There are 2 ways to get rich.
One,you earn a lot of money. If you choose to get rich this way, you must remember only way to succeed is where you do not compromise with your needs and wants. You just make more money to satisfy more of your needs and wants. You may have to cheat on your customers, and if you wouldn’t you at least will have to keep working hard n more everyday. Then you may get busier working because you want to keep going – want to get richer. That may affect you lose one or other important things around you; may be your bonding with family or your health. Getting rich may be easier; the tougher part is staying rich, that is where you may start losing patience and your health may be.
Another way to get rich is living simple and bringing your level of satisfaction higher. Start being more thankful create a perception full of satisfaction. Be happy with what you have and save more of your earnings. Use your money after healthy choices. Meet your needs, then your wants and desires eventually. This seems like a harder way to do it but it is definitely good for you at long run. This way will not create more hunger for money within you and so will stop you being a thief or being greedy.
Last night I was talking to a guy on the bus stop. Somehow the conversation led to the part where he started sounding that his employer or the government is being unfair to him for not giving him this and that benefit which he said he deserved. He carried on talking about his sad and poor life while he makes me hold a bottle of Bacardi he just bought, because he had to light his Marlboro to add more fun to the conversation. By the time the bus showed up I figured out it was not his employer or government being unfair about paying him money. It was rather himself who did not have money to buy cereal and milk occasionally, because he was spending his money on alcohol; cigarettes and Dr.Dre headphones.
How money smart are you? Do you really think you have lesser potential to get rich than the world to stop you? Think again.
Make valuable choices first, and then expensive deals.