Monday, April 22, 2013

Are You Too Normal To Be Rich?

By Barry Goss / Source: The Wealth Vault

I want to bring to your attention a scary poll:

Only 13 people in 100 now believe they have enough money to retire comfortably. It was almost 30 in 100 in the first quarter of '10.

Now, don't misunderstand me here, when I ask this rhetorical question ('cause there is balance needed, as I'll tell you about in a second), but really...

With people hunkering down — families are de-leveraging at a massive pace — and many small businesses getting "the squeeze" from the contracting economy, do you really think this is the best time to SPEND money on a high-end course about "money mindset" (indirect activity) when you can just put the money you have to work for you (direct productivity)?

Of course, I'm speaking in general here, and not specifically asking YOU the above question.
However, to ask it differently and more personally:

Has your lifestyle recently changed because you didn't have access to a source of cash-flow, when you needed it?


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