Myths about money. Part 3
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We have come to the final stage of our journey into the world of harmful financial delusions. It remains to debunk the last four myths that have captured the minds of a huge number of people.

So let’s get started!

Myth 8. You won’t earn much without the right connections

Popular belief: it is possible to get a prestigious position or become a successful entrepreneur only with the help of influential acquaintances. It is impossible to achieve high results without outside help.

Disproof: there are many examples when people achieved tremendous success solely on their own.

We have already mentioned the amazing story of Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal. Amazon India employees quitted their jobs to start their own business. Nobody supported them, everyone was sure that the young people were destined for failure.

Sachin and Binny had to rely only on themselves. They stubbornly proved to the people around them that their online store project was viable and worthy of attention. The persistence of business partners was rewarded — their company Flipkart was noticed by wealthy investors.

Today, Flipkart is one of the leading e-commerce players in India. According to the latest data, the company’s value is already estimated at $37.6 billion and continues to grow.

Myth 9. All rich people are idlers and squanderers

Popular belief: while others generate profit for the rich, enduring back-breaking work, the rich spend money on entertainment and expensive trinkets. These people are of no use to society.

Disproof: don’t confuse motivated individuals who achieved success through hard work with those who inherited wealth or won the lottery.

Millionaires work an average of 60 hours a week, and billionaires sometimes work 70-80 hours. These people have a huge responsibility, because they manage companies with a large number of employees and are responsible for their well-being.

Take a close look at the things that surround us and convince yourself that every single object, from a toothbrush to a smartphone, is the creation of a business that someone once founded and continues to develop.

Myth 10. On the way to wealth, a person forgets about morality

Popular belief: wealth and morality are incompatible things. In order to earn a lot, you will have to sacrifice your conscience, violate moral standards, disregard the interests of other people.

Disproof: let’s compare two approaches to money — “I want to financially provide for myself and my family” and “to earn as much as possible at any cost.” Do you see the difference?

In life, most people are guided by the first approach. If you do not seek to get all the money in the world, then there is no need to commit vile deeds. You can get a fairly high income without resorting to immoral actions.

Myth 11. Business is a monotonous routine

Popular belief: the life of an entrepreneur is a continuous monotony. Endless work for 8-10 hours a day, from Monday to Friday, in the same boring office. Due to such a regime, one can quickly fall into despondency.

Disproof: modern business has changed dramatically due to the development of the Internet. Forget about the office — work where you feel comfortable. Change your work schedule to suit your interests and preferences. The entrepreneur of the 21st century is the master of his/her life.

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Read the previous articles in the series:

Myths about money. Part 1

Myths about money. Part 2


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Published: 13.06.2022
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