There is a well-known phrase that “Money is not in the wallet, money is in the head.”
Few people understand the true meaning of this phrase.
I judge this from the comments to my articles.
In them, people endlessly complain about low wages and lack of good jobs.
A natural question arises for commentators:
“What have you really done to find a new job with decent pay? Besides the groans and sarcastic words in the comments”?
The answer is deathly silence…
Hey!!! Who needs a big salary?!?
I dedicated my article today to How to become rich with a low salary (or at least increase your income):
1) You will not improve by competing with lower level athletes.
Athletes are well aware that they become “faster, higher, stronger” only when they compete with opponents who are an order of magnitude better than them.
This is what motivates them to learn new techniques, train hard and adhere to a strict sports regime.
With money and career growth, approximately the same thing happens — it is naive to expect a salary increase if you do not grow as a professional, do not develop your working skills and do not bother your boss with your ambitions.
So isn’t it time for you to move the needle by moving up from your couch?
Or are you satisfied with everything?
2) Doing the same thing for years means you are doing the same thing over and over again.
Nobody will pay you more for the same amount of work.
As they say: “There are no fools.”
So it’s time to make a different choice by becoming more productive and purposeful in your workplace.
Because at your current rate, you will forever remain at the minimum wage level.
Important: The biggest money is paid to the biggest professionals who are ready to master new technologies in a proactive manner.
Ask yourself — are you like this?
And what do you urgently need to do to become one?
3) Other people are working hard to take your place.
Millions of people work hard and dream of taking your place of work!
However, we take the circumstances of our lives for granted — until we lose them.
To prevent this from happening, you must constantly remind yourself that there are many people around you who work much harder than you, but earn much less.
They are impatiently waiting for you to finally relax — so that they can take your place and take what now belongs to you.
4) It takes effort to get where we want to be.
Do you want to have a higher salary?
Do you want to get a company car and 100 people under your command?
What exactly have you done for this over the past six months or a year?