How To Get Rich Quick

Posted by: theinvestortoday / Category: Articles

Seriously? Why do we click stuff like this?

Step 1
Stop clicking things like this that present the easy way out. If you were commited to long term meaningful change, you might already be there. I bet you weren’t expecting someone to tell you the truth, were you?

Step 2
Change your thinking and stop worrying about what everyone else is doing.

“The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the time. ”
~Henry Ford

Keep with your new path towards financial education. Can you drastically change your financial situation in 90 days? Of course… but not without knowledge and actions. Focus on mastering yourself.

Step 3
Make a long term plan of action that you can stick with. Without real goals, you’ll never get there. While I can teach you to make upwards of 6 figures per year through real estate, you’ll need a plan.

“Give me a stock clerk with a goal and I’ll give you a man who will make history. Give me a man with no goals and I’ll give you a stock clerk.”
~JC Penny


4 Responses to “How To Get Rich Quick”

  1. Stemar Says:

    I also think that ther5e is no way to get rich quickly. As the article mentioned, action plan and really hard work is at the bottom of all. And yes, the correct settings of the goals are essential. I can say that only stupid and lazy people click at such ads and they get scummed almost immediately.

  2. James Says:

    All the get rich fast and the easiest way to make money are stupid. Without real goals and planning you are lost. Can you please share you secret how you make long term action plan? It is always very hard for me to came up with one.

  3. theinvestortoday Says:


    Don’t be mistaken, you can absolutely “get rich quick”. However, I think other courses mislead about the amount of time, energy and creativity involved in it. Just don’t go in with false expectations that it’s money for nothing as many “gurus” make it seem.

  4. theinvestortoday Says:


    It’s only hard because we spend so much of our lives being told what to do that when we get the chance to decide for ourselves, it can a challenge. Embrace the open canvass that is life. I really can’t help you with your action plan but my advice is to just do it. You can keep adding to it. It never has to be complete. I know that my business partner Frankie sends himself automated reminders every day via MS Outlook to stay on track with his goals.

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