Convictions of the Rich: There have been many books written on ways to earn money and achieve wealth. This is mainly due to the increasing need and demand of people for this type of book.
- The Rules of Getting Rich by Richard Templar.
- Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by Harv Ecker.
- How Rich People Think by Steve Siebold.
And for the absence of repetition, what was found in one of these books and was discussed in the other book will be summed up in one point bearing the same meaning. The goal is to convey the idea and clarity of purpose and not to show its place in the book from the books mentioned above.
Convictions of the Rich:
Work and achievement, not luck or the lottery ticket, are their main conviction. They can make their lives the way they want. It is not an inevitable fate that cannot be changed as many think. They take responsibility for their actions and do not blame others when they face obstacles. Also, they avoid negativity full of vitality and positivity.
View on Money
They view money as a friend and that it provides a lot of comfort. It helps in solving problems. Also, it often brings happiness as long as it is used well.
They set their sights on the future
They think about the future and plan constantly and set extraordinary goals and are not satisfied with achieving a few of them. Moreover, they are not satisfied with achieving a certain number of the amount of their wealth. They do not stop once they conclude a deal or achieve something in the world of money. Also, they always aspire for more and have a certain time in the day to work and plan to get wealth and getting richer. They keep track of their investment portfolio agenda and pay close attention to detail and manage it themselves.
Passionate about True Knowledge
They are always interested in reading the financial and business section of the newspaper and follow the economic bulletin (and do not spend their time reading the rest of the newspaper’s sections of rumors, news, entertainment, and entertainment). Even in their spare time, they often spend it learning. Their craving for knowledge does not stop and their homes are filled with libraries that contain useful and useful books.
They invest in real estate and diversify their investment portfolio. Also, they often invest in things that have good value and return in the future, which of course they understand the nature of in order to reduce the value of the loss. However, if they invest in things that they almost do not understand, especially if they feel that in this investment good returns of interest, they get an expert and financial advisor.
Taking Risks Despite Fears
Despite their natural feelings such as fear and anxiety, they take risks and do not stop at obstacles or the emergence of problems and they are not satisfied with giving up. However, in most cases, they know the appropriate time to enter or exit any investment, and they are not satisfied with one source of income, but rather work to find various and new sources.
Ascetics in Appearances
Most of them are practical and do not like to pretend or show off, and they are satisfied with a few clothes and consumer goods. They do not resort to filling their homes with things that are useless or dispensable. Also, they spend less money than they earn and raise their children from a young age to assume responsibility and economy. Children are taught not throw things that can be recycled and reused. They also train them to invest small amounts of money from their expenses in creative ways to accustom them to paying attention to the value of money and the importance of investment.
They seize opportunities and are always vigilant to make the best use of them. They keep working and they don’t need money. Also, they always buy away from renting as they see it as a waste of money with no benefit to the person in the future. They think smart as they spend so little time working But they master the art of selling, making deals and the art of negotiation.
Believe in the justice of God in the distribution of sustenance
Finally, their hearts are pure towards those who have achieved wealth or succeeded in climbing to the top of the rich, rather they invest that in listening to them and learning from their experiences and experiences and aspire to reach what they have reached, and pure also towards the group that does not have money. So they share their wealth with them and give them gifts and give them alms. But in most they help these people to provide them with work that helps them fill the focus of their need, as most of the wealthy have their own charitable institutions.