The instructions are simple, basic, and have been around for millennia.
Every so often they are repackaged for a new generation. One of the best in modern times is The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason.
More recently they have been wrapped up in the latest pop-spiritual and New Age trends.
But regardless of how they are presented, they work — because they are simple, basic principles. No secret laws or other nonsense. They’re almost common sense, really.
You see, the hard part isn’t growing a money tree. The hard part is getting it to bear fruit.