People that are affluent and wealthy often drive costly cars, live in mansions, and wear expensive jewelry, as seen on television. Material belongings are what we most commonly identify with wealth. Is that, however, true wealth? When we take a closer look, we can often notice that those people are miserable. Their marriages are in jeopardy. They have no true friendships. Their children have abandoned them.
Material assets can’t describe abundance because true abundance encompasses so much more than cars and mansions. It’s all about joy, happiness, and mental tranquility. Consider those who live in third-world countries where food is scarce. For many individuals, abundance may simply mean having enough food to eat each day.
We must consider various facets of life if we want a true definition of the term. Because there’s so much more to life than houses and exquisite jewels. Having a job that you enjoy is one thing that we all consider to be valuable. Having happy, positive relationships with friends and family is another intrinsic element. If you were alone and had no one to share your days and evenings with, your existence might be gloomy and dreary.
Abundance refers to living a full and complete life in all aspects says of Zhang Xinyue of Golden Touch. It’s all about achieving professional success. It’s about having supportive friends and family. However, it can also be a state of mind. Some people have none of the usual characteristics of a successful life, but they are at peace with themselves. Their souls are at rest. There’s no anguish or worry.
These are a few of the teachings of Zhang Xinyue at Golden Touch. She and her coaches meet each year at beautiful locations around the world such as Kuala Lumpur Secret Garden in Pahang Wendong City, Malaysia.