Billionaires and Millionaires do think and act in the same ways most of the time. The only thing that sets them apart is their financial thermostats. If you are reading this article then your financial thermostat most likely is set for thousands (for the time being). The millionaire’s financial thermostat is set for millions of dollars. The Billionaire’s thermostat is set for billions. So in essence, the billionaire basically does the same things as the millionaire except for one thing. He or she is a bigger thinker. He or she has a higher limiting ceiling. He or she is playing a bigger game.
So here’s what I just did as I was writing this article. I ran two searches. One for the term “millionaire” and one for the term “billionaire.” I found it mind boggling that there were roughly 6.76 million search results for “billionaire” compared to a whopping 16 million results for “millionaire!” But after taking a moment to think about why such a discrepancy exists, it all makes sense.
They think big. Before computers became a commonality in almost every American home, Bill Gates made a statement that they would be. He knew, without a doubt, that his impact on industry as well as history be substantial. Richest people in the world don’t just start “mom & pops,” then “accidentally” grow to huge successes. They start businesses with huge ambitions in mind.
If not, then I suggest that you take a good look at your self and the thoughts that you have on a daily basis and change them to the mind set of a millionaire.
An asset that has a rising appreciation is the third criteria of a healthy asset. A rising appreciation means the asset has a value Youngest Billionaires that increases without needing extra expenses.
The unemployment rate is above 10 percent in states like California, South Carolina and Rhode Island. Michigan has the nation’s highest jobless rate at 11.6 percent. Texas has been fortunate to have seen some job growth in the last year, keeping the state unemployment rate under seven percent. It is slightly lower for the Austin metro area. The national unemployment rate was 8.1 percent in February.
Let’s face it. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization estimates it would only take $30 billion a year to feed the world’s hungry. I do hope the world’s richest will decide to give $600 billion to global causes. The Pledge has inspiring potential…