Web Desk: People who experience the both lives can explain well the major difference between their thinking. Remember that if you’re not living in prosperity, you’re living in poverty.
Once a Bill Gates said, “It’s not your fault if you were born poor but it’s your fault if you die poor.” If you want wealth in your life, make up your mind. Try to observed the difference in thoughts and actions between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots.’
1a. Poor people are skeptical
Poor people are always suspicious about everything. Always looking at the weakness of people and think that everyone unjustly wanted his money.
1b: Rich people are trusting
Rich people have a tendency to trust people and give others the opportunity to be themselves.
2a: Poor people find fault
Poor people always look at the problems instead of solution. They blame the weather, environment, jobs, government, colleague for their failures. Their blaming and excusing game is the main reason of their failure.
2b: Rich people find success
They know everything happens for a reason, they put aside all the excuses and eradicate their blame lists because they have to do what must be done.
3a: Poor people make assumptions
Poor people often make assumption, instead of checking the facts or asking question. They avoid making true attempt when it comes to getting what they want.
3b: Rich people ask question
They ask questions as ‘what if?’ like ‘What if I wrote an email to the president and he or she answers?’ They don’t answer your question, question your answer.
4a: Poor people say, ‘they’ and ‘them’
Poor people always separate themselves with the other people by saying ‘they’ and ‘them’.
4b: Rich people say, ‘we’
Rich people have a strong sense of pride while introducing the whole staff as ‘we’.
5a: Poor people want the cheap way
They pick up clothes from the cheapest rack and buy that even if they don’t even want.
5b: Rich people want the best way
They always strive for quality material. They don’t limit themselves to price and never buy useless and worthless things.
6a: They prefer money over time
They waste their precious time for money. They trade time for money and never realize their true potential because of it.
6b: They prefer time over money
They never trade for their precious time. They will only do what they love doing and pursue it as a career, they know money can get back but time will never come back.
7a: Poor people compete
When poor people are given an opportunity, they never find an innovative way of doing it. They believe that doing what others are doing is the best thing they can do for themselves.
7b: Rich people create
They try to do everything differently, and try to do it in a creative and innovative way.
8a: Poor people complain, compete and criticize
They consider everything wrong. Use complaints as their weapon, criticize other and participate actively in a rat race.
8b: Rich people praise and enjoy their blessing
They appreciate and praise everyone. As a result of which, they are able to generate more. Many times, what gets praised gets prospered.