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  • The United States added 2,251,000 new millionaires from 2019 to 2020.

    從2019年到2020年,美國新增225.1萬名百萬富翁。

  • In a single year, 2.2 million people became millionaires, which made the total number

    在一年中,有220萬人成為百萬富翁,這使得總人數達到了

  • of millionaires in the US over 20.27 million.

    美國的百萬富翁超過2027萬。

  • We are all told that becoming a millionaire is more like a dream than reality, but when

    我們都被告知,成為百萬富翁更像是一個夢想而不是現實,但當

  • over 2 million become one in a matter of year, you know that it's a practical goal that anyone

    在一年內超過200萬的人成為一個人,你知道這是一個切實可行的目標,任何人都可以做到。

  • can achieve.

    可以實現。

  • Wherever you are in the world, the internet has made it much easier to build a successful

    無論你在世界何處,互聯網都使你更容易建立一個成功的企業。

  • business that could raise you to millionaire status.

    可以將你提高到百萬富翁地位的業務。

  • It's about putting in the time and effort.

    這是關於投入時間和努力的問題。

  • I am sure that that there are plenty of you who are watching this video are going to join

    我相信,有很多人在看這個視頻的時候都會加入

  • that list since you are interested in investing, business, and growing yourself mentally, spiritually,

    既然你對投資、商業和精神上的自我成長感興趣,那就在這個名單上。

  • and physically.

    和身體上。

  • Just because you are poor today doesn't mean you are going to stay like that forever, you

    今天的貧窮並不意味著你會永遠這樣下去,你

  • don't choose to be born in a poor family, but it depends on you whether you want to

    不選擇出生在一個貧窮的家庭,但這取決於你是否願意

  • stay poor or not.

    是否保持貧窮。

  • Financial independence is not something that happens to you overnight, its a series of

    財務獨立不是一夜之間發生在你身上的事情,它是一系列的

  • good small daily decisions that slowly lead to financial success.

    良好的日常小決定,慢慢導致財務成功。

  • So, how do you know that you are on the right path?

    那麼,你怎麼知道你是在正確的道路上呢?

  • What are the signs you are going to be one of those millionaires in the coming future?

    在即將到來的未來,有哪些跡象表明你將成為這些百萬富翁中的一員?

  • So lets take a look at 5 habits or principles that lead to financial success.

    是以,讓我們看一下導致財務成功的5個習慣或原則。

  • And let me know in the comments below how many of them do you follow.

    並在下面的評論中告訴我,你關注了其中的多少人。

  • Give this video a thumbs a

    給這個視頻一個大拇指

  • up and lets tart with the first one.

    了,讓我們和第一個人一起撻伐。

  • you are playing the game of m oney on offense

    你是在玩錢的遊戲,是在進攻。

  • If you were to play any game strictly on defence,

    如果你要嚴格按照防守來玩任何遊戲。

  • what are the chances of you winning that game?

    你贏得那場比賽的機會有多大?

  • Extremely low or none, right?

    極低或沒有,對嗎?

  • And yet, most people play the game of money exactly like that.

    然而,大多數人都是這樣玩錢的遊戲。

  • Their goal isn't to be at the top and make millions.

    他們的目標並不是站在頂端,賺取數百萬美元。

  • That seems like an impossible goal for them.

    這對他們來說似乎是一個不可能的目標。

  • They just want to pay all the bills and stay out of debt.

    他們只想支付所有賬單,不欠債。

  • It's not a bad strategy, but the problem with it is that if your goal is to simply to be

    這不是一個壞的策略,但問題是,如果你的目標是簡單地要成為

  • above the water, that's the maximum that you will get.

    在水面以上,這是你將得到的最大限度。

  • Of course, there are exceptions.

    當然,也有例外的情況。

  • Some people save 5 to 10 percent of their income.

    有些人將其收入的5%至10%儲蓄起來。

  • Invest in the stock market and hope that their portfolio grows by 6-7 percent.

    投資於股市,希望他們的投資組合能增長6-7%。

  • So that when they get old, they will have something to rely on. and that's better than

    這樣,當他們年老時,他們就會有依靠。 這比

  • nothing.

    沒有什麼。

  • However, that's still not enough.

    然而,這仍然是不夠的。

  • You can’t lock yourself into a comfort zone and expect to get financially independent.

    你不能把自己鎖在一個舒適的區域,並期望獲得經濟上的獨立。

  • If you want to create real wealth, you should stop playing defence and start playing offence.

    如果你想創造真正的財富,你應該停止防守,開始進攻。

  • You should start attacking as aggressively as you can.

    你應該儘可能積極地開始進攻。

  • Of course, not every single of your attacks is going to be successful, but you will increase

    當然,不是每一次的攻擊都會成功,但你會提高

  • your odds of winning by a huge margin.

    你的獲勝機率很大。

  • 2.

    2.

  • You think bigBack in the days when I was a broke college

    你想得太遠了 在我還是個沒錢的大學生的時候

  • student who barely paid his bills.

    勉強支付賬單的學生。

  • I always use to think about how I can minimise my expenses to save more.

    我總是習慣於思考如何將我的開支降到最低,以節省更多。

  • Even if I would save an extra 100 dollars, I would consider that a lot.

    即使我可以多節省100美元,我也會認為這是一個很大的數字。

  • But at some point, I realised that there is only so much I can save.

    但在某一時刻,我意識到我能保存的東西是有限的。

  • There is a limit to how low I can go.

    我可以做到的最低限度是有的。

  • At the end of the day, there are some fixed expenses that I cannot avoid, such as rent.

    在一天結束時,有一些固定的開支是我無法避免的,例如租金。

  • So the question that was in my mind - should I focus on saving some extra pennies or should

    是以,在我心中的問題是--我應該專注於節省一些額外的錢,還是應該

  • I rather focus on earning 10x the amount I do now?

    我寧願專注於賺取我現在所做的10倍金額?

  • That's when I realized that I was on the wrong path all that time.

    這時我才意識到,我一直在錯誤的道路上。

  • There are people who waste hours and hours just to find a bread that's 20 cents cheaper,

    有的人為了找到一個便宜20美分的麵包而浪費了好幾個小時。

  • and then there are people who would rather waste that time maximising their income.

    而有些人則寧願把時間浪費在最大化收入上。

  • The question is - which one are you?

    問題是--你是哪一個?

  • 
 3. you admire other rich people 

    3.你羨慕其他有錢人

  • I have friends who despise rich people.

    我有一些朋友鄙視富人。

  • Whenever we discuss the big tech, they would say - look at Jeff Bezos, look at how many

    每當我們討論大的技術時,他們會說--看看傑夫-貝佐斯,看看有多少個

  • people are suffering because of him!

    人們因他而受苦!

  • His employees are suffering, and he doesn't care!

    他的員工正在受苦,而他卻無動於衷。

  • He is probably the greediest person in the world.

    他可能是世界上最貪婪的人。

  • Or when we would talk about Tesla or SpaceX, they would say - Musk doesn't care about the

    或者當我們談論特斯拉或SpaceX時,他們會說--馬斯克並不關心

  • environment or the humanity!

    環境或人類!

  • He is a greedy capitalist who only cares about himself and his net worth.

    他是一個貪婪的資本家,只關心自己和自己的淨資產。

  • Let's say hypothetically.

    我們假設一下。

  • They only care about themselves.

    他們只關心自己。

  • The question is - so what!

    問題是--那又如何!?

  • Do you care about humanity more than he does?

    你比他更關心人類嗎?

  • He is at least doing something, even if that's out of self-interest.

    他至少在做一些事情,即使那是出於自身利益的考慮。

  • He is positively impacting the world, he is helping the world to move to sustainable energy,

    他正在對世界產生積極的影響,他正在幫助世界向可持續能源發展。

  • and in return, he is making billions

    而作為回報,他正在賺取數十億美元。

  • He (Bezos) transformed the way we shop forever by making it affordable for anyone to order

    他(貝索斯)通過使任何人都能負擔得起訂購,永遠改變了我們的購物方式。

  • stuff online.

    網上的東西。

  • What about you?

    你呢?

  • How are you making the world a better place?

    你是如何讓世界變得更美好的?

  • Sitting at home and watching Netflix and just criticising everyone who solves a problem

    坐在家裡看Netflix,只是責備每個解決了問題的人

  • and becomes a billionaire isn't helping anyone.

    併成為億萬富翁,對任何人都沒有幫助。

  • If you don't want to work at Amazon, you don't have to.

    如果你不想在亞馬遜工作,你也不必如此。

  • If you don't believe in Tesla's mission, you don't have to!

    如果你不相信特斯拉的使命,你也不必相信!

  • Or when a billionaire donates a few hundred million dollars.

    或者當一個億萬富翁捐贈了幾億美元。

  • You see people criticizing him for not donating enough.

    你看到人們責備他捐款不夠多。

  • Come on, dude!

    來吧,夥計!

  • How much have you donated!

    你捐了多少錢!?

  • Probably not even 1 percent of what he did.

    可能連他所做事情的百分之一都沒有。

  • How about we appreciate what he has done!

    我們要感謝他所做的一切!怎麼樣?

  • Even if it's a tiny percentage of his wealth.

    即使這只是他財富的極小部分。

  • Or the best one - if I would be as rich as him, I will donate dozens if not hundreds

    或者最好的一個--如果我像他一樣富有,我將捐出幾十甚至幾百個。

  • of billions of dollars?

    數十億美元的資金?

  • If you are so generous, why aren't you working as hard as him to become a billionaire to

    如果你這麼慷慨,為什麼你不像他一樣努力工作,成為一個億萬富翁呢?

  • donate that much money?

    捐出那麼多錢?

  • You spent your youth chasing girls and watching Netflix while that guy spent his youth building

    你的青春是在追女孩和看Netflix上度過的,而那個人的青春是在建設中度過的。

  • a successful business, and now for some reason, he has to donate all that money.

    一個成功的企業,而現在由於某些原因,他不得不捐出所有的錢。

  • You had the choice to take some risks, spend your entire youth building a business, but

    你可以選擇承擔一些風險,用你的整個青春來建立一個企業,但

  • you didn't, and now you want to criticize him for not sharing his wealth with you.

    你沒有,而現在你想責備他不與你分享他的財富。

  • 
 4. you don't assume you know everything

    4.你不要以為自己什麼都知道

  • What do people do when they face financial problems.

    當人們面臨財務問題時,他們會做什麼。

  • They complain about it.

    他們抱怨這一點。

  • There is a bazillion number of things you can blame, starting from politicians that

    你可以責備的事情有很多,從政治家開始,他們就可以責備。

  • run the country and ending it with your boss.

    管理國家並與你的老闆一起結束。

  • Or how about the billionaires who have taken all the wealth and left nothing for you.

    或者說,那些拿走了所有財富卻沒有給你留下任何東西的億萬富翁們怎麼樣。

  • Their greed is keeping you poor.

    他們的貪婪使你貧窮。

  • But if you tell him to pick up a book and learn even the basics of money management.

    但是,如果你告訴他拿起一本書,甚至學習理財的基本知識。

  • He will tell you, this is my money, and I know how to take care of it, so don't teach

    他會告訴你,這是我的錢,我知道如何照顧它,所以不要教他。

  • me how to handle my money!

    我如何處理我的錢!

  • Well, if you have figured everything out, why on earth are you always broke?

    好吧,如果你已經想通了一切,那麼究竟為什麼你總是破產呢?

  • Maybe you shouldn't be broke if you know everything.

    如果你什麼都知道,也許你不應該破產。

  • And it's not only about money.

    而且這不僅僅是錢的問題。

  • But everything else.

    但其他一切。

  • Haven't you realized when people get into an argument, they try to prove that they are

    你難道沒有意識到當人們陷入爭論時,他們試圖證明他們是

  • right, even if they are not, instead of trying to learn

    對,即使他們不對,而不是努力學習?

  • And to be honest, I have had this mentality back when I was a teenager.

    說實話,早在我十幾歲的時候,我就有這種心態。

  • I was quite stubborn.

    我是相當頑固的。

  • But then I realized that, If I keep going like this, I will never grow, So I stopped

    但後來我意識到,如果我繼續這樣下去,我將永遠不會成長,所以我停止了。

  • acting like I know everything and started paying attention to my flows and started fixing

    表現得好像我什麼都知道,並開始注意我的流量,開始修復

  • them.

    他們。

  • You cannot solve a problem if you don't acknowledge it.

    如果你不承認一個問題,你就無法解決問題。

  • That's the first step to financial independence

    這是實現財務獨立的第一步。

  • 
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    5.

  • Focus on your net worth and not income

    專注於你的淨資產而不是收入

  • What is Jeff Bezos's salary?

    傑夫-貝佐斯的工資是多少?

  • What is the salary of the richest man in the world?

    世界上最富有的人的工資是多少?

  • How much do you think he earns when his net worth is around 200 billion dollars?

    他的淨資產約為2000億美元,你認為他的收入有多少呢?

  • Probably billions, right?

    可能是幾十億,對嗎?

  • No!

    不!

  • His salary is a little over 81K dollars.

    他的工資是81000美元多一點。

  • Yes, you heard that right!

    是的,你沒聽錯!

  • Bezos doesn't even make six figures.

    貝索斯甚至沒有六位數的收入。

  • How is that possible?

    這怎麼可能呢?

  • And that not unique to Jeff Bezos.

    而這並不是傑夫-貝佐斯獨有的。

  • Most of the richest men in the world have very modest salaries.

    世界上最富有的人中,大多數人的工資都很低。

  • Because there is a huge difference between net worth and income.

    因為淨資產和收入之間有很大的區別。

  • Salary is what you earn when you trade your time for money, but wealth are assets that

    工資是你用你的時間換取金錢時賺取的,但財富是資產,是你的財富。

  • earn you money when you are not there.

    在你不在的時候為你賺錢。

  • Since there is a limited amount of time you have on any given day, it doesn't make sense

    由於你在任何一天的時間都是有限的,所以這沒有意義

  • to focus on your income.

    以專注於你的收入。

  • That's why rich people often focus on building wealth.

    這就是為什麼富人經常專注於積累財富。

  • Even the Forbes billionaires list is about wealth and not income.

    即使是福布斯億萬富翁名單也是關於財富而不是收入。

  • So if you are focused on building wealth, you are on the right track!

    是以,如果你專注於創造財富,你就走在正確的道路上了!"。

  • Even when you look at it from a tax point of view, ordinary income is often taxed at

    即使你從稅收的角度來看,普通收入往往是以

  • the highest rate while there are a million tax breaks for wealth.

    最高的稅率,而對財富有一百萬的減稅。

  • The most famous one is the section 1031 exchange.

    最著名的是第1031條交換。

  • You can sell your property and buy another property and don't pay a dime in taxes.


    你可以賣掉你的房產併購買另一處房產,而且不需要支付一毛錢的稅。

  • Some of these signs might apply to you others might not.

    這些跡象中的一些可能適用於你,另一些可能不適用。

  • But keep in mind that you can always make that change in your life.

    但請記住,你總是可以在你的生活中做出這種改變。

  • And its not going to happen overnight.

    而且它不會在一夜之間發生。

  • In fact, it took me years to make that shift in my life.

    事實上,我花了很多年才在生活中實現這一轉變。

  • So there is no reason to think that you can't do it.

    所以沒有理由認為你做不到。

  • If 2.2 million people became millionaires in 2019, another 2 Million people become one

    如果220萬人在2019年成為百萬富翁,另外200萬人成為一

  • as well this year, and as long as you put the effort and time, you definitely can be

    今年也是如此,只要你付出努力和時間,你肯定能成為

  • one of them.

    其中之一。

  • 
 


  • if you have enjoyed this video, you will most definitely enjoy this custom playlist that

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,你一定會喜歡這個定製的播放列表

  • i have created specifically for you that has our most popular videos on .... that can potentially

    我專門為你創建了一個有我們最受歡迎的視頻的網站,....,有可能是

  • change your life.

    改變你的生活。

  • And now give this video the thumbs up that it deserves and make sure to subscribe if

    現在給這個視頻豎起它應得的大拇指,並確保訂閱,如果

  • you haven't done that yet.

    你還沒有做到這一點。

  • Thanks for watching and until next.

    謝謝你的觀看,直到下一次。

The United States added 2,251,000 new millionaires from 2019 to 2020.

從2019年到2020年,美國新增225.1萬名百萬富翁。

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