rich clients make you rich

Getting rich isn’t easy, but there are many logical formulas that explain why some make it and others don’t.

One of these formulas is customers/clients.

There’s an old saying which is, “If your boss isn’t rich then how do you expect to become rich?”

Well the same applies in 99.9% of situations when it comes to clients and customers.

If your clients and customers aren’t rich, then how do you expect to become rich? They’re not going to be spending enough. These people are feeding you with what they have.

Their money becomes your money, and they’re certainly not going to give you all of what they have. If they’re not rich, then they’re spending is going to be lower. Most people spend a fraction of what they have at any moment. Unless it’s a house, most people will not simply unload their entire net worth in one go.

This is why even people in lower level real estate can make a ton of money, but people in low level car sales will probably make a decent living at best.

There are billionaire businesses that get there from selling a product worth $5, but this is when you build something that the entire world needs, which is extremely rare.

The majority of people and businesses make roughly as much as their clients have.

 

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People work on the same rung. A guy selling millionaire dollar homes will become a millionaire because the commission is ridiculous.

The guy selling second hand clothing will make as much as his customers because they don’t have big money to spend.

An accountant makes a similar wage to that of his clients in the long run.

Wealth is a matter of aligning yourself. Of course there are industries like the Porn industry where you can charge nothing, but become a billionaire simply based on pure numbers and advertising, but as we said this is rare because it’s global.

If you work with the best or the richest, then you can demand high fees simply because they have it to spend. However, no matter how good a job you do, if you have clients/customers that don’t have money, then regardless of how badly they want what you have, they can’t pay for your services or products.

Millions of people want a Rolex, want to splurge in a Gucci store or want to buy a Ferrari, but they just can’t do it. It’s not like the demand isn’t there, the want to do these things, but it’s just financially impossible for them to do so.

This is why so many rich people go straight to the top once they create a new business. Instead of working their way up once again, they just create something that only the richest people can buy, and cash in on ridiculous amounts of money all in one go.

 

It Starts Before You Even Know It

People will get all excited about starting a business, or getting a new job. They’ll then invest maybe a year or two into this process with the belief that they’ll get rich.

However their future has already been carved out. Someone with the best work ethic, best attitude and best team around them isn’t getting as rich from selling ice creams as someone with a terrible work ethic, attitude and team, who’s selling expensive real estate.

The reason being, the real estate guy could eclipse your entire yearly earnings in one mega deal. The key is also that it wouldn’t be that hard to do. As long as you’re in the correct place to land a mega deal, your chances are a lot higher than the person who’s selling ice creams with all the skills needed to succeed.

It’s like they say, you have to be in it to win it. If you’re not in the right industry, then it may be 100 times harder for you to make what someone else is making.

Although companies like Gucci put a ton of work into their brand and maintaining their professionalism. Can you imagine how much easier it is for Gucci to make millions when a single bag is worth $25,000. Selling ice creams at $3 a piece you’d have to sell over 8 thousand to reach the same numbers, that kind of output isn’t possible unless you cut into those profits to hire others.

It’s a lot easier to find one person to buy an expensive bag, than it is to find 8,000 people to buy an ice cream, especially when it’s cold.

Be aware of who you’re selling to before you even start selling. Be aware who you’re working for before you start working. Be aware of the kind of money that can be made in your industry before you get into that industry.

If you don’t do this, you could be holding yourself back regardless of how hard you work or how great you are.

Always remember that your wealth is very similar to that of your clients/customers. It’s not always accurate, but in the majority of cases this is true.

Spend a little bit more on your products manufacturing cost, re-brand it, call it luxury, and you could increase your profits by 1000%

Get a job as a vet and you’ll make a good wage. Train to become an expert in exotic animals, label yourself as a specialist and you’ll probably end up working with some of the richest people in the world all around the globe.

The difference in skill-set is minimal, there may not even be a difference at all. However the vet who’s labelled themselves as an exotic animal specialist has made themselves appear rare, of a higher level and is catering to something that the average person can’t afford.

How many people do you know who own a cheetah? Probably none. Yet there’s rich people in places like the UAE who keep them as pets and are willing to spend hundreds of thousands to keep them in good health.

Their money, becomes your money!

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Getting rich isn’t easy, but there are many logical formulas that explain why some make it and others don’t.

One of these formulas is customers/clients.

There’s an old saying which is, “If your boss isn’t rich then how do you expect to become rich?”

Well the same applies in 99.9% of situations when it comes to clients and customers.

If your clients and customers aren’t rich, then how do you expect to become rich? They’re not going to be spending enough. These people are feeding you with what they have.

Their money becomes your money, and they’re certainly not going to give you all of what they have. If they’re not rich, then they’re spending is going to be lower. Most people spend a fraction of what they have at any moment. Unless it’s a house, most people will not simply unload their entire net worth in one go.

This is why even people in lower level real estate can make a ton of money, but people in low level car sales will probably make a decent living at best.

There are billionaire businesses that get there from selling a product worth $5, but this is when you build something that the entire world needs, which is extremely rare.

The majority of people and businesses make roughly as much as their clients have.

 

Pairing

People work on the same rung. A guy selling millionaire dollar homes will become a millionaire because the commission is ridiculous.

The guy selling second hand clothing will make as much as his customers because they don’t have big money to spend.

An accountant makes a similar wage to that of his clients in the long run.

Wealth is a matter of aligning yourself. Of course there are industries like the Porn industry where you can charge nothing, but become a billionaire simply based on pure numbers and advertising, but as we said this is rare because it’s global.

If you work with the best or the richest, then you can demand high fees simply because they have it to spend. However, no matter how good a job you do, if you have clients/customers that don’t have money, then regardless of how badly they want what you have, they can’t pay for your services or products.

Millions of people want a Rolex, want to splurge in a Gucci store or want to buy a Ferrari, but they just can’t do it. It’s not like the demand isn’t there, the want to do these things, but it’s just financially impossible for them to do so.

This is why so many rich people go straight to the top once they create a new business. Instead of working their way up once again, they just create something that only the richest people can buy, and cash in on ridiculous amounts of money all in one go.

 

It Starts Before You Even Know It

People will get all excited about starting a business, or getting a new job. They’ll then invest maybe a year or two into this process with the belief that they’ll get rich.

However their future has already been carved out. Someone with the best work ethic, best attitude and best team around them isn’t getting as rich from selling ice creams as someone with a terrible work ethic, attitude and team, who’s selling expensive real estate.

The reason being, the real estate guy could eclipse your entire yearly earnings in one mega deal. The key is also that it wouldn’t be that hard to do. As long as you’re in the correct place to land a mega deal, your chances are a lot higher than the person who’s selling ice creams with all the skills needed to succeed.

It’s like they say, you have to be in it to win it. If you’re not in the right industry, then it may be 100 times harder for you to make what someone else is making.

Although companies like Gucci put a ton of work into their brand and maintaining their professionalism. Can you imagine how much easier it is for Gucci to make millions when a single bag is worth $25,000. Selling ice creams at $3 a piece you’d have to sell over 8 thousand to reach the same numbers, that kind of output isn’t possible unless you cut into those profits to hire others.

It’s a lot easier to find one person to buy an expensive bag, than it is to find 8,000 people to buy an ice cream, especially when it’s cold.

Be aware of who you’re selling to before you even start selling. Be aware who you’re working for before you start working. Be aware of the kind of money that can be made in your industry before you get into that industry.

If you don’t do this, you could be holding yourself back regardless of how hard you work or how great you are.

Always remember that your wealth is very similar to that of your clients/customers. It’s not always accurate, but in the majority of cases this is true.

Spend a little bit more on your products manufacturing cost, re-brand it, call it luxury, and you could increase your profits by 1000%

Get a job as a vet and you’ll make a good wage. Train to become an expert in exotic animals, label yourself as a specialist and you’ll probably end up working with some of the richest people in the world all around the globe.

The difference in skill-set is minimal, there may not even be a difference at all. However the vet who’s labelled themselves as an exotic animal specialist has made themselves appear rare, of a higher level and is catering to something that the average person can’t afford.

How many people do you know who own a cheetah? Probably none. Yet there’s rich people in places like the UAE who keep them as pets and are willing to spend hundreds of thousands to keep them in good health.

Their money, becomes your money!