Excuses Given By The Poor To Remain Poor

Thu, Feb 28, 2008

Miscellaneous, Motivation

Some people are very NEGATIVE when I vouched the word “money“.

“I dont want to be rich because I dont need to be rich.”

” I dont print money.”

“Money doesnt grow on trees.”

“I dont need much money.”

“Money is not important.”

“Having lots of money will make me less spiritual.”

These are just some remarks of poor people.

… and some may go on giving excuses, justifying themselves by giving stupid comparisons.

Love is more IMPORTANT than money.”

“I dont want to be a work maniac. A lot of money with no happiness, no point.”

There are many excuses given.

I am not good in creating one, but I knew all of these excuses because I hear them everyday.

So…If you are one of them, and happen to be reading this blog, come on, change your mindset.

“Being rich is good

“I can help more people if I have lots of money.”

“It is easy to make money.”

“I love money.”

“Money loves me.”

“Money flows to me easily.”

“Everyone is dieing to give me money.”

…and so on….

Believe me, if you change your mindset, money will flows to you easily…

You will always have more money than you will ever need.

You will lead life in abundance like you always wanted to.

So… Stop giving excuses.

Stop giving yourself justifications.

You are born to be rich and you will remain rich forever.


Indeed you will be! ๐Ÿ™‚


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3 Responses to “Excuses Given By The Poor To Remain Poor”

  1. Fina J. Says:

    seems like ur insulting the poor helmi hakim, haven’t it occur to you that maybe the poor do not have sufficient capital to start with although they wish they could. .

    more money at hand means more responsibility, agree?

    u sounded so money-minded.

    people would agree, even the poor would say they love money too.

    you can advise people to a greater understanding of their financials but not to the extend of degrading them

  2. Helmi Hakim Says:

    Fina.J >>> Nap.

    A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.

    If you are not willing to take the first step, then dont ever think of reaching the destination.

    …and the very step, everyone need to take is a big, big change.

    Yes…You have to change your mindset. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Have you ever why some people strike toto and then came back to become poor people a few years later?

    and have you ever heard of people who work their way up to be rich, and lost all their money, and work again to rise to become one of the most prominent, most wealthiest people in the industry? (Donald Trump)

    What is their difference?

    It is the mindset.

    So Fina, it is never my intention to insult the poor.

    I am only emphasizing my point of contention that there is a need for the poor to change their mindset in order for them to be successful financially.

    Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Alwardi Says:

    To break the vicious cycle , we must break the shackles thats pulling us back preventing us from reaching our full potential.

    I feel that being content is not enough.

    I think especially among the Malay Muslim community we tend to have this “takpelah… bersyukur je lah ngan ape kau ade” or “nevermind… just be thankful with what you have…”

    This kind of mindset have been stuck in us for generations and ultimately pouring water the flame putting out the desire to do even better than what we have achieved so far.

    Good thing within the Malay community we are seeing people awaking from their slumber ready to make their mark in the world.

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