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Why do you want to be rich?
Why do you want to be Rich?
Perhaps surprisingly, most people are stumped by
the question above. Many will say "so I can buy that
house or that car, or so I don't have to work".
Almost everyone would like to live in abundance,
but most haven't figured out exactly what it could
mean beyond the material.
Whether you agree or not, if money is the sole
motivator you're likely to give up before you ever
get rich. Simply because your reason wasn't big enough.
Before you even get to figure out a real reason to become
rich, such as creating better opportunities for your
children, you need to realize it's okay to be rich. Now
you're saying "what's wrong with you? I have no issue
with being rich." Well, subconsiously many of you
believe wanting to be rich is somehow a little wrong.
Where do you think sayings come from like "money
isn't everything" or "money doesn't make one happy"?
So who came up with those sayings? The poor, the lazy,
the insecure, in short: people who perceived the world
from a perspective of powerlessness and lack.
They came up with justifications for the situation they
found and kept themselves in.
Heck, I used to say stuff like this myself until I educated
myself on human behavior and motivators.
It is okay to want to become rich as long as your purposes
also serve things bigger than you and your material desires.
The authors of "The enlightened Millionaire" are actually
looking to create a team of 100 hundred millionaires to see
how their combined contribution could impact society in a
positive way. Isn't that a refreshing way to look at the
use of ones wealth?
One of my favorite financial writers , NYT best-seller
David Bach, lays down the psychology of your 'why' better
than I ever could, so I've posted a short segment from
one of his audios for you to enjoy.