7 Secrets to Prosperous Living

by Alan Hewitt on May 9, 2012

by Nik Halik
May 9, 2012

As a child, I suffered from asthma and chronic allergies. I was actually medically confined to my bedroom for the first 10 years of my life. The only thing connecting me to the outside world was my bedroom window.

But I didn’t accept what life threw at me. Despite my medical problems, I truly believed I could achieve anything I wanted in life.


Fast forward many years later…

I have since climbed the highest mountains in the world. I’ve had lunch on the bow of the shipwreck Titanic. I’ve even become Australia’s FIRST certified, flight-qualified civilian astronaut.

As a bestselling author and millionaire many times over, I’ve learned 7 important lessons in my life:

Secret #1: Question everything. Don’t simply accept what people say you can or cannot do. Question conventional wisdom and beliefs. And question the limitations you put on yourself.


Secret #2: Never settle for less than anything you can be. If I were to believe in my medical problems … I would have never have achieved any of my dreams.


Secret #3: Anything is possible. Whatever you can believe, you can achieve it. As an example, take one of my craziest and wildest adventures I’ve EVER undergone.


This adventure was sleeping ALONE in the coffin in the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Yes, it’s true.


Before I did it, two of the most famous men in history had done this. The first man was Alexander the Great. And the second Napoleon Bonaparte.


It was reported that Napoleon asked to be left alone in the Great Pyramid of Giza, too. Yet when he came out, he was terribly frightened and his mind was all but shattered. Even years later on his deathbed, reports suggest he was scared of reviving his experience in the pyramid.


Thankfully I walked out with my mind completely intact. In fact, this experience spawned many more life lessons:

Secret #4: Prosperous people are not fixated with discounts, coupons and sales. Prosperous people are never afraid to purchase things at a fair exchange of value.

They don’t pass up savings when offered, but that is not the sole basis for making their buying decision.

Rather than exerting undo effort in negotiating tactics, coupon searching, or trying for an advantage, they would rather spend their time creating more value, which manifests as greater prosperity.

Secret #5: You won’t get your next assignment until you’ve finished your current one

A life of prosperity is a series of assignments, each one, growing you, developing your talents, and expanding your consciousness.

As your consciousness grows, so does the impact you make. So your responsibilities increase, as your ability to meet them does. You start to influence a bigger circle, which attracts greater prosperity to you.

Secret #6: When you have a powerful vision you bend the universe to your will. This is one of those things that the uninitiated have a hard time understanding, and especially believing.

But at its ultimate level, EVERYTHING in the universe can be distilled down to an energy vibration. And energy vibrations can certainly be aware of and respond to, other energy vibrations.

So yes, you really can attract prosperity to you, just as you can manifest a parking space, an elevator coming, or a hotel room available.

When you have a compelling dream and a strong belief in that dream, you attract partners, manifest resources, impact markets and create an entire roller coaster of reactions to your vision.

Secret #7: Your dream must be as big as you are. It doesn’t serve you or the Universe to play small. Humility is a virtue, but false modesty or holding back from your highest good is anti-prosperity.

Muscles that aren’t exercised atrophy, and dreams, vision and desires are the same. Your vision of your future must be bold, daring and imaginative, if you want it to manifest.

You need the compelling “pull” that a big dream will exert upon you. It must be so powerful that you throw the sheets off in the morning and race into your day with anticipation.

How to Create Miracles In Your Life

Australia’s FIRST civilian astronaut – and bestselling author – reveals how he went from being medically confined to his bedroom as a child… to achieving almost every goal in life he set out to achieve.

Now you can take part in a rare 60 minute online event with Nik Halik, one of Australia’s most impressive – and successful – individuals, interviewed by Alan Hewitt. This event is called “Create Miracles” and it’s been held FREE for one time only on Monday, May 14th @ 8pm AEST (NSW/VIC/QLD time).

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About the Author

Nik is the founder and CEO of Financial Freedom Institute, Money Masters Global, The Thrillionaires® and iCoach Global. He is a global wealth strategist, successful entrepreneur, international speaker, astronaut, high adrenalin adventurer and best-selling author.

Nik Halik became a multi-millionaire and amassed great wealth through savvy investments in property and the stock market in his late 20′s. His group of companies have financially educated and life coached over 300,000 individuals globally. He is the real deal, creating millionaire clients across the globe.

Not only is Nik a successful entrepreneur, but he is also an avid, thrill-seeking adventurer. Among his various expeditions, he was one of the first explorers to dive down five miles and land on the bow of the Titanic. He has summited the highest mountains in the world and was one of the privileged select explorers in the world to view the curvature of the earth from the edge of space.

Nik is the very first flight-qualified and certified civilian astronaut from Australia and is also set to become the first ever Australian and private space explorer to rocket to outer space and live on Earth’s only manned outpost in orbit, the International Space Station.

Nik currently resides in the U.S. and amongst his private homes in the Greek Islands, Morocco and Australia.

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{ 1 comment }

How Improve Health May 23, 2012 at 2:38 AM

Really enjoyed reading that. One concept that has always helped me is “it’s never what happens to you that determines your future, it’s how you FEEL about what happens…”. Thanks for a great article.

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