new desire to life isn’t sufficient on its own. Many have tried and in their ignorance have failed assuming that some external variable was responsible but the truth is, there is more work to be done by every modern individual who seeks a new way of life; work that doesn’t involve physical toil yet bears great consequences on the results that will be attained in the physical realm. It is this obscure work that many neglect and so I hope that as of this moment, you will join the minority who have chosen to create real and lasting prosperity and success.

How is this done?

Realize that the culprit behind the lack experienced by billions in our world today is the spirit of fear. Anxiety, overwhelm, worry, stress are all different flavors of fear and when it comes to the topic of money, I think the spirit of fear has set up permanent residency in the minds of humanity in a major way. Here’s the thing I have found about fear: The spirit of fear actually makes an individual dysfunctional and locked out of his or her own creativity and inspiration. It’s almost like the spirit of fear gets a kick out of keeping unwary minds under bondage because then, they remain in that state of struggle and survival mode which completely makes the human mind disabled and incapable of unleashing all that the individual was meant to be. And from that state, the thing that was actually feared becomes manifest, proving the fear paradigm right which produced this circle of doom from which it seems impossible to escape.

Growing up in the second biggest slums of Nairobi, I have seen firsthand just how devastating this circle of doom can be and how real evil can actually appear. Today, I spend my days trying to help individuals like you awaken to the truth that all these seeming evils have power because for centuries we gave them power – but now it’s time to take it back.

Hence if you are on a new journey and are working on new ways to increase prosperity in your life, along with all other things that you’re diligently applying to help you reach your goals, please implement these three:

1. Release the fear paradigm

This will definitely take a bit of work because as we said the root of fear goes deep in the race mind. But understand that each time you partner up with fear and allow that lying voice to have an impact in your life then you disconnect yourself from your power and source of all things. It’s very difficult for you to attract new opportunities that are lucrative when you are stuck in the state of anxiety and worry because that vibration screams something very different from prosperity. People who are stuck in welfare or in the slums are the ones who need prosperity the most and yet they have the hardest time acquiring it why? It isn’t because life is unfair or unjust… I used to say that too! But the truth is, the vibration of fear, only attracts things of a like nature. The vibration of poverty and lack only attracts things that perpetuate more of the same. Learn effective and practical ways for releasing this belief and you’ll be amazed how rapidly things start changing.

2. Cultivate the right mindset.

The right mindset in my opinion is the prosperity mindset. It is the mindset we were all meant to have; the rich, abundant and generous mindset that trusts in life and has its roots in what’s real in life. Of course the quality of life most people have today shows us that we’ve lost track of that mindset so it’s up to you to reclaim yours if you wish to design your own thriving lifestyle and business. Only a prosperous mind can attract prosperity and a thriving business. If you don’t know what that looks like, then now you have something to do a bit of research on…

3. Connect with your creativity and individuality.

This is by far one of the best things you will ever do in your life if you want to increase your financial prosperity. And again, fear with all its many disguises will make sure you never connect to your creativity even though – your creativity is the surest way of attracting more income.

Life is seeking to manifest through you and as you, but when stuck in fear, that flow doesn’t happen which means that in turn, that reciprocal action of financial abundance flowing into your life will also remain constricted. Are you getting the picture I am trying to paint here for you?

The beautiful truth is, our emerging digital economy is offering you a platform and vehicle to reach more people than ever before and grow your business faster than ever before which means that as long as you flow your creativity and authenticity, an equal amount of abundance will meet you right where you stand. So while the business strategies and motivational strategies that you’ve taken on are brilliant (if you like them) know that all of these things are secondary to these three essentials that I just shared with you. Now that you know them, it’s up to you whether they become the magical formula your mind has been waiting for or not.

Helping You Choose the Right Digital Camera

These days, almost everyone owns a digital camera. Well, this is not surprising because a lot of people enjoy taking photographs of nature, food, people, and themselves. These gadgets are also more highly advanced than regular cameras. They offer more convenience, as well. Digital cameras offer multiple image storage, image previews, and computer connectivity. But how do you know which brand and model you should purchase? What are the factors that you need to take into consideration?

Of course, you need to consider your lifestyle. Are you a professional photographer or just someone who loves to take photographs? Do you travel often and in need of a lightweight, small, and slim camera? Or do you simply want to take pictures of yourself and your friends? You may also need to consider the prices of digicams. Some are great but expensive, and others are just as good yet less costly. One thing you can do is read a reliable and unbiased digital camera review. By reading experts’ reviews, you will be informed about the features, quality, and prices of digital cameras. You will also know about the latest and trendiest models available in the market. In addition, you will be warned against low quality digicams.

When buying a digital camera, you need to look at the features. Go for something that has more megapixels. Remember that the more megapixels a camera has, the higher its image resolution is. The size of the sensor is another factor to take note of. Sometimes, bigger sensors can take better photos. It is also better to choose one with glass lens than another with plastic lens. Then, you may also want to purchase one that has the ability to counter the effects of handshakes and vibrations so that it will produce clear and non-blurry images. Aside from that, you have to scrutinize the camera’s scene modes and shooting modes. Most digital cameras feature macro mode, movie mode, manual mode, and continuous mode. Scene modes such as portrait, landscape, night scene, sports, candlelight, and ski modes are also usually included.

Furthermore, you should purchase a digital camera with a huge RAM. This is so you will no longer need to download or erase your pictures and videos due to lack of storage. You also have to compare removable media and inspect additional features such as Fire Wire or USB connectivity, an AC adaptor, video-out connections, and a battery indicator. You may want to check on the batteries, as well.

Buying A Digital Camera? Five Things To Consider

When considering the purchase your first digital camera you will discover that today’s cameras contain a vast array of advanced features. Probably most of them will be features you’re not familiar with, and by the time you finish reading this article, the manufacturers will have added a dozen new ones.

The type of camera you choose doesn’t have to be a difficult decision. Here are five guidelines that can help you find the camera you need. Regardless of the options and capabilities of the camera your first real question should be.

1. How much do I want to spend?

This may sound like an over simplification, but using this approach will allow you to concentrate on the wide variety of cameras you can afford. Once you’ve answered that question, a lot of the other questions will be eliminated by default. There are some good inexpensive cameras available, but the great one’s can get very expensive. Determine your price range first. Then compare the cameras that fall in that category. You’ll save a lot of time and frustration. It’s probably worthwhile to mention that I have found some great buys on refurbished high-end cameras on ebay. Just make sure you check the seller’s feedback, return policy, and warranty, on the camera. You can buy a lot of camera at an enormous discount on eBay if you’ve done your homework and know what you’re looking for.

After you’ve determined what your budget will allow, it’s time to compare features. The second question that naturally arises is.

2. Which features do I need, and which features will I never use?

Even though the list of advanced features on today’s digital cameras is endless, they still fall into two basic categories; either DSLR (digital single lens reflex) or point-and-shoot. The comparison of DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras is beyond the scope of this article; there are just too many variables.

There are great camera comparison charts available on the web. But nothing beats going to your local photography store to hold the cameras and ask questions about their controls and capabilities. By physically inspecting the camera it’s easier to decide if it’s something your willing to carry all day; especially when comparing DSLR cameras which are often heavy and bulky. By looking at the features on the different models you will better be able to determine if you need a camera with manual settings or if automatic settings will be adequate.

If you are going to use the camera for more than just a hobby a DSLR is the obvious choice. There is so much more you can do with a DSLR, and you have far more control over the type of pictures you can take. The downside is they’re expensive, and if you’re unfamiliar with photography, they have a hefty learning curve. When buying a digital camera it all boils down to how it fits your lifestyle, and what you intend to use it for.

The third factor in the quest for the perfect digital camera is known as resolution. Although it may be considered a symbol of prestige to own a camera with the most mega-pixels, is it really necessary? Mega-pixels can be overrated.

3. Do I need high mega-pixels?

The resolution on digital cameras is measured in mega-pixels. The higher the number of mega-pixels the more defined the image will be. The problem that arises in this scenario is that more doesn’t mean better. Five mega-pix is the typical starting point for most of today’s digital cameras, and that is more than adequate for most pictures. Unless you are going to expand your pictures to a point they could be used for posters the extra mega-pixels are overkill. You don’t need them. One caveat here however; if you plan submitting your photos to an agency a five mega-pix camera probably is not adequate, you need high resolution to meet the requirements of the stock photography agencies.

So you’ve found a camera you think you can live with and your ready to have some fun with it. You get it home and open the box only to discover you need accessories.

4. What accessories do I need?

Surprise! I’ve listed a few of the items your likely to find useful to go along with your camera. Though they don’t appear to amount to much they can get expensive when added up.

  • Lenses (DSLR typically)
  • Spare Batteries / Recharger
  • Filters and Lens Caps
  • External Flash
  • Memory Cards
  • Tripod
  • Photo Editing Software
  • Camera Case

The best way to buy the accessories is in a bundle included with the camera. Usually the manufacturers or the merchant offer some kind of an incentive to buy from them. This is another reason I like some of the camera packages offered on ebay. It’s easy to get an expensive bundle of accessories included as a bonus in some of the camera deals offered there. At a minimum always try to get at least an extra battery and a charger as a bonus. Camera batteries lose their vitality quickly and are expensive to replace.

5. The hardest part is the research.

If you don’t know what you’re looking for, chances are you’ll find it. Rather than just read about the cameras it helps a great deal if you take a little time to play with them at the store. I’ve found talking with sales people in person is far more beneficial than trying to communicate by telephone. Nothing will better help you decide which camera is for you than examining them.

Of course digital cameras are far more complex than what has been discussed in this article, and it’s too easy to make a bad decision when buying online. That’s why it’s so important to get the feel of a camera before you buy it. If you do find a camera you like and decide to buy it online, one a word of caution. Make sure you specify the little things like model number, warranty, place and date of manufacture, color, accessories, and so forth. It’s easy to end up with a camera or lens you didn’t want when buying from a vendor in another place. There are a lot of subtle variations in camera equipment. Be sure you know exactly what you’re ordering and the return policy.