Why the Rich get Richer & we Continue to Complain!

Have you ever dreamed of becoming so financially wealthy that you would never have to work again? So financially wealthy that you never have to wait for payday again, payday just comes each day as you sleep? So financially wealthy that you are able to take care of those who you love and care about. I dream about this every single day! So what are we doing about it – apart from spending money on Pizza every Friday.

For the past year and a half my priorities have changed a lot. Instead of prioritising a job which I spoke about in a post not too long ago, I have made it a point to prioritise myself so that I can work on being the best version of me, whilst creating such an impact that will make me so financially secure that I am able to take care of myself and family, without the reliance others have on a job. You need to be able to develop your thought process and your mindset if you really want to be truly wealthy.

We spend way too much time complaining. Complaining about work, our boss, people we work with, it being too cold, too hot, having no clothes to wear for your night out, not having anyone to cuddle up to at night and the stupid rich people who live in their fancy homes and drive their fancy cars who think they’re better than you. Sound familiar? But guess what? That stupid rich person isn’t wasting time worrying and complaining about the unnecessary. They are too busy minding their own business, while we continue to complain and fully be engaged in other people’s business.

I believe that the majority of people who prefer to complain and bitch about unnecessary factors in life have a different thought process as someone who is rich and financially wealthy. We complain that we are so busy and have so much things to do, but still find ourselves in someone else’s lives and business that has nothing to do with us. I found that while we make it a priority to do this, the rich are networking, creating business plans, building on ideas that will make them multi-millionaires and creating an impact within their communities.

Ever heard the saying “seek and you will find”? If you wake up everyday and seek survival that is exactly what you will get. If you seek happiness and love, that’s great because that is also what you will get. If you seek to find the unnecessary issues that get you fired up for no reason at all, you will be complaining every day of you life. But, if you seek to find abundance and freedom in every area of your life – you will find exactly that. So, be very careful what you choose to spend your time thinking and talking about. 

What should you do now?

Start by complaining less. You may think this is simple but in reality it can actually be quite hard, especially when you don’t even realise you are doing it. Next…MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS! Yes, I said it! When you put 100% focus on you and only you, this can create so much positivity in your life. Stop worrying about what other people are doing and why someone else may have more money than you and how much of an ass rich people are. No. Focus on the things you need to do to create that life you want instead of constantly complaining about the same thing over and over each day.

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You may have plans and ideas in your head but the hardest part can be how to get started. Trust me, once you start, everything else will fall into place as long as you have that vision. I always think that there are people who were in the exact same position as us and managed to make an impact so large that it created financial independence. Unless we change our mindset, the rich will continue to get richer (even while they sleep), and we will continue to be a slave to the system and complain about everyone else. Change this!


tiff xoxo

2 thoughts on “Why the Rich get Richer & we Continue to Complain!

  1. Such an accurate post. Being in a negative mindset will never see you succeed!
    Thank you for sharing.

    1. Hey Alyssa, Thank you so much for reading. Yep, it’s true! Even though sometimes it may be hard, especially when dealing with certain things. But finding the positive will always do us good in the long run😊

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