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Who Wants To Make Themselves A MillionaireWhy are we working to make other people rich Is it because we are trained to in school Or is it because big business makes an offer we cant refuse I think that at an early age we are taught to be a good employee rather than live life in a business state of mindAt an early age we are taught to be employees We are taught to work together to help us socialize with others in our work We are taught to follow directions to help us be better employees receive successful jobs and succeed in the jobs we do get I know that following directions and socializing with others are important in developing as a person but we also need to be taught a better business state of mind By this I mean we should learn how to develop ideas to become our own bossWe are taught at early ages to make good grades Why is this I believe it is because we are taught that good grades insure better jobs which is to an extent true Bill Gates Lawrence Ellison and Paul Allen the top three on Forbes richest people list had ideas developed them and became successful In Rich Dad Poor Dad the author states that wealthy people stay wealthy by teaching kids a business state of mind whereas middle class people tend to teach their kids to be an employee Kiyosaki 58 There are middle class people who become rich but I think its because they got out of the employee state of mind An example is Tom Reynolds he has a five-year-old business and fewer than 50 employees but is approaching six million dollars in sales I think he was goal-driven to become rich and this ambition got him from middle class to millionaire status Silverstein T8 When I used to work at Best Buy I would think of people like Tom Reynolds
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