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  • In 2021 billionaires made over $5 trillion T.

    2021年,億萬富翁的收入超過5萬億美元T。

  • Just think about that number for a moment, that's more than the entire GDP of Germany, one of the world's most populated and advanced countries.

    請想一想這個數字,這比世界上人口最多、最先進的國家之一的德國的整個國內生產總值還要多。

  • 2,755 people made more money than the biggest economy in Europe, the wealthiest continent on the planet.

    2,755人賺的錢比歐洲最大的經濟體還要多,歐洲是地球上最富裕的大陸。

  • The world is unfair and unequal even among the billionaires, the top 10 billionaires earned $400 billion of that wealth.

    這個世界是不公平和不平等的,即使在億萬富翁中也是如此,前10名億萬富翁賺取了其中4000億美元的財富。

  • Just imagine how bad billionaires on the bottom of the list feel, don't you feel bad for them When you come across such numbers?

    試想一下,榜單底部的億萬富翁感覺有多糟糕,當你看到這樣的數字時,你不為他們感到難過嗎?

  • It drives you crazy because making even $1 million dollars is a big deal.

    這讓你發瘋,因為即使賺取100萬美元也是一件大事。

  • Leave alone billions, but why do only a tiny minority do end up making so much money.

    不要說幾十億,但為什麼只有極少數人最終能賺這麼多錢。

  • It's easy to point fingers and shout that they have just inherited their money.

    指指點點,大喊他們只是繼承了自己的錢,這很容易。

  • But let's be a little bit more realistic.

    但讓我們更現實一點。

  • Yeah, some of them did, but the fact is none of the top 10 richest inherited anything.

    是的,他們中的一些人做到了,但事實是前10名最富有的人中沒有人繼承任何東西。

  • Of course there are multiple reasons for their success, but it all comes down to a few basic principles.

    當然,他們的成功有多種原因,但都可以歸結為幾個基本原則。

  • Once you understand them and find out how they work, you can set yourself on the path of wealth as well.

    一旦你瞭解了它們,發現它們是如何運作的,你也可以讓自己走上財富之路。

  • It's not a step by step process.

    這不是一個按部就班的過程。

  • There isn't a clear guide to how to make a fortune.

    對於如何發財,並沒有一個明確的指南。

  • If there was, it would have been taught in business books, but NBA graduates usually just end up working in a 9-5 job.

    如果有的話,商業書籍中就會有相關內容,但NBA的畢業生通常只是在朝九晚五的工作中結束了。

  • Like the rest nothing special.

    和其他的一樣,沒有什麼特別之處。

  • In fact, whenever you read biographies of successful people, you realize how unique and different has been the path of each entrepreneur.

    事實上,每當你閱讀成功人士的傳記時,你會意識到每個企業家的道路是多麼獨特和不同。

  • However, all of them unanimously followed a few basic principles and the reason why most people aren't getting financially free is because of this very reason.

    然而,所有這些人都一致遵循幾個基本原則,大多數人沒有獲得財務自由的原因就在於此。

  • They're not following the basic rules of growth.

    他們沒有遵循增長的基本規則。

  • If you want to find them out, give this video a thumbs up and subscribe When I tell people that becoming wealthy is more about discipline and dedication.

    如果你想找到它們,請為這個視頻豎起大拇指並訂閱 當我告訴人們,成為富人更多是關於紀律和奉獻。

  • I get bombarded with claims that becoming wealthy is a matter of luck and they love bringing examples of Jeff basis or Mark Zuckerberg.

    我被轟炸了,聲稱成為富人是一個運氣問題,他們喜歡拿傑夫-基或馬克-扎克伯格的例子。

  • They've been in the right place with the right people and the right idea, but you don't need $200 billion dollars to become financially free.

    他們一直在正確的地方,有正確的人和正確的想法,但你不需要2000億美元來實現財務自由。

  • Have you ever tried living on $1 million dollars a year?

    你有沒有試過每年靠一百萬美元生活?

  • That's literally enough to rent a mansion, drive a Ferrari and travel wherever you want.

    從字面上看,這足以讓你租一棟豪宅,開一輛法拉利,去你想去的地方旅行。

  • To be honest, even a few $100,000 can do the job.

    說實話,即使是幾十萬美元也能完成任務。

  • The point is still Stop looking at the top of the hierarchy.

    問題的關鍵仍然是停止尋找層次結構的頂端。

  • Be practical.

    務實一點。

  • Going from $50 or $60,000 to $300,000 is far more practical than comparing your net worth to Elon Musk's $300 billion.

    從5、6萬美元到30萬美元,遠比將你的淨資產與埃隆-馬斯克的3000億美元相比要實際得多。

  • The truth is that if you were born just a few 100 years ago in a poor family chances, you would have gotten out of the poverty are close to zero for most of history.

    事實是,如果你在幾百年前出生在一個貧困家庭的機會,在歷史上的大部分時間裡,你會擺脫貧困的機會接近於零。

  • The vast majority of people were farmers who had to work from early morning till night, their entire lives just to pay taxes and survive just in the 19th century, 90% of the world's population were farmers.

    絕大多數人是農民,他們不得不從早到晚工作,他們的一生只是為了交稅和生存,只是在19世紀,世界上90%的人口是農民。

  • What were the chances that you could get rich when you didn't go to school?

    當你不去上學時,你能發財的機會有多大?

  • Most probably couldn't read or write and haven't seen anything outside the little village you grew up in and by the way, there was no google back then.

    大多數人可能不識字,也沒有見過你們長大的小村莊以外的東西,順便說一下,那時沒有谷歌。

  • However, today, regardless of your family background, you probably went to school, you have access to internet and you can teach yourself anything you want from graphic designing to rocket science.

    然而,今天,無論你的家庭背景如何,你可能上過學,你有機會接觸互聯網,你可以自學任何你想要的東西,從平面設計到火箭科學。

  • On top of all of this, it has never been so easy to connect with each other back in the day.

    在這一切的基礎上,在過去的日子裡,彼此之間的聯繫從未如此容易。

  • It was difficult to show your talent to the world.

    要向世界展示自己的才華是很困難的。

  • Today.

    今天。

  • All you need is a smartphone and access to the internet, which you most likely have since you're watching this video.

    你所需要的只是一部智能手機和接入互聯網,既然你在看這個視頻,你很可能有這個能力。

  • So let's get rid of the idea that you need to be lucky to become financially free.

    是以,讓我們擺脫這種想法,即你需要幸運才能成為財務自由人。

  • The problem is that it is really easy to get to a comfort zone where you have a stable paycheck and doing anything risky, looks so ridiculous that it's easier to blame everything on outside factors such as luck.

    問題是,你真的很容易進入一個舒適區,在那裡你有穩定的薪水,做任何有風險的事情,看起來都很荒謬,以至於更容易將一切歸咎於外部因素,如運氣。

  • Most people don't understand the concept of exponential growth, for example, or snowball effect when you get used to the fact that one hour of your time equals $20 for example, all you can see is that working extra two or three hours equals two extra 60 or $90.

    大多數人不理解指數增長的概念,例如,或雪球效應,當你習慣了你的一小時的時間等於20美元的事實,例如,你能看到的是,額外工作兩三個小時等於額外的60或90美元。

  • And the grand scheme of things that doesn't make any difference.

    而在事情的大計劃中,這並沒有什麼區別。

  • But that's not how growth works.

    但這不是增長的方式。

  • Let's say your business grows by a factor of two exponentially.

    假設你的業務以指數方式增長了2倍。

  • Starting with $2,000 in the first year.

    第一年從2,000美元開始。

  • The second year is going to be $4,000, which is normal.

    第二年將是4,000美元,這很正常。

  • However, the surprising fact is that in the third year instead of six it is going to be eight, then 16 in the fourth year and so on and so forth.

    然而,令人驚訝的事實是,在第三年,而不是6個,將是8個,然後在第四年是16個,如此循環往復。

  • With each additional year, the growth gets bigger and bigger.

    每增加一年,增長幅度就會越來越大。

  • Take the example of compound interest saving and investing $10,000 once make you rich.

    以複利儲蓄為例,投資一萬美元就能讓你發財。

  • Even if you do that for over 10 years, that is going to be $100,000.

    即使你這樣做超過10年,那也將是10萬美元。

  • Even if you invest that money in index funds, that would equal to $160,000.

    即使你把這些錢投資於指數基金,也相當於16萬美元。

  • It is a lot of money, but let's be honest it is not a life changing amount.

    這是一大筆錢,但說實話,這並不是一個改變生活的數額。

  • However, in the next 10 years that amount would grow to $572,000.

    然而,在接下來的10年裡,這一數額將增長到572,000美元。

  • Now, that's what I'm talking about.

    現在,這就是我所說的。

  • In the first years, your investment would earn you an additional $60,000.

    在最初幾年,你的投資將為你賺取額外的60,000美元。

  • However, in the next 10 years they would earn $372,000.

    然而,在接下來的10年裡,他們將賺取372,000美元。

  • That's what exponential growth is all about.

    這就是指數式增長的意義所在。

  • With each consecutive year, the growth expands in the next 20 years, your $572,000 will grow to $4.4 million.

    隨著每一年的連續增長,在未來20年裡,你的57.2萬美元將增長到440萬美元。

  • Yes, you heard that right?

    是的,你沒聽錯吧?

  • $4.4 million.

    440萬美元。

  • The biggest difference, however, happens in the last year.

    然而,最大的差異發生在過去一年。

  • We're in a single year.

    我們正處於一個單一的年份。

  • Your money will grow by $412,000 in a single year.

    你的錢將在一年內增長412,000美元。

  • Yes, in a single year you will earn more than you would in the 1st 10 years.

    是的,在一年中,你的收入將超過你在前10年的收入。

  • Of course 40 years is a really long time.

    當然,40年是一個非常長的時間。

  • No one wants to wait that long.

    沒有人願意等那麼久。

  • But this is an extreme example what you saved just $10,000 a year and invested in a super safe asset.

    但這是一個極端的例子,你每年只存1萬美元,並投資於一個超級安全的資產。

  • If you apply this concept, a little harsher, you can expect far better results.

    如果你運用這個概念,稍微嚴厲一點,你可以期待更好的結果。

  • If you ask any youtuber about their YouTube journey, they will most likely tell you that.

    如果你問任何一個優酷用戶關於他們的YouTube之旅,他們很可能會告訴你。

  • Getting their 1000 subscriber was the hardest part or getting their 1st 10,000 subscribers was much more difficult than the 1st 100,000.

    獲得1000個用戶是最困難的部分,或者獲得第一個10000個用戶比第一個100000個用戶要困難得多。

  • So whenever you are starting a business mastering a skill or building anything, do not get disappointed.

    是以,每當你開始創業掌握技能或建造任何東西時,都不要失望。

  • If you don't see any immediate results, That's absolutely normal.

    如果你沒有看到任何立竿見影的效果,那是絕對正常的。

  • It is going to check China before you will see any real growth.

    在你看到任何真正的增長之前,它將檢查中國。

  • When I started investing back when I turned 18, it seemed like it would take me forever to build a big enough portfolio when my child portfolio was just $300.

    當我在18歲時開始投資時,當我的兒童投資組合只有300美元時,似乎要花很長時間才能建立一個足夠大的投資組合。

  • But fast forward today it is big enough to let it grow on its own.

    但快到今天,它已經大到可以讓它自己成長。

  • The eggs.

    雞蛋。

  • The same happened when I got into real stage.

    當我進入真正的舞臺時,也發生了同樣的情況。

  • It took me forever to get my first clients.

    我花了很長時間才得到我的第一批客戶。

  • But after building my client base, it got a lot easier.

    但在建立了我的客戶群之後,它變得容易多了。

  • The same happened once.

    同樣的事情發生過一次。

  • Starting this channel, I took YouTube seriously in 2017.

    開始這個頻道,我在2017年認真對待YouTube。

  • It took me an entire year to get to my 1st 10,000 subscribers.

    我花了一整年時間才達到我的第一個10000個用戶。

  • But now the channel can get 10,000 subscribers in a week.

    但現在該頻道可以在一週內獲得1萬名用戶。

  • I can give you countless examples.

    我可以給你舉無數的例子。

  • But I guess you got the point.

    但我想你已經明白了這一點。

  • The only problem is that you have to put the effort now, but the outcome will come much later.

    唯一的問題是,你現在必須付出努力,但結果卻要晚得多。

  • So if you're used to getting paid at the end of every month, it is really difficult to see the fruits of your labor years later.

    是以,如果你習慣於在每個月末得到報酬,那麼在幾年後看到你的勞動成果真的很困難。

In 2021 billionaires made over $5 trillion T.

2021年,億萬富翁的收入超過5萬億美元T。

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