You are telling me that if I follow these habits of these incredibly wealthy people, I will become like one of them? Sign me up! Woohoo!
Who could possible know, how easy the road was for these incredibly rich and wealthy people? Only themselves, and there is nobody to blame. When I was growing up, in my early teens years when I began playing with computers, I quickly figured out multiple patterns that I could repeat in order to make myself a ton of money. It was the easiest road of all – and the only requirement was that I am patient and willing to risk of not getting a payment.
I’d love to go in details, but I only wanted to point out that the easy road, eventually, disappears as an option to move forward.
What Bill Gates is trying to teach say, is the importance of not getting overly attached to money and instead focus upon our own creative geniuses. While some people, genuinely, are money magnates and live their whole life making, spending and learning money – he is not one of them, and instead believes in equal rights to everyone. The one reason he currently owns the largest charity organisation in the World.
If you were a billionaire (millionaire, even), would you go down the same road that Bill has? The philanthropic and scholar way of living the life and giving back as much as possible? You can always keep your word by signing up to The Giving Pledge.
True, all of this is just some side information on how wealthy people look at money, the one of many reasons why they also get to keep it. Growing up, and learning to make money work for you, instead of you working for money, is one of the essential life skills that one can learn.
This infographic is trying to compare rich people to poor people, by looking at how each of the groups are spending and managing their time. I’d like to say that as of late, I have been trying to force myself to be on the wealthy side of things, though TV was never something that I liked much.
Learning to set reasonable and achievable goals is the way forward, for all of us. Living mindlessly and helping other people fulfill their dreams – that ain’t my cup of tea, is it yours?
[ B-M-D ]
What about you? Do you exercise on regular basis? Do you consider yourself to be passionate and willing to invest the necessary amount of time and energy into that what you do in order to reap higher rewards? I’d love to heard what you have to say :)