May sound crazy, but poor people are more successful than rich born people and here is why.

Rich born people don’t really value the money they have, they think it will always be there, but poor people know how hard it is to don’t have food or to be unable to pay your monthly bills.

Living poor is very hard and is a constant daily struggle. Every night you go to bed thinking about the little amount you have and now to pay everything and wake up in the morning with the same thought.

Being poor cause the same stress as having an illness, you don’t know if you will make it this month with a reasonable amount of food or you will starve. Imagine if you get sick and need to see a doctor but can’t afford, what will happen? Stay at home thinking “If I had money…” Usually poor people don’t dream becoming millionaires, they want enough money to pay the bills and have enough money to eat without struggling to fit into a budget.

Why poor people can become very successful and even millionaires?

The answer is very simple. One word: DESPAIR. They are desperate  to survive, desperate to eat and desperate to have a home and not living in shelters or on the streets.

Despair is their fuel to success. They are barely living and there is nothing to lose. They need hope and hope keep them trying.

Do your best and keep trying for the life you want!

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