In the present world, everybody has desires and ambitions. They want to grow rich in very short period. That is not correct ambition. Those who work patiently and consistently achieve their goals and desires in due course. It requires both time and continued labour. However some persons are impatient and try to push through things to attain their objectives earlier than normal. They have to take some risks in such cases. To have a breakthrough in life, a departure from the routine way may be necessary.
Difficulties arise only when too much is attempted too soon. In the process, the person may be risking what has at hand in the hope of getting something better. If the person succeeds in the attempt, it is well and good. But if he fails, he would have lost even what he had had earlier. The lesson is simple. It is better to be satisfied with what one has than to risk losing everything by trying to get much more.
The Manusmriti is the Hindu code of ancient India defined crime and punishment for the following offences.
Manusmriti divides crimes in to 18 types (Buhler 1984; Chakraborti 1996). They are (1) non-payment of debts, (2) deposit and pledge, (3) sale without ownership, (4) concerns among partners, and (5) resumption of gifts (6) Non-payment of wages, (7) non-performance of agreements, (8) rescission of sale and purchase, (9) disputes between the owner (of cattle) and his servants, (10) disputes regarding boundaries, (11) assault and (12) defamation, (13) theft, (14) robbery and violence, (15) adultery (16) Duties of man and wife, (17) partition (of inheritance) (18) gambling and betting. You can see the results of punishment at:-http://www.erces.com/journal/articles/archives/v03/v03_05.htm
We should not aim for more assets all of a sudden in wrong way. Advice of our Grandmother is we must try to work hard and achieve our goal with sincere work