What do people buy on Payday?
After meeting their basic necessities, they buy stuff. What is stuff? It's non-essential brick-a-brack, mostly junk from yard sales, flea markets, and Walmart. Their homes are full of stuff. Every wall, every table filled to overflowing with stuff.
Nothing wrong with buying stuff, but after years of buying stuff, how much money do have they saved for retirement? When was the last time they took a really nice vacation?
On the other hand, what do rich people buy on pay day? They buy something that will make them more money.
True story... When Warren Buffet (one of the richest men in the world) was 9 years old, he had a paper route. Young Warren saved all he could every payday, and after a few months purchased an old used pinball machine.
He asked the local barber shop owner if he could place the pinball machine in his shop on commission. Naturally, the barber agreed. His customers liked to play pinball while they waited, and the barber made some extra cash.
With two streams of income, by age 12, Warren had placed more pinball machines and was making more money than his Father.
Obviously, you can't be another Warren Buffet. You're well past nine years old. But you can invest a little time and a tiny bit of money in something that can put you on the road to riches. I'm talking about spending five dollars for a membership in the 'New Oil Barons' which will give you an instant return of almost that much in the form of a certificate worth five-gallons of crude oil at current OPEC prices.
Then, because time is money, and one certificate isn't a million dollars, you can accumulate thousands more certificates with a small investment in time. So the formula for becoming rich with the New Oil Barons becomes: a tiny bit of money plus a little bit of time = a huge payout in 12 months.
So... instead of throwing all of your spare cash away on stuff next payday, spend five of it on something that can make you rich.
The long term benefits of investing in yourself are well worth the chance, unless of course, you think you are not a good investment. In that case, just keep on buying stuff.
But if you'd like to see how easy it would be for you to become a winner, visit the Barons' website at http://thenewoilbarons.com
I know it's not stuff, but it could give you enough money to start buying good stuff, like a Tahiti vacation or one of the fantastic new Tesla Model 3s.
Now for the questioin of the day...What's the difference between rich and poor people?
Answer: Poor people work for money.... money works for rich people.
Cal Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
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