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How Can I Get Rich? – The 7 Simple Factors Of Wealth Creation

What Is Wealth?

Most people believe the terms “wealthy” and “high-income” are the same. Surprisingly, most high-income earners are not wealthy; although they earn a lot of money, they don’t keep much of it. To be wealthy is not to amass material possessions, but to increase net worth by collecting appreciating assets.

The 7 factors of wealth

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1. They live well below their means

Control spending by creating an artificial economic environment of scarcity. Pay yourself first by investing at least 15% of income before spending on anything else.
Minimize realized (taxable) income, maximize unrealized (non-taxable) income.
Sacrifice high consumption today for financial independence tomorrow.
Get a mortgage less than twice your annual income.

2. They allocate their time, energy, and money efficiently, in ways conducive to building wealth

Save and invest early. An early start with low income can outweigh a late start with high income.
Invest at least 15% of gross/pretax income.
Follow a budgeting and plan your finances.
Invest passively with a buy-and-hold method to reduce capital gains and turnover.

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Inheritance

3. They believe that financial independence is more important than displaying high social status

Dollars are like seeds; you can consume them or plant them to grow.

4. Their parents did not provide economic outpatient care

The more dollars adult children receive, the fewer dollars they accumulate. Those forced to provide for themselves tend to be wealthier than those who are given financial aid.

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5. Their adult children are economically self-sufficient

Helping the financially weak generally makes them weaker.

6. They are proficient in targeting market opportunities

Offer goods and services to the affluent. Although they’re often frugal concerning consumer goods and services, they’re not as price-sensitive about investment services, accounting services, tax advice, legal services, medical care, educational products, homes, and products and services for their businesses.

7. They chose the right occupation

Sell your intellect; it’s portable across industries and geographic locations.

 

Dr Prem Jagyasi

Dr Prem Jagyasi

Author, Chartered Consultant, Personal Branding Expert & Global Trainer at DrPrem.com
Author of several life improving guide books – Dr Prem is an award winning strategic global leader, successful chartered consultant, personal branding expert and global trainer.  Dr Prem has traveled to more than 40 countries to work with above 150 international organisations and to speak in global conferences. Dr Prem has published several guide books and numerous niche websites which have millions of reader across the globe.
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  1. “Money, pardon the expression, is like manure. It’s not worth a thing unless it’s spread around, encouraging young things to grow.” – Dolly Levi : Hello Dolly! 1969

    Rule No. 3

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