Thinking Stinking Rich

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Published: 06th February 2017
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A Quick Preamble:

It really is - like every aspect or category of your life - an out-and-out"mindset" thing…if you want to be wealthy, then simply "think" like the stinking-rich think…

…rich people build big wealth before they spend…they don't actually spend money at the outset, just because they have it and can afford the new car or new house etc. etc. etc…first and foremost, they invest their money - they only purchase those things that add real value and more money to their lives, they rinse-and-repeat the successes and voila, they have their bank manager eating out of their hands..!

So, are you thinking like the "Stinking Rich" or are you just spending your money like most people do - getting it, then spending it "like-a-rich-person", because you can..? Because you THINK you're rich..?

Cutting To The Chase:

I've got bad news for you…this is NOT how the wealthy spend their money, this is in fact exactly how poor people spend their money, so if you ever want to become truly wealthy, then you have to learn how to spend - and how not to spend, the money that you already have.

The "Stinking Rich" Mindset:

From today, right now, you must stop living and spending "like-a-rich-person" - you're being exploited…!

Your desires, or actually your ‘wants' and ‘nice-to-have' needs are being fully exploited by people who are more than willing to persuade you to take out loans and mortgages so that the monstrous interest you pay (for most of your life) is then reinvested by loaning it out to others who also live and spend "like-a-rich-person" - but are in fact actually pretty much broke…like you..?!?

That's right…most of the dudes and dudesses that you notice swanning around in those big fancy, and very expensive, cars and designer label clothing are more-often-than-not quite literally living day-to-day or salary cheque to salary cheque - because they can afford it - BUT - it's all just for show, because their bank account is severely lacking.

Just to add insult to injury, all the money that these people are spending is flowing straight into the hands of the wealthy, the "Stinking Rich"…why..?..because the wealthy love to invest and make money a whole lot more than spending it…

…and that my friend, as i tried to explain a little earlier, is THE big difference between the "broke" and the "stinking rich"…STOP LIVING AND SPENDING "LIKE-A-RICH-PERSON" and START ACTING LIKE A "STINKING RICH" PERSON.!

A person of true wealth, a "Stinking Rich" person, doesn't fall for the "money-trap" and overspend or run up excessive and unnecessary debt buying things that are not needed - he or she doesn't succumb to the "nice-to-have" issue until there's more than enough money to pay cash, with plenty left over for further money-making investments…

…they'll invest in many income streams and never concern themselves about being able to afford stuff - they simply focus on their investments and so affordability for anything they truly desire becomes a natural consequence of NOT worrying about whether they can afford it or not.
A Final Anecdote:

In a nutshell, true wealthy people, the "Stinking Rich" folk stay out of debt, make money work for them and they sell and promote…think about that for a minute…they SELL and PROMOTE…it's not just a coincidence that most people generally love to buy and most people are broke, whereas those who love to sell - their service, their product, their time etc. - are "Stinking Rich"…

…and that is a massively important "Stinking Rich" mindset secret right there…broke people hate to sell and they generally despise sales people - but they love to buy…Use it…Don't Use it..!


Before you go here's something i love - a poem from the late Robert Frost - it's a great lesson about making the right decision and very relevant to this post:

The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveller, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads onto way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence;
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.

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