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Why it's Bad to have a 'Good Job'.

Sucker for the system flashing cash

'"So how's John doing?'"

"Oh, he's doing well. He's got a 'good job' working in the city.'"

Although fictional, this is an exact replica of many conversations I've had with people over the years. It usually takes place when meeting friends, old friends I haven't seen for a while and parents of friends etc . . . The term 'good job' and the message it conveys might be specific to the UK, but I'm sure every country has its equivalent.  

How much Money do you need to be Rich?

If your salary was $160,000/£100,000 per year would you consider yourself poor? Probably not, but Felix Dennis, publisher and owner of Dennis Publishing (Maxim, The Week) would certainly think so. He is also an author, and it’s in his book, How to Get Rich, that he outlines exactly how much money you need to be rich. Before you dismiss his claims as yet another multi-millionaire looking down on what society considers as a good income, first listen to his theory.

What Everybody Ought to Know About the Easy Path

Please draw your attention to the graph on your left. The y axis is a difficulty rating scale with 10 being the highest, and 1 the lowest. On the x axis we have the years of a person’s life, starting with 25 and finishing at 75. The blue curve is the theoretical chart of a person who, faced with a life changing opportunity at the age of 25, decides to stick with the path they know (easy path). The red curve charts that same person’s progress if they were to grasp the opportunity and screw the system. Let’s explain.

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