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Old 14th November 2014, 11:52 AM
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Starting this thread for posting articles from an internet article about Wealth creation.Also will be posting articles/posts/images from other sources.

Focus will be on the most important aspect investing of Wealth Creation.
People work hard all their lives and forget this aspect of money.Saving/investing has a major domain which is wealth creation.
By the right tools and proper knowledge , savings can be converted into Wealth.

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1) Average people think MONEY is the root of all evil. Rich people believe POVERTY is the root of all evil.

Average fellas are SCARED of money. You read that correctly. FEAR of money. You’ll hear average fellas say things like “I would never try and make money from this. I would never do this just for money” etc. Like money is AIDS and they would never try and get it. Everyone needs money because money is freedom. This fear of money is a one-way ticket to average town. Everyone needs money, there is no damn reason to make excuses or justify it or be afraid of it. I want money. This is how I make my money. Deal with it. Don’t be ashamed of your need or want for money. Get out there and take it and leave the excuses for average Joe.
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Hi amit !!

Nice to see articles on wealth creation ...carry on your good work !!
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Hi Amit

Very good Subject and Very Very useful for all ....

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Most important tool for wealth creating would be your earnings; If you cant earn decent then you cant invest decent. In a capitalist society like ours Rich is getting richer and poor is getting poor. So earn well (study well if you cant own a business) and invest well thats that only way to move higher up the ladder. Inheritance (both wealth, atmosphere and genetics) will play a big role in the wealth you end up with. If you are able to fight it up and move up the ladder it would be big achievement. (more gyan to follow)
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Dear Traders keep on improve your skills until you reach GOAL ....
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2) Average people think selfishness is a vice. Rich people think selfishness is a virtue.

Everyone is selfish, but there are two types of selfishness: overt selfishness and covert selfishness. You want to be OVERTLY selfish. Covert selfishness is for scared. When you come right out and say “I want it my way and I’ll have it my way” you will get what you want. When you play the covertly selfish guy, also known as nice guy syndrome, you are only going to get blasted out.

Nice guys aren’t nice guys. They want the same thing overtly selfish guys want, money and women, but they’re too scared to come right out and demand it so they play nice and hope they’ll be able to manipulate that outcome. But it won’t happen, it’ll never happen. You want it? Take it.Play the nice guy game.
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3) Average people have a lottery mentality. Rich people have an action mentality.

I hear these losers all the time, “if I could just win the lottery. If I could just get a chance. If my big break would come in” and blah blah blah. I don’t expect anything to be given to me. If I want it you can be damn sure I’ll go and get it.

Play your stupid lottery, sit on your stupid couch in front of your stupid tv, and make your stupid excuses. Someone else is out there kicking ass and taking what is rightfully his.
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