Are the differences between rich people and poor people mostly a matter of class and economic mobility? Are people born to wealth and poverty and destined to remain there? Or are there observable differences in attitude and action that tend to lead people to specific levels of affluence?
From my experience, it's some of both. We believe that there are absolutely systemic issues that contribute to wealth and poverty. But we also believe that there are attitudes and habits that foster wealth and success. These attitudes and habits can be learned. They can be applied to our own lives, allowing us to build better futures. Many researchers have discovered that daily habits dictate how successful or unsuccessful you will be in life. There is a cause and effect associated with habits. Habits are the cause of wealth, poverty, happiness, sadness, stress, good relationships, bad relationships, good health, or bad health.
There are plenty of poor people who have the right mindset but struggle because of external factors. There are plenty of rich people who do not have these attitudes but have managed to obtain wealth anyhow. Self-made millionaires have mastered certain rules of etiquette principles you have to master if you want to be a success. Instead of defining the differences between rich people and poor people, I think it's more constructive to look at what separates successful people from unsuccessful people. By examining the habits of the wealthy and successful, I think we can all find ways to change direction so we reach a better future.
Regardless of your circumstances, you can increase the odds that you'll achieve your goals if you model your actions on those of the people you want to emulate. If you want to be rich, look for common themes and habits in the lives of the wealthy. Do what you can to incorporate them into your own life. If you want to be successful, learn from the lives of successful people. When you see time as the greatest risk of all, it will force you to become more aware of exactly how to invest your time.
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