God is interested in our willingness to manage and administrate all that He has given to us. Nothing will be thrown into our laps. Financial prosperity is not an unconditional providential blessing; conditions are attached. We are to take action and be proactive. The abilities and giftings God provides motivate us to action. Sometimes it takes our persistence in doing the same things faithfully with the heart of a servant. Other times it is time to try new things, new methods, and seek new opportunities. Sometimes the steady plodding brings the success of the blessed life. Many people, deep in debt and lacking in self-discipline in their spending and contentment level, complain that their employers don't pay them enough, their taxes are much too high, their business costs have skyrocketed, or render some other excuse why they cannot plan for their financial future. Of course, some of these excuses may have a certain amount of legitimacy to them, but they don't excuse a person from the responsibility of making sure that they are not wasting any of the resources God has allowed to come through their hands. The problem is rarely a lack of money; it is a lack of money management. Money management simply means self-management. This book will help the reader to re-align their financial attitude so that can begin to fulfill their potential financial altitude.