rich people

There are many reasons people struggle with money. For some, it could be that they spend too much. For others, it could be that they don't know how to make their money grow and work for them.
It's tempting for everyone else to feel morally superior to the oligarchs sucking us dry. But the truth is, the negative psychological traits that come with having money exist to a degree in the middle class too.
You already have everything you need to become a millionaire. You just need to change the way you think about money. I know what you're thinking: easier said than done. And you're right! It's not that easy, but becoming wealthy does start with your thinking.
Even if your financial house is in order and you're on-track with your goals, accounts and investments, cash value life insurance is something worth considering.
When it comes to money, it's not intelligence or education that holds back the average person from getting rich. It's the middle-class beliefs about money that keeps them struggling to survive in a world of abundance.
If you're one of those people whose financial situation isn't quite where you want it to be, start focusing your mental energy where it belongs: on the big money! Making money is easy once you know how to do it.
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There's another way the rich are different from you and me.
"If the average person could see the Virgin Airlines first-class lounge, they’d go, 'What? What? This is food, and it’s free, and they… what? Massage? Are you kidding me?'"
One day we'll all be dead. And in heaven, everyone has a shitload of money. But for now, it's important that rich people acknowledge their mental deficiency. It will make the rest of our lives much easier. Or maybe Donald Trump is just naturally dumb?
Gallup recently conducted a survey to examine which investments Americans would rate as the best. Specifically, the survey questions were about the best long-term investment choices.
In Week 1, it certainly seemed like Watt's "humble lifestyle" was the best approach for him, after signing a six-year contract
Many people do live paycheck-to-paycheck--not because they're flat-out broke, but because they've wisely allocated their income into all the necessary buckets.
And you can't forget this one. And this one: Or this one, with money, guns and classism: To downright offensive, like this
Yet millionaires also believe that cultural and family issues prevent many Americans from climbing the wealth ladder. They
Napoleon's definition of a military genius was "The man who can do the average thing when all those around him are going crazy." Rich people are similar. They remain normal when everyone else can't.
I say, you don't need to be a Rockefeller or Gates to contribute to society; philanthropy is a way of life in today's world
Being rich re-wires your brain and your environment in such a way that it’s easy to feel entitled to your money and harder