Penniless or Prosperous
Out of 100 million households in America, only 3% or three million have a net worth exceeding $5 million. Research confirms that America’s poor think differently than America’s rich. In fact, their thoughts are often opposite.
Here are just six of the ways the poor and the rich think differently.
One, the poor think that wealth comes from taking; the rich think that wealth comes from serving.
Two, the poor think they will always be broke; the rich think that if they are broke, it is only temporary.
Three, the poor think that it’s how much money you make that matters; the rich think that it’s how much money you keep that matters.
Four, the poor think they are a victims of their environment; the rich think they can create and control their environment.
Five, the poor think poverty is a virtue; the rich think poverty is a disease.
Six, the poor think there’s a scarcity of resources in the world; the rich think there’s an abundance of resources in the world.
If you want to be rich and join the three percent with a net worth exceeding $5 million, then begin by changing how you think.
Now think like the rich and go out there and create wealth!