It used to be that I thought having money was the key to happiness. I thought that if I could just make enough money, then I could have the life that I wanted. I was wrong.
I thought that if I could just rub shoulders with the wealthy, I could elevate my status and become rich myself. It turns out that this is a huge misconception.
I spent a lot of my time and energy trying to impress the people I thought could make me rich. I was constantly trying to show off my knowledge of finance, economics, and business.
I thought that if I could just get a few influential people in my corner, I would be successful. I was wrong.
I was so focused on trying to get the attention of the wealthy that I had no time to focus on my own goals.
I was so busy trying to be liked by the rich that I was not developing my own skills and abilities. Instead, I was trying to be like them, which is not the same thing.
It wasn’t until I realized that I was wasting my time and energy trying to be something I wasn’t that I stopped. I started focusing on my own skills, abilities, and interests. I stopped trying to be something I wasn’t and started valuing myself for who I was.
This was a difficult lesson to learn, but it was one that I’m grateful for. I realized that pretending to be something I wasn’t was not going to get me anywhere.
I needed to focus on my own goals and develop my own skills. I also realized that I didn’t need to be rich to be happy. I could be happy with whatever I had.
I have also learned that trying to carry the ‘balls’ of the rich people is not going to make me rich. It is only going to waste my time and energy.