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Right and Wrong!

Updated: Apr 12

One person sees a glass as half full, while another sees it as half empty. When a glass is filled to the midpoint, both descriptions are accurate, meaning neither person is entirely right or wrong. In debates like this, each viewpoint has its pros and cons. How does this relate to money? Consider two beliefs: one suggests that only the wealthy can make money, while the other believes wealth is accessible to anyone. Both sides could endlessly argue about which is right. However, if we instead consider what each perspective offers us, we can make progress. Believing that anyone can become wealthy empowers individuals, providing them with opportunities. On the other hand, thinking that only the wealthy can get richer leaves those starting with less at a disadvantage. Personally, I prefer to hold onto the belief that I have a chance to succeed.

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