5 Reasons Why The Rich Are Getting Richer.
Let’s argue this out one and for all! The poor are getting poorer while the rich are getting richer because; there is injustice in this country, the government is not looking after the welfare of the poor, the rich are amassing wealth unduly, and the rich are selfish. All these are correct right? WRONG! Let me show you five reasons why the rich are getting richer.
1. The rich and the poor have the same number of hours in a day!
So what’s the difference? The rich have productive use of their time while the poor waste time at frivolous ventures. Making analysis on issues that will not add one cent to their pockets
2. The rich and the poor have the same number of days in a week!
So what’s the difference? The rich are very principled with their daily plans. They understand the good use of Monday to Sunday. The poor are carefree with their daily routines, they may decide to plan picnic on a rainy day and attend it, and they will not plan a business meeting on a sunny day and keep it.
3. The rich and the poor have the same number of weeks in a month!
So what’s the difference now? The rich know when their business trips are scheduled in week 1, they know when their goods will arrive in week 2, they know what client that will be served in week 3, and they know what ad hoc plan that could be included in week 4. The poor know when their flight should be cancelled, they do not make any move yet they know all the reasons why a plan will produce no positive results.
4. The rich and the poor have the same number of months in a year!
So what now is the difference? The rich know what season of the year is spring, they understand what business thrives in summer, they put resources together for businesses that excel in fall, and they plan adequately for business events in winter. The poor only know one season in a year; summer! They realize its winter when they see the snow and that is when the go looking for winter coat!
5. So what is it about the rich and the poor?
It is a clear case of good use of time. While the one uses his time for day dreaming, chasing fantasies and living in Wish Island, the other is planning, executing, and making profits.
As long as there is sharp difference in the use of time between the rich and the poor, the rich will keep getting richer while the poor will keep getting poorer!
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Understand Why The Rich Get Richer And The Poor Get Poorer.
“The rich keep getting richer and the poor keep getting poorer.”
Has it always been this way?
Will it always be this way?
Why, you ask?
Well, the rich are people (in their current state, either wealthy or poor) who think about where they are going in life, and set goals to get there. They do not waste time focusing on where they are not in life.
Are you stuck in a rut?
Guess what, the choice is yours to either stay there or to move out of it.
The good news my friend is it is totally up to you.
If you are poor and do noting about it, you will stay poor and you will get poorer.
Want to know the interesting thing?
If you are wealthy and you find yourself in a rut; you are on your way to poverty, unless you do something to get yourself going in a direction that you are in control of. If you are not in control, then that is your choice to go in the direction of failure.
Being wealthy is normal when you eliminate all thoughts of poverty from your mind. If you have completely surrounded yourself by wealthy thoughts and focus on wealthy intentions, then guess what, you will be or likely are wealthy.
Being wealthy in mind and spirit has to come first, if you are thinking positively, writing out your goals, and looking in the direction of where you are going to be as opposed to where you are or where you were, you will always get what you focus on.
Want to know how to get to this point?
It is actually easier than what you might think.
Just like you know right from wrong, you can recognize positive from negative. By this I mean positive versus negative thinking.
If you are thinking: “I am wealthy, I love my life, I take on every challenge that comes my way as a lesson in life and learning from these challenges; using them as the contrast to identify what I do not want, from what I do want, then, I will make better decisions as I move about my life.”
If you see a circumstance coming and do not do anything to avoid them (yes you can), then it is your fault when it comes along.
For example; if you go out and party one night, come home and sleep in the next morning, miss work and get fired, guess what, if you choose to get a new job and still decide to do the partying again in the future and sleep in the next morning you will lose your job again and so on and so on.
The person to blame is not your boss for not being flexible and understanding that people have to live their lives, maybe you deserve to go out and party. Was it your birthday, your friends birthday? Regardless of the circumstance, it does not matter; it is your fault for not taking personal responsibility for your actions.
If you have a crappy job, well, guess what, you applied for it. If your answer is “it was all that was available to me” and you have been there for 4 days, 4 months or 4 years, hello, you have had days, months and years to find a new and better job, people do it all the time.
This is why the poor get poorer; they do nothing to stop themselves from getting and staying poor.
You see; the wealthy will not settle for mediocrity, they will persist without exception until they have attained their goal for getting wealthy.
The reason the rich get richer is because when the rich have attained their financial goal, they then move on to their next goal and persist, persist, persist, without exception until the goal is attained.
Who can do this?
For starters, you can.
If you are telling yourself why you can’t, then that is the story that will create the circumstance that will keep you broke adding another person to the “poor get poorer” category.
Now that you know…what are you going to do about it?
Yep, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer; this is the way it is, the way it always has been, and the way it always will be.
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