Sunday, August 06, 2006

Wealth Building

The first key is to make your money work for you, instead of you working for money.A poor person will work in a single job and when they need more money, they get a second job, and spend more time working. All this time spent working hard earns you a wage, of which, the establishment takes a large portion from you in the form of taxes and other deductions. A rich person would have people and money working for them. They would make their money work for them by using it to purchase assets.

For a rich person, money is not the prime objective, time is. You can work three jobs that take up your whole week and give you no time, and still not be as rich as you desire or deserve. Many people fall into this trap and try to work extra jobs to get extra money. You need to learn to work smarter, rather than just working harder. The key is to have your money working for you, and ideally, for you to be earning money whilst you sleep.

In today's electronic marketplace, it is possible to do this by marketing your skills, products, and services to the global marketplace via the Internet. Your money can also work for you in many other ways, in stocks and property to name but two. Be inventive and creative with your money, but remember, never invest more than you can afford to lose. Remember; make your money work for you.

You can find out how you can enter this online marketplace through the Info Product Success Guide. Read more about this at

To learn more about reducing debt and building wealth, I strongly recommend reading "The Richest Man in Babylon" by George S. Clayson. It's a small, cheap paperback that you'll finish in just a few hours; and then want to read again, and again. It contains invaluable advice in the form of parables set in ancient Babylon. Purchase your copy from

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