Test “Will you become rich?” consists of only 10 yes / no questions. It does not take a lot of time.
Of course, this test will help you in the future.
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In the comments a lot of things are asked about how to become rich.
Firstly, thanks for your questions!
I will try to answer simply and briefly.
Understand that there is no magic pill for wealth. There is no money button.
All the principles of wealth are actually very simple:
- Learn. Learning a profession and learning English will definitely help you on the path to wealth.
- Work hard and hard. Do not try to do many things at once. Do one thing, but do it well.
- Try to communicate more with those people who earn more than you.
- If your city / country is very poor and has no prospects – rather leave from there.
- Accustom yourself to saving.
- Every time you earn some money – save a small part (the main thing here is to accustom yourself to such a useful habit)
To begin with – do it and wealth will certainly come to you.
A few more words.
What is called the “secret of rich people” is nothing more than hard work and the right attitude to money. It’s all! Of course, there are lucky ones who got a huge inheritance as a gift, or they won some incredible amount in the lottery, but such people are an absolute minority.
And if we talk about the majority of wealthy people, then these 2 above-mentioned things are what distinguishes them from most others. Think about how you or how most people spend their money? We spend everything we earn. And this is one of our biggest mistakes. You need to accustom yourself to saving some of it every time you have money. Let this part be quite small, it is not that important. It is more important to develop this habit in yourself. And only then, when some amount has accumulated, think about how to properly dispose of it.
Setting aside, say, 5% of your income per month is not that difficult. And you won’t even feel it. But after a year, you will see that you were able to save up a good amount of money.