“Wealthy people drove Toyota Camry’s and wore Levi’s jeans to meetings.”
We reject wealth.
…and we don’t even know it.What we believe and how we see the world ultimately determine our life economic future.
It sounds rough, but it’s true.
While working in a bank, I quietly studied people who became wealthy. What this means is that they never realize they have cash.
My bank bosses called them wealthy. They were our private banking customers. They took our concierge service.
They drove Toyota Camry’s and wore Levi’s jeans to my meetings. They looked average, but beneath the surface they had cash rolling around that didn’t feel the need to flush.
I spent so much time with these quiet billionaires that their way of life affected me. I’m totally hooked now. The biggest theme is this…
Being rich is more about yourself *please do not* do.
Here are the habits that quietly made them wealthy.
Laziness does not exist.
It’s a sideshow. The reason people take jobs that will never make them rich is because they are doing the wrong thing.
Their chosen jobs require effort. So it will be a BS work. Work that feels easy is the antidote. Let’s take an example.
Andre Agassi became one of the most successful tennis stars of the 90s. After reading his book, I was surprised to learn that he hates tennis.
His dad made him do it.
It was torture. What?
He succeeded in it and became rich. But he never got rich because tennis didn’t make him feel the freedom that is true wealth. Instead, he took up the sickening art of smoking meth. Fool.
Another tennis star, Novak Djokovic, oppose of Agassi.
“I like hitting tennis balls so I can continue playing at this level… [other players on the tour] A person without proper motivation. No need to talk to them. I can see it…”.