5 Reasons Why Having A Job Is Not Enough To Make You Rich

Most aspiring successfuls often fall to the habit of complacency – that is – they often think and feel that having a job is enough. Just like a drowning person wading in the water of uncertainty, they do not realize the fact that what lies underneath their yearning and workings in a job is nothing more but a superficial attempt on making things right financially. Because here are 5 things why having a job is not enough to make you rich or even make you successful.

  1. If you think passing boards, getting a creditaion, and just having a job is enough; think again until you earn less than what you are worth.
  2. The boss and the company will become your lord, your king, and will be your slave master – be prepared to go to work even if it’s signal No. Hurricane outside.
  3. You are expected to be perfect; if you can’t do that, prepare to be Fired or Lick the boots of those in the higher ups.
  4. Are you expecting a high salary? Prepare for a sadistic disappointment – the company will laugh at you for thinking ahead of yourself.
  5. You think that having a job beats having a business or investment? Most 60 year olds suffer from unemployment and late-life crisis. While you are in a job, most of your peers who invested are now rich.

 

And there you have it, 5 reasons why having a job is not enough for you to succeed and financially get rich. I know, it got delivered with a little “zzing” but hey, would you really wake up with a gentle whisper or with a loud bang?

So if you don’t want to experience such disappointment then get my book “Polymath’s Profit” – it’s your guide to use your real talent and skills to succeed, rather than just relying on a job or a career that you hate.

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"Jay Penn" is a Financial Literacy Mentor and Investor who is best known for his Book "Polymath's Profit". He is also an expert in the field of Maritime, Engineering, and Emergency Medical from his past careers. Experienced with Security Analysis, Crisis Prevention, Contingency Planning, and Global Maritime Distress Safety System. Currently instructs Nautical Sciences and is an avid Researcher of Business and Economics. He is also recognized as the "Top Maritime Instructor" for 3 consecutive years in the Maritime Education from 2014; raising the standard for the Maritime Industry and Training.

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