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Poor people want to turn around in the end how difficult it is? Do these two points is the key

The accumulation of wealth is like a long marathon run

By Ye Er fanPublished 4 months ago 4 min read

There seems to be an unbridgeable gulf between the rich and the poor. Since ancient times, they are the two opposing sides.

Is it that hard for the poor to turn salty?

In reality, it is indeed difficult to cross over the class. However, poverty and wealth can still be transformed into each other. If you want to turn from poor to rich, or do not want to turn from rich to poor, first of all, you have to do the following two things.

1. Know how to work for yourself.

Everyone has the experience of working, but everyone's attitude toward working is very different.

Some people simply work for the boss, and then get meager pay, every day to get by. Such people can only ever work for others and be operated by others.

However, some people will have their ideas and vision even if they work for others. They know how to work to improve themselves, manage themselves, and prepare themselves to manage others in the future.

Charlie Bell, former president and CEO of McDonald's, knows how to work for himself.

Because his family was poor, Charlie Bell dropped out of school and entered society at an early age. At first, he worked as a waiter in a McDonald's in Sydney, responsible for simple toilets and hygiene.

Charlie Bell was very serious and responsible about his work, and he would actively help his colleagues in their work. Soon, Charlie Bell was appreciated by the store manager, and he was sent to attend vocational training. After the training, he was given internship opportunities in different positions. During this time, Charlie Bell has been consciously developing his abilities.

After two years of training, Charlie Bell mastered various operational processes of the company. at the age of 9, he became the youngest store manager of McDonald's.

But Charlie Bell was not satisfied with the height of the store manager but worked even harder.

At the age of 27, Charlie Bell was promoted to vice president of McDonald's Australia and became a board member at the age of 29. He later rose through the ranks, from Managing Director of McDonald's Australia to President of Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and Europe, and then to the Board of Directors of McDonald's U.S. headquarters. Finally, at the age of 44, he was elected President and CEO of McDonald's, becoming the first foreign head of McDonald's and the youngest CEO of McDonald's.

From a janitor to the president of the company, Charlie Bell's experience has been admired by many. His success is due to his hard work and the knowledge that he works for himself.

Charlie Bell has been working for himself, for his ambition to be exact.

Are you still working for your boss? Hurry up to change the concept, learn to work for yourself!

2. The person who laughs at the end laughs the best.

Do you often have such behavior :

Say yes to weight loss, but in the face of good food and hard exercise, can not hold on for long, always give up easily?

I set myself a study task, but because of inertia, it's hard to stick to it.

I want to develop my reading habit and set aside a certain amount of time to read a book every day, but after a few days, I forget to read it.


It's not uncommon to see things like this in life.

It's easy to do something out of curiosity or for a certain goal, but whether you can accomplish something depends on your persistence.

Most people do things that do not stand the test of time, only five minutes of enthusiasm, do not know how to persist, and finally lost all the work.

On the road of wealth forward, if you lose enthusiasm because of the loss of time, and no long-lasting persistence, you will never be able to taste the sweetness of the road in the pursuit of wealth.

Without lasting passion and persistence, it will be difficult for you to give full play to your subjective initiative and stand the test of time and difficulties.

The accumulation of wealth and class advancement is like a marathon, there is no absolute endurance. On the road out of poverty and wealth, you can't run to the end and you can't laugh to the end.


About the Creator

Ye Er fan

If we give love, we get love。 and even in the most difficult times, we find there is always a way to get through。

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