The real statistics for wealth in the United States are as follows:
- 5% have generational wealth of at least $5 million
- 15% are comfortable middle class
- 80% will require family or government assistance at age 65 unless they continue working
Recently I have ran a variety of ads to introduce an income opportunity, and have discovered that the vast majority of people either do not want an income opportunity or are not willing to do whatever is required.
The truth is that unless you are self employed, you will most likely never be wealthy. If you are in the above 80%, you certainly will not become wealthy unless you start a business. And even if you are in the middle class with a very good job, by the time you repay your student loans, you still will not have enough reserves to maintain your lifestyle if anything catastrophic should happen to you.
If you could invest only a couple hundred dollars a month now, to achieve a passive income stream, would you do it? How about if you only had to invest one hundred dollars a month? If you answered no to these questions, how in the hell do you expect to get out of your rut? You know what a rut is, right? A rut is a grave with the ends kicked out. There is not a financial planner on the face of the earth that can help you become wealthy if you are not willing to finance the project. Whereas pretty much any financial adviser can get you a million cash to retire on if you start at an early age, live frugally, and save and invest with a strategy.
So, what if I could show you a way that in just 4 to 6 years, you could be earning 5 or 6 figures a month, would you be willing to invest the less than $200 per month to make it happen? If you answer no to this question, then you simply are not serious about a residual income stream.
Now, if you said yes, and you get 11 or 12 months in and you get hard up for money, are you willing to stick with it or will you fall behind in your commitment and abandon your goal? This is very important because if you do not stay active in your commitment, you lose it all and would have to start over.
Until you have sufficient motivation to do whatever it takes to follow through with your plan, you may as well not even make a plan in the first place because you are not serious and would rather be poor than do what it takes to become successful.
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