How The Poor, Middle Class and Rich Think and Which Thinking You Should Adopt
When you study different lifestyle and behavioral backgrounds in almost any country you’ll find that the poor, middle class and rich behave in certain way that in some sense keeps them or helps them grow where they are.
For example the poor keep getting poorer and the rich keep getting richer.
It is almost a rule that happens.
The Poor Class Thinking
First we’re going to talk about the poor class and the way the think which almost set them for failure and keeps them where they are.
The thinking they chose to adopt in many ways aggravates the situation for them turning them into a class that can’t make it on themselves.
They need the help of the government in the form of the 401k and usually apply for the free transportation stamps and other programs they have.
The poor class usually relies on the family for support, loans and advice. And very often never pay their family as the loan was viewed as a “gift”.
The poor class put their hope into the lottery, you’ll often hear them saying stuff like “I’m going to do ‘this and that’ when I win the lottery.
If I just win the lottery I would go on vacation… They’re very used to the term “If I just…”
The Middle Class Thinking
This group of families thinks very differently as the poor class, they rely on different values and different streams of work and income.
The middle class group always takes formal (academic) education very importantly to the growth of their children.
The most common term on their dictionary is ‘get good grades, find a good paying and secure job and do your best to climb the corporate ladder.
The middle class try to save some leftover money from their weekly payouts hoping one day to buy the dream house or car or vacation, etc.
The Rich Class Thinking
The rich people think totally the opposite of the other two groups, most of the time the other 2 groups are trying to rely on someone else to help them or depend on someone else to pay their bills.
The rich people think about their personal development and are constantly asking to themselves “what can I do to turn this dollar into 2-3 dollars”.
The rich group is very proactive and has the ability to make their own decisions even under pressure.
The Rich People are constantly assessing their investments and making sure they’re bringing profit otherwise they take other investments.
They own a lot of real estate and they pay for good legal and accounting advice which usually brings them more money.
They’re avid readers, I know some people that read 2 books per month, but they’re not reading any kind of fiction books.
Instead they read financial, business, personal development, accounting, investments and more books in the subject.
The rich people made their fortunes through their businesses and are constantly looking for new business opportunities or finding the way to make them public.
Based on what you just read which thinking do you think you should adopt?
The rich person’s thinking right.
You should always be learning new stuff, read books about the same topics they read, ask for good legal and accounting advice whenever you’re going to start a new business.
Be open to new ideas and new business ventures, don’t be afraid of trying because you may fail, failure is the biggest teacher rich people have.
If they would have failed several times they wouldn’t have learnt the information that allowed them to make good business decisions in the future.
So, which thinking are you going to adopt?
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