It’s the question on everyone’s mind these days as we wait in suspended animation watching the value of the dollar drop and the employment rate rise. Even more intriguing is the idea that people will go into the recession with mediocre wealth and come out rich, just as people leveraged Great Depression and become a part of the large group of self-made millionaires who acquired their wealth because of financial crisis.
Does anyone hold the answers to the question about when the recession will end? Are the people who are squandering that knowledge those who will get rich fast while the rest of the hard working people are left in the dust? There’s only way to find out the answer to these questions, and to make sure you’re NOT the one eating dust…
Wealth Building and the Definition of Luck.
It’s easy to think of people who get rich fast as being lucky, but what is luck anyway?
Laboring…we all know what that means and as you are reading this, over 90% of the population is laboring day and night just to survive…let alone the idea of wealth building and acquiring financial security. Why is this? It’s because of the third word in the bullet list above: correct. Think about what you learned about money in school. You learned how to add and subtract, how to make change…maybe you learned how to balance a checkbook.
But what did you learn about wealth building? What did you learn about how the principles of human behavior (which haven’t changed since the beginning of civilization) determine the flow of wealth from one person to another? What did you learn which will help you to not only predict the answer to the “When will the recession end,” question and how the end of that recession will spell the beginning of complete financial freedom and security with those who are laboring under correct knowledge?
In other words, you might be laboring hard…very hard, but what knowledge are you applying?
Why the Rich Don’t Want You to Get Rich Fast.
People who have mastered the skill of wealth building don’t want you to labor under correct knowledge, and most likely you’d do the same if you were in their position. It’s in our nature to look out for our own best interest and our own survival and financial security. If it weren’t, you’d probably be giving a lot more money to charitable causes and spending a lot more time helping others at your own expense. If you want to place yourself among those who will become wealth because of the recession, you have to look out for yourself and gain the correct knowledge.
This is the only way to make sure that your laboring is not for the sake of making someone else wealthy and financially secure. When will the recession end and how will you benefit from it? It all depends on how diligent you are in your quest for the correct knowledge.