John D. Rockefeller is still considered one of the richest men in the world. Adjusted for inflation, the publication of “New York Times” estimated his fortune at U.S. $ 192 billion in the equivalent 2006. Rockefeller was a simple accountant and became – the richest man in the world. By developing their own business, John formulated its own rules, which helped him to get rich.
Given that many interesting to see what the same rules guided by John Davison Rockefeller, which allowed him to become one of the wealthiest and most influential people in the world, our economic and financial portal has decided to open its “secrets” and to publish these twelve rules.
Rule 1. If you think you have not enough money, so it is necessary to establish your own business.
Rule 2. Less work for someone else. The more you work for someone, the less good you live!
Rule 3. Save money. Look for places where you can buy products cheaper. Folding shopping list in advance and buy only what is on the list.
Rule 4. The path to great wealth – a passive income that comes regardless of your efforts. Create a source of passive income – and enjoy life!
Rule 5. Think about how to earn at least $ 50 thousand per month. Possible, but not less! (That is the amount spend rich people in the world every month.)
Rule 6. Talk more (especially with successful people)! Unsociable people rarely become rich.
Rule 7. Poor environment is always being pulled into poverty. Even the very rich must exist “relatives, friends, acquaintances and other petitioners” that can quickly deliver resources, goals and dreams.
Rule 8. 100% responsibility for your life. Poverty appears if shirk responsibility!
Rule 9. Learn biography, statements and thoughts of the richest men in the world.
Rule 10. Dreams – this is important in life! It is important to dream and believe that your dreams will come true! After all, man is starting to die, it is no longer a dream.
Rule 11. Help people! Not for money, frankly! But only those people who really need help, not necessarily relatives or friends.
Rule 12. Give at least 10% of its profits to charity.