How to Attract More Abundance Into Your Life Without Being a Good Person

Read this blog post to see why people that aren't necessarily good people can still attract abundance in their lives!

Do you hate the fact that so many corrupt people seem to get ahead in life?

Do you loathe the fact that there are truly terrible people in the world that can attract abundance to them like its nothing?

Do you secretly want to be like them and find out what makes them so successful?

Then read ahead were I give you the reasons why you don't have to be a good person to attract abundance into your life!


So I had a major league download a couple of months ago that I decided to write about today. FYI, when I say download, I just mean a new thought, but it generally comes when I'm outside soaking up muh sunrays for the day.

The download hit me like a ton bricks. Actually, it hit me like a ton of sunrays and a whole lotta sweat.

The more value you provide, the more crap you get away with.

This definitely bears repeating.

The more value you provide, the more shit you get away with.

That wasn't a strict repeat, but it was close enough

I want you to really sit with this statement because it is very important. Internalize this statement and then become valuable.


There is no justice, only power.

People make the grave mistake daily of thinking that things should be fair and, while they probably should, that's simply not the case.

Not in this realm. Only the strong survive in this realm. I know that's been said ad nauseam, but people still seem to not understand that. This is very common when talking about social justice movements.

Unvaluable people bargain for a seat at the table.

Valuable people set table arrangements.

That's always been the way of the world to be brutally honest.

For the record, I'm not sure if unvaluable is a word, but invaluable doesn't do what I want it to.

Anyhow, when we get back to talking about value and what you can do with it, let's talk about the kind of attractive power being valuable brings.


Let’s call this the R. Kelly paradox. R. Kelly has a history of questionable behavior when it comes to women, and I use the term women very loosely here. People have known about this for a very long time. He's been getting a pass for years though.


“He made bump and grind.”

“He made I believe I can fly.”

“He made the ignition remix.”

All of these things provide *value* to somebody good, bad, right, or wrong.

Even though there was a metric ton of sex songs prior to Bump and Grind, R. Kelly and Public Announcement made a song that pushed the boundaries of R&B at the time. Never been seen before.

I Believe I Can Fly became the inspirational anthem that we needed, but didn't think we did.

The Ignition Remix provided endless laughs on the Chappelle Show.