Will I Be Rich?
In our struggles to live a better life, many of us wonder whether we’ll ever reach that moment of complete financial freedom. Are we doing the right things to get there? Or are we totally off? If you’re wondering the same thing, here’s your chance to find out.
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Aren’t you extremely rich already? Oh, it won’t be too long then. You have the right mindset and willingness to grow on every level for becoming absolutely financially independent. In your life, there will be a moment where you’ll be able to afford anything you want without working. But you’ll still work, just for fun. You’re on the right path, so keep it up!
If you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll definitely end up financially secure – as you probably already are. You’ll have a roof over your head, vacation abroad once a year and you’ll spend your golden years well. However, you’ll never be extraordinary rich. If that’s what you’re aiming for, we’d suggest you learn a bit more about investing, open your mind to taking some risks and make sure you work something you absolutely love to do!
If you win the lottery
Your current patterns are not only not the way to riches – they could leave you wondering how to make ends meet. Unless you happen to win the lottery, we just don’t see how you’ll ever get rich doing what you do right now. But it’s not too late to change things yet – start saving more, investing some of your savings, find a job you love and surround yourself with financially successful people. Slowly but surely, your future will change for the better.
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Do you spend less than you earn?
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What amount of your income goes in a savings account?
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Do you invest in any way?
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Do you love what you do for a living?
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How willing are you to take higher risk for higher profit?
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What was the financial pattern of your family?
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Most of your friends are:
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To you, learning and self-improvement is:
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You use credit to:
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You feel your spouse/partner: