Given the abundance of resources available to us, why aren’t we all millionaires?
Buckminster Fuller, famous inventor, wrote that, given the number of humans on earth and the abundance of resources available to us, every man, woman, and child should be a millionaire many times over.
Thousands of books have been written by people who’ve made a great deal of money, and by authors who studied those who made the biggest fortunes. Every year, millions of people buy books and programs on how to get rich.
So why aren’t we all millionaires?
Some of us do succeed in becoming millionaires in a relatively short time. Most of us don’t. What’s the difference between those who succeed and those who don’t?
This week, in Nairobi, we’ll get the chance to find out from my millionaire mentor Matt Morris.
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