… comes into your account…
… on a regular basis.
You spend a good part of it to keep your ball rolling.
If you save even a fraction, well you’re good, because this ain’t really an age of savers.
Saved income goes into an asset.
The asset either generates more income…
… or, it generates wealth.
What is wealth?
Wealth is not income. It doesn’t come into your current account regularly.
Wealth grows in a skewed fashion, like an exponential curve.
You don’t look at your wealth-generating asset everyday. Once a month is more than enough.
Wealth funds big events.
Wealth likes time, to grow.
Wealth separates you from those who are hungry. Hunger is not limited to food.
Have you understood the nature of wealth?
What do you strive for, income or wealth?
That’s a huge question.
I’ve answered it for myself.
It’s taken 12+ years to find the answer.
I’ll tell you.
I now strive to create wealth.
Because income has become just a number to my mind.
Yes, that’s the answer for me.
Learning to define the quest for income or wealth requires the appropriate state of mind.
When income becomes just a number to your mind, addition to it doesn’t satisfy you anymore.
Yeah, the kick is missing…
…the thrill-factor…you know what I’m talking about.
In an effort to rekindle this missing element, you then look to create wealth.
There’s enough additive securing you.
You start going for the multiple.