Why do the rich keep getting richer, and the poor keep getting poorer?
Let's think outside the box for a minute. Why are there so many people that have money problems, while a small percent of individuals earn more money than what they spend.
Those who want to make money, and be their own boss, often find ways to make their dreams come true in more than one way. Everyone has ideas of how to make money, but only a small number of people will actually take the next step in making their dreams come true, and actually make money from their ideas.
Too many Individuals often wonder why is it that just a small number of people make their dreams come true. Economically speaking, the reason why only a small percent of individuals are wealthy is merely for the fact that they do not believe in 9 to 5 jobs. They make their own schedule, and work towards their own business in their own time.
To me, it seems that everyone can have the financial freedom that they want. All that it takes is a bit of hard work. Too many people ask me how I manage to make my money, even though so many people do not have the same experiences working online as I do. The answer is simple: I don't give up. I love what I do, and for many, this is not the case.
When looking at the individuals that are looking for an opportunity to make extra money, or quit their everyday jobs because they want to follow their passion. Few of them actually take the chance and make take their ideas to the next level. There are ways to overcome poverty, and actually jump, and become part of that 10th percentile of Americans that make more than the rest of the population.
So, why do the rich keep getting richer, and the poor keep getting poorer?
When looking at the differences when it comes to the obvious facts: Job industries, Better salary, or having a chance to save money over time, or being able to climb up the "corporate ladder" in many businesses.
These are just some of the things that people actually look forward to when they find or look for a good job. But who says that you can't be your own boss, and still be successful? In two years, I went from working as a secretary, to being a full time writer, and still having time to explore other forms of income on the side.
To say the least, I've found several possibilities that have allowed to still be a full time mother, and make the money that I want. In my case, I found that making the transition from having a steady paycheck, to working on my own, and wondering how i'm going to make rent each month has been nothing more than a challenge. However, it does beat having to work in a job that I don't particularly like.
So, Why do the rich keep getting richer, and the poor keep getting poorer? Could it be because of the choices that they make in life? Or because some people do not have the same advantages that the wealthy do?
You do not need to come from money to be able to have great opportunities facing you. Many individuals actually take the time to explore other possibilities when they want to make the change from having a regular job, to being able to be their own boss.
The only difference between individuals that cross the wealth margin, and make the money that they want annually is that they know how to take chances, and actually work towards their dream.
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