Getting Rich Is Scientifically Proven To Increase Your Life Span

It’s scientifically proven you need to get rich. If you don’t, your life span will very well likely be reduced.* You can literally add years to your life by getting your money right. The richest 10% often live over 85-years old, the poorest 10% aren’t expected to even see the age of 75.

Remember you can’t help others if you can’t help yourself, so never let someone tell you that getting rich is selfish.

Science may not tell you this part, but investing money is how you will get super rich. The only reason to save money is to one day invest money. I was brought up believing you should save money for emergencies, retirement, and that rainy day event. Since the age of 26, I have been saving so one day I could invest and expand, not simply to have some disaster or emergency I could fund.

A guy came to me years ago after one of my seminars and had the idea to create a hands-on, in-house training company in which a team of people would go into a company and put new sales procedures in place to increase sales. I told him, “I will loan the new company $50,000, it has to be paid back in ninety days, I get a salary for my information and a percentage of profits, and I will never lend you another dime if you can’t pay me back in ninety days—so make it work.”

At that time, I only had a couple hundred grand saved but my main income, my speaking career, had proved itself very dependable and was growing at the time. I liked the idea because it was a symbiotic business, connected to my first one. Meaning I didn’t have to take my attention off the first company to grow the second one and the first business would feed the second one. My new partner paid me back in ninety days and the new company paid me as much in the first year as my first business did. That training program is what became Cardone University, which has, at the writing of this article, had over 30,000,000 lessons served to salespeople across the world.

That’s what I call surges or spikes, not just incremental income growth.

My third company was created a couple of years after the second business. I was 35 years old and had been studying real estate for almost 5 years. I had looked at hundreds of apartment buildings over that time and never had the courage to buy one. I finally pulled the trigger on my first deal. The deal was a 48-unit apartment building in Vista, California for $1.95 million and it required $350,000 for a down payment.

It cash-flowed in month one and every month after that. Ninety days later, I bought my second deal, 38 units in Point Loma, California for $3 million. Three years later, I sold both properties and made over $5 million, while earning $100,000 a year in positive cash. That $850,000 investment netted me $5,300,000—a 600% return.

People don’t create wealth because they never invest enough in a deal to get a big payoff.

Significant wealth creators make big plays, not little ones. To do this, you must have surpluses of cash and confidence. This isn’t trigonometry, getting rich is basic math.If you don’t believe me, believe science—and science says, “Get Rich!”

Getting rich will be a be a big focus for everyone who commits to 10X Growth Conference—and there ain’t no shame in that. If you’re not looking to increase your net worth, you’re being selfish because there are many people who need help out there—and it takes money to help them.

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