Work Hard For Your Money - Success Resources Richard Tan

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Employers work hard to accumulate money and then invest their money so they never have to work hard again.

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Work Hard For Your Money - Success Resources Richard Tan

  1. 1. WORK HARD FOR YOUR MONEY
  2. 2. Most of us were raised with the belief that you “have to work hard for your money.”
  3. 3. Chances are good that you didn’t grow up with the conditioning that it’s just as important to make your money “work hard for you.”
  4. 4. Hard work is important, but hard work alone won’t make you rich.
  5. 5. Billions of people around the world work hard every day just to survive. Most people are trained to be employees and self- employed business owners, but most of them don’t get rich.
  6. 6. The problem with that is if you’re an employee or are self-employed, you’re exchanging your time for money.
  7. 7. It’s not that having a job is bad, the bad part is the moment you decide to stop working, your income stops flowing.
  8. 8. Employees work hard and spend all their money, or keep it in a savings account that gets slowly eroded by inflation.
  9. 9. Employers work hard to accumulate money and then they invest their money so they never have to work hard again.
  10. 10. Your goal has to be different. To “never have to work again unless you choose to.” In other words, the goal is to become “financially free” as quickly as possible.
  11. 11. A lot of people think being financially free means you have to make over a million a year or something like that.
  12. 12. What most people aren’t trained to understand is, as long as the money you make when you’re NOT working covers your expenses, you’re financially free.
  13. 13. Success Resources Pte Ltd Main Office: 10/11 Pahang Street, Singapore 198611 Toll Free: 1800 7822 377 Direct: +65 6299 4677 Fax: +65 6295 2441 Email: info.sg@srpl.net Website: http://www.srpl.net
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