There are principles that govern the exchange/movement of money. The one I want to talk about is the so called value for money. This means that; those who have money are willing to exchange it for value and those who want money have to give value for it.
For example, employers hire and pay those who would help them make more money, employees add value to get paid. A shopper walks into a store with money in her pocket. She can only separate with her money if she gets something of value in return, that is, something she values with the same or more magnitude as the amount of money she uses to ‘buy’ it. She may not give up her money if she believes she is not getting at least equal value in return for her money.
The same principle applies to those who are trying to be super rich. The more value we give or create to as many people who are willing to exchange their money for, the more money we make. What is it of value you think you can create that those with money you want to accumulate would be willing to give up their money for?
1. If the value is construed to be less than the amount of money it requires to get it, then the less likely the sale or transaction.
2. If the value is construed to be more than the amount money it requires to get it, then the more likely the sale or transaction
3. If you want to increase the amount of money you receive, then add more value than expected and promised.
Note that I didn’t mention degrees, your background, your country, your parents nor color of your skin, as these are irrelevant to this principle.
Money flows in the direction of value, especially in a win-win transaction. Go out there and add value.
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