Do what you love and the money will follow-Marsha Sinetar

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Do you agree with the above quote?

Can money follow us based on what we like to do?

I am confused because I depend on advertisements to make some purchases that are a must, which in turn helps me get more business.

Most of the time when I search for a product, (that is required to improve my cash register) in the browser, I am bombarded with millions of options through advertisements thanks to the trackers etc.

On every web page, you go to, that advertisement sticks in various combinations.

Do you believe the claims made by these advertisers?

We are always trapped by misleading advertisements.

These advertisements are too attractive to be ignored.

Is aggressive marketing a self-destructive mode?

How else do we carefully spend our hard earned money in order to get more money?

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“Advertising is the art of convincing people to spend money they don’t have for something they don’t need” Will Rogers

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Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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7 thoughts on “Do what you love and the money will follow-Marsha Sinetar

  1. There’s SOME truth to the saying. I doubt anyone is going to get rich pursuing a passion for German Polka History. At the same time though, if you don’t find something you’re good at and at least reasonably enjoy, you’ll sabotage yourself all day every day.

    Balance Daniel-san.

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  2. I think you’ve changed topics in mid-flight, dear friend. From “doing what you love” you turned to advertising, and from there to getting rich.
    I have taught my sons that if you do what you love, you will do it well, and if you do it well, someone out there will take notice, and of those who take notice, someone will pay for the fruit of your labor. That does not mean becoming rich, but you will have enough to make your life comfortable.
    This is only my opinion, of course.

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    1. Just dying to see your response and thankfully you commented.
      Thanks a ton.
      You brought smiles too!😀😀
      Agree.
      “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Steve Jobs
      As thoughts started flowing in my mind when I was writing this article, quick changes happened in the midflight.
      And you rightly pointed out the situation.
      You also beautifully expressed, what we are supposed to do in our life.
      And your sons are lucky that they have such a wonderful person as their mother.
      What else they can demand from the Almighty?

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      1. Wonderful quote from Steve Jobs – thank you, dear Philo, and thank you for the compliment.
        We believe that the only time we can demand something from Him is when we give charity, in any amount, even 1 penny. Other than that, we do not demand, but trust that He knows what’s good for us, as long as we do our best to do what’s right.
        I thank A-mighty every day that my sons are very happy and very good at their chosen professions, thank G-d.

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