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Wealth Building: Let The Wealth Building Secrets Of J. Paul Getty Inspire You To Great Achievement

One of the shortcuts to creating wealth is to learn from those

who have achieved great wealth.

The late John Paul Getty is known as one of the greatest wealth

builders in American history.

He was kind enough to distill his wealth building rules

for anyone who desires to amass wealth like him to follow.

Do you want to be fabulously rich? Then learn from the master

wealth creator himself, and follow in his footsteps:

Rule No. 1:

To acquire wealth today, you must be in your own business.

You may think that the corporate executive with a $100,000

salary is better off than small shop owner, but the executive

will be hard-pressed to double his income and taxes will eat up

most of any increase.

The simplest peanut vendor has unlimited opportunity to

expand his business and his income, and even salesmen,

who in most cases are able to write their own

paychecks, can control his sale increases himself.

Rule No. 2.

You must have a working knowledge of the business

when you start and continue to increase your knowledge of it as

you go along.

If you don’t know what you’re doing when you start, your

mistakes will be costly and often unnecessary, and you won’t be

able to keep up with the technological explosions in any field.

Start smart and stay that way.

Rule No. 3.

You must save money in your personal life and in

your business venture as well.

Discipline is the key to saving money. You must develop the

will power to deny yourself immediate gratification or the

temptation to gamble on the quick buck. Resources will be

needed for expansion and should be guarded carefully.

Rule No. 4.

You must take risks, both with your own money or

with borrowed money.

Risk-taking is essential to business growth.

Nelson Bunker Hunt is admired for his guts in trying to

corner the silver market, not scorned for losing money on this

deal.

Some of the richest men have staked their entire fortunes

and lost, several times over, before the risk-taking paid off.

Back those risks with good judgment, experience, commitment,

And the right support.

Seek advice on risks from the wealthy who still take risks,

not friends who dare nothing more than a football bet.

Rule No. 5.

You must not only learn to live with tension, you

must seek it out.

Thrive on stress! If it means getting physically fit, having a

psychiatric overall or losing 50 pounds before you can handle

it, do it.

Once you can learn to thrive on stress, you will not

only enjoy it, you will seek it out willingly and enthusiastically

and wonder how you could live any other way.

Men of means look at making money as a game which they

love to play.

Consider it serious business and you will suffer far more

stress than you need or want.

Keep your perspective or your stress level will rocket beyond

your control.

Rule No. 6.

Build wealth as a by-product of your business

success.

If wealth is your only object in business, you will probably

fail.

Wealth is only a benefit of the game. If you win, the

money will be there.

If you lose, and you will from time to time if you play long

and hard enough, it must have been fun or it was not worth it.

Rule No. 7.

Patience.

This is the greatest business asset. Wait for the right time to

make your moves.

Let your business grow naturally, not by pressing your luck.

Rules No. 8.

Diversify at the top.

Once you’ve made it, you’ll understand that any business is

limited in the challenges it offers.

You’ll want and need other games to play, so you’ll look

for other ventures to hold your interest.

May these words of wisdom from Mr. Getty inspire you

to build fabulous wealth and reach the stars.

Warmly,

Ikey- Benney, CEO

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