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  • How much do you think Jeff Bezos makes per day?

    你覺得傑夫-貝佐斯每天能賺多少錢?

  • A hundred thousand dollars?

    十萬美金?

  • How about a million dollars?

    一百萬美元怎麼樣?

  • A million dollars a day means 365 million dollars a year.

    每天一百萬元意味著一年3.65億元。

  • But in 2019, Bezos earned 39.2 billion dollars, which means, if you divide it into the number

    但在2019年,貝佐斯的收入為392億美元,這意味著,如果將其劃分為

  • of days in a year, that will amount to 107 million dollars every 24 hours.

    一年中的天數,每24小時將達到1.07億元。

  • Isn't that insane.

    是不是很瘋狂。

  • But that's not by accident because rich people are focused on buying assets.

    但這並不是偶然的,因為有錢人都注重購買資產。

  • An asset is basically something that consistently puts money back into your pocket.

    資產基本上就是持續把錢放回口袋的東西。

  • Unfortunately, we mostly spend our money buying liabilities such as cars, phones, and houses

    遺憾的是,我們的錢大多是用來購買汽車、手機、房子等負債的

  • that constantly take money out of our pockets, that's why we don't see our wealth grow as

    不斷地從我們的口袋裡掏錢,這就是為什麼我們沒有看到我們的財富增長作為

  • much as rich people do.

    和有錢人一樣多。

  • In fact, some people are in so much debt that they get poorer every day since interest is

    事實上,有些人負債累累,每天都在變窮,因為利息是

  • so high.

    這麼高。

  • That's why here in this video, we are going to explore the seven most important assets

    這就是為什麼在這段視頻中,我們要探討七種最重要的資產。

  • that the rich buy to get richer, so make sure to listen carefully because it might be one

    所以一定要聽清楚,因為這可能是一個。

  • of the most valuable things you will ever learn.

    的最有價值的東西,你將永遠學習。

  • Number one - Businesses

    第一 - 企業

  • If you have ever watched Shark Tank, you probably realized that sharks are trying to buy equity

    如果你看過《鯊魚坦克》,你可能會意識到,鯊魚是想買股權的。

  • in valuable businesses, especially those with bigger potentials.

    在有價值的企業,尤其是潛力較大的企業。

  • The best investment you can ever make is in a thriving business.

    你能做的最好的投資就是生意興隆。

  • What makes a business different from all other assets is that it constantly produces something,

    企業與其他所有資產的不同之處在於,它不斷地產生一些東西。

  • be it a service or a product.

    是服務還是產品。

  • They constantly improve their products or come up with new ones to stay ahead of their

    他們不斷改進他們的產品或提出新的產品,以保持領先於他們的產品。

  • competitors.

    競爭對手。

  • Having a stake in a valuable business is the best way to keep growing your wealth and generate

    在一家有價值的企業中擁有股份,是讓您的財富不斷增長,併產生

  • cash flow.

    現金流。

  • Of course, for most people, that's not an option because buying a piece of a business

    當然,對於大多數人來說,這是不可能的,因為購買一塊企業的

  • is simply too expensive, even if we are talking about a corner shop.

    就是太貴了,即使我們說的是一家街角店。

  • However, the financial system we have built over the centuries is so advanced that businesses

    然而,我們幾百年來建立的金融體系非常發達,企業的

  • are broken down into millions if not billions of small pieces which allows almost anyone

    被分解成幾百萬甚至幾十億個小塊,這使得幾乎任何人都可以

  • to own a tiny slice of any multi billion dollar company by investing in the stock market.

    擁有任何數十億美元的公司的一小部分投資在股市。

  • If you want to know more about the stock market, check out our video on how to buy a stock

    如果你想了解更多關於股市,請查看我們的視頻如何購買股票

  • which link you will find in the description.

    你可以在描述中找到這個鏈接。

  • 2.

    2.

  • Number 2 - Royalties

    第2號----特許權使用費

  • In 1999, Jeff Bezos filed a patent for a method of ordering items online.

    1999年,傑夫-貝佐斯為一種在線訂購商品的方法申請了專利。

  • Its called "One Click Buying."

    它叫 "一鍵購買"。

  • It's a technique that allows the customers to make a purchase with the payment information

    這是一種讓客戶用支付資訊進行購買的技術。

  • that they have used previously and saved.

    他們以前使用過並保存的。

  • In other words, Instead of manually inputting billing and shipping information for a purchase

    換句話說,與其手動輸入購買的賬單和運輸資訊,不如直接輸入以下資訊

  • every single time, a user can use one-click buying by using a predefined address and credit

    每一次,用戶都可以通過預先設定的地址和信用使用一鍵購買

  • card number to purchase the item.

    卡號來購買商品。

  • When you buy an app from the apple store, you don't re-enter your credit information.

    當你從蘋果商店購買應用時,你不會重新輸入你的信用資訊。

  • You simply double click on the side button and the software will automatically use your

    您只需雙擊旁邊的按鈕,軟件就會自動使用您的?

  • saved credit card.

    保存的信用卡。

  • And until 2017, apple and every other company that used this technique paid a small royalty

    而在2017年之前,蘋果和其他每一家使用這種技術的公司都會支付少量的專利費用。

  • to Jeff Bezos for using his innovation.

    到傑夫-貝佐斯的創新使用。

  • It might sound silly to you, but that's how the world works.

    你可能覺得這聽起來很傻,但這就是世界的運作方式。

  • In order to encourage innovation, governments have set up a system of patents.

    為了鼓勵創新,政府建立了專利制度。

  • Since you have worked so hard to innovate a new product or a service, you will be granted

    由於您努力創新了新產品或服務,您將被授予

  • an exclusive 20 year patent where no one is legally allowed to use it except you or the

    一個20年的獨家專利,除了你和你的家人之外,沒有人可以合法地使用它。

  • people you have given permission.

    你允許的人。

  • Of course, you can use your innovation to profit from it directly, or you can license

    當然,你可以直接使用你的創新成果來獲利,也可以授權給別人使用

  • it to others for a small commission fee every time they use it and potentially earn billions

    每次使用時,只需支付少量的佣金,就有可能賺取數十億的收入。

  • as Jeff Bezos did.

    正如傑夫-貝佐斯所做的那樣。

  • It's probably one of the best passive income ideas ever, however building a useful technology

    這可能是有史以來最好的被動收入點子之一,然而建立一個有用的技

  • isn't that easy, that's why companies, especially in the US file for thousands of patents every

    不是那麼容易的,這就是為什麼公司,特別是在美國的公司每年都要申請數千項專利。

  • year, even if they don't need it since if someone else uses that technology, they will

    年,即使他們不需要,因為如果別人使用該技術,他們也會。

  • have to pay them a royalty.

    必須向他們支付版權費。

  • 3.

    3.

  • next, Mutual Funds  There are two types of money problems.

    其次,互金 有兩種資金問題。

  • The first one is when you don't have enough of it, we are probably all familiar with it.

    第一個是當你不夠用的時候,我們可能都很熟悉。

  • But the second is when you have too much money, and you have to manage it.

    但第二種情況是,當你的錢太多,你必須管理它。

  • Keeping it under your mattress isn't a good option since inflation is going to eat it

    把它放在床墊下面不是一個好的選擇,因為通貨膨脹會把它吃了。

  • out over time, but neither keeping it in the bank is a wise option since interest on fixed

    但把它放在銀行裡也不是一個明智的選擇,因為固定資產的利息會隨著時間的推移而減少。

  • deposits is too low.

    存款太少。

  • However, you have got another option, which is mutual funds.

    然而,你有另一種選擇,那就是共同基金。

  • Mutual funds are not index funds!

    共同基金不是指數基金!

  • Index funds blindly invest in a certain index like the S&P 500, but mutual funds carefully

    指數基金盲目地投資於某一指數,如標普500指數,但共同基金則仔細地

  • analyze the market and try to beat it at least by a small margin.

    分析市場,爭取至少以小幅度的優勢戰勝它。

  • When you invest a 1 billion dollars, a 1 percent difference will make a real difference because

    當你投資10億美元的時候,1%的差異會帶來真正的差異,因為

  • it will amount to 10 million dollars.

    它將達到1000萬美元。

  • So when you are given an option with 2 or 3 percent higher, you are looking into making

    所以,當你得到一個高出2%或3%的選項時,你就會考慮到使。

  • extra 20 or 30 million dollars.

    額外的2000萬或3000萬美元。

  • That's why the rich always try to keep most of their money in mutual funds and just watch

    這就是為什麼富人總是儘量把大部分錢放在共同基金裡,只看

  • it grow over time.

    它隨著時間的推移而增長。

  • An asset doesn't necessarily mean a physical product or a royalty, but it could also be

    資產不一定指實物產品或特許權使用費,但也可以是

  • a skill.

    一種技能。

  • 4.

    4.

  • Skill

    技巧

  • Of course, it's not an asset in the traditional meaning, but it is in many different ways.

    當然,它不是傳統意義上的資產,但在很多不同的方面都是如此。

  • Having a skill that's always in demand is a constant stream of income, even if that

    擁有一門永遠被需求的技能,就是源源不斷的收入,即使這

  • takes some of your time.

    需要你花一些時間。

  • Take an example of surgeons, it's a highly complex skill that requires years of education

    以外科醫生為例,這是一項高度複雜的技術,需要多年的教育。

  • and training, however on the other side it means, there isn't much competition and means

    訓練,但從另一個方面來說,這意味著,沒有太多的競爭,意味著。

  • that you can charge a premium for your service, that's why a lot of surgeons are actually

    你可以為你的服務收取溢價,這就是為什麼很多外科醫生實際上是

  • millionaires since they are paid generously. of course that applies to other professions

    百萬富翁,因為他們的報酬很豐厚,當然這也適用於其他行業

  • such as lowers, physicians and so on.

    如低頭族、醫生等。

  • However, with the rise of the internet, skills such as coding, online sales, and programming

    然而,隨著互聯網的興起,編碼、網絡銷售、編程等技術

  • languages are becoming vital and can be self-thought at home.

    語文正變得至關重要,可以在家自我思考。

  • It's a perfect option for those who are at the beginning of building their wealth.

    對於那些處於財富積累初期的人來說,這是一個完美的選擇。

  • If you don't have enough to invest in the stock market, you can invest in acquiring

    如果你沒有足夠的資金投資股市,你可以投資收購。

  • more skills that would potentially generate much more in the long run.

    更多的技能,從長遠來看,可能會產生更多的。

  • 5.

    5.

  • At Number 5, we have Real Estate

    在5號,我們有房地產

  • Which is probably most peoples favorite type of asset.

    這可能是大多數人最喜歡的資產類型。

  • And that's not by accident, you can touch it, feel, and it fulfils one of the basic

    而這並不是偶然的,你可以觸摸到它,感受到它,它滿足了一個基本的。

  • human needs - shelter, which means there is almost always a demand for it.

    人的需求----住所,這意味著幾乎總是有需求的。

  • Rental property is probably the best passive income asset you can have.

    租賃物業可能是你能擁有的最好的被動收入資產。

  • Of course, that doesn't mean it doesn't require any hustle and capital, but its manageable

    當然,這並不意味著不需要任何的拼搏和資本,但其可控性強

  • to a certain degree.

    在一定程度上。

  • What determines the quality of real estate is its location.

    決定房地產品質的是它的位置。

  • Quite often, if it is placed not in the most suitable location, it can turn into a huge

    很多時候,如果它不是放在最合適的位置,它可以變成一個巨大的。

  • liability where you can't rent it out but still have to pay the utilities.

    負債,你不能把它租出去,但還是要支付水電費。

  • I personally know people who have inherited properties where they don't want to live but

    我個人認識一些人,他們繼承了他們不想住的房產,但是

  • also can't rent out since its not a popular destination, but they still have to pay the

    也不能出租,因為它不是一個熱門的目的地, 但他們仍然要支付的費用

  • bills to keep the house free of debt.

    鈔票,以保證房子不負債。

  • However, if it's in a desirable place, it will easily get rented out even if it's not

    但是,如果是在一個理想的地方,即使不租,也很容易租出去。

  • in the best condition.

    處於最佳狀態。

  • But you know what's a much better asset than Real Estate.

    但你知道什麼是比房地產更好的資產嗎?

  • 6.

    6.

  • Online Products  Like Music.

    音樂等在線產品。

  • It's super difficult to come up with good music.

    要想出好的音樂是超級困難的。

  • However, once you do it, it can continuously generate income.

    但是,一旦你做了,就可以持續地產生收入。

  • Take an example of Eminem; for the past 20 years, he has been at the top of the music

    以Eminem為例,在過去的20年裡,他一直處於音樂的頂端。

  • industry.

    業。

  • The music he has released, such as "I am not afraid", is still listened by lots of people

    他推出的《我不怕》等音樂,還是有很多人在聽的

  • across the world even though it was released back in 2010.

    在全球範圍內,儘管它早在2010年就已發佈。

  • And with the introduction of Spotify and Apple Music, the artists have gained extra streams

    而隨著Spotify和Apple Music的推出,藝人獲得了額外的流量

  • of income.

    的收入。

  • However, you are not limited to music.

    然而,你並不侷限於音樂。

  • Online products are becoming more and more popular such as courses, presets, apps, software,

    在線產品越來越多,如課程、預設、應用、軟件等。

  • and a lot more.

    還有很多。

  • 7.

    7.

  • Connections  And finally, connections.

    連接 最後是連接。

  • It might not seem an asset, but if you look at it from a different perspective, they could

    這可能看起來不是一種資產,但如果你從另一個角度來看,他們可能會。

  • be much valuable than you think.

    比你想象的要有價值得多。

  • Great things happen when talented people from different aspects of life come together under

    當來自不同生活領域的人才聚集在一起時,偉大的事情就會發生。

  • one roof.

    一個屋頂。

  • You have a business idea.

    你有一個商業想法。

  • Knowing the right people can make starting that business a million times easier.

    認識合適的人,可以讓創業變得簡單一萬倍。

  • In fact, an advise from the right person could save you years of experience if not decades.

    事實上,一個正確的人的建議可以為你節省幾年甚至幾十年的經驗。

  • Since we live in a world of social distancing, try network using digital tools such as LinkedIn

    由於我們生活在一個社交距離遙遠的世界,嘗試使用LinkedIn等數字工具來建立網絡。

  • or other social media tools.

    或其他社交媒體工具。

  • If you want to connect with me, head to our website and shoot me a message.

    如果你想和我聯繫,請到我們的網站上給我留言。

  • This list could be much longer, but I included what I personally think are the most important

    這個清單可能會更長,但我包括了我個人認為最重要的內容。

  • ones.

    的。

  • If you guys have enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs-up, and if you want

    如果你們喜歡這段視頻,一定要豎起大拇指,如果你們想要

  • to see more of our content, then hit that subscribe button and the bell beside it so

    想看更多的內容,請點擊訂閱按鈕和旁邊的鈴鐺,以便

  • that the next video appears right on your homepage.

    下一個視頻就出現在你的主頁上。

  • But if you really enjoy our videos and want some additional perks, then check out our

    但是,如果你真的喜歡我們的視頻,並希望得到一些額外的好處,然後檢查我們的。

  • Patreon page.

    Patreon頁面。

  • Thanks for watching and until next time.

    謝謝你的觀看,直到下一次。

How much do you think Jeff Bezos makes per day?

你覺得傑夫-貝佐斯每天能賺多少錢?

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