Rules of Wealth Building and Amassing Money

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200441367-003-56a092125f9b58eba4b1a783It is safe to say that most parents want to teach their children kindness, manners, and responsibility, and to impart knowledge on how to become self-sufficient and succeed in life. After all, no one plans on raising a deadbeat. However, when it comes to the latter, very few adults actually accomplish this task. Why? Because, as parents, we are limited to the experiences our parents passed on to us; the antiquated notion that to be successful is simply getting a job, saving a little money, and maybe purchasing a car or some equally important item. There is more to becoming successful in life, and it is my hope these seven rules will open your eyes and help you teach your children to avoid the traps that have stolen financial success from so many people.

Wealth Building Rule 1: Find a Financially Compatible Spouse

Wealth Building Rule 2: Recognize That Debt Is a Habit That Must Be Broken

Wealth Building Rule 3: If You Don’t Like Where your Parents Were at Your Age – Do Things Differently

Wealth Building Rule 4: When you Begin a Job, Look at the Pay of the Highest Employee

Wealth Building Rule 5: Do Something You Love and Get Paid for It

Wealth Building Rule 6: Understand the Money Myth

Wealth Building Rule 7: Your New Commodity is Not Your Labor, It’s Your Ideas

….read about all 7 Wealth Building rules HERE


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