Are you wondering how to help poor people? Yeah, me too. And it isn’t just giving them money. Pretty much everyone believes that money is the solution to all of the world’s problems. But it isn’t. I can promise you that.
But you know what is?
Yeah, that’s right, knowledge, and I’m going to prove it to you.
Have you ever heard about that person who wins the lottery, literally millions of dollars, but then they are just as broke as when they won the jackpot about 2 years later? They obviously got the money. It should have solved their poor problem, right?
Clearly, you have to know what to do with the money once you have it. Or more importantly, you have to know how to make it when you have none of it.
THAT’S How To Help Poor People
Knowledge is power. Give them the damn knowledge.
Another problem is, though, that people have two major obstacles preventing them from getting out of the poor house and gaining the needed knowledge.
And those two are (drum roll please)…
Let me explain.
If you really want to know how to help poor people, you have to break them from something deep within their core. It is highly likely that they have experienced emotions and thoughts in regards to the following: entitlement, equality, everyone deserves a piece-of-the-pie mindset, work hard and live off a retirement in your 60’s, pensions, and retirement plans.
These types of things can offer you a living, a way to get by from day to day in life.
However, they won’t make you rich.
But 99% of the US (and world for that matter) has this type of experience because their parents, neighbors, friends, supposed “experts”, and overall socioeconomic environment told them this is how it’s suppose to be.
And guess what, is anyone you know rich? Perhaps they could be, but chances are, the answer is NO!
So, Tim, what does this have to do with the “how to help poor people” concept?
Point is, you have to do something different. You have to see what the rich are doing. And if you look at ANY rich person, the way that they have made their living in this world is through a business. There is no other way around it.
In the most direct way I can put it….if you want to become rich, you have to own a business. Plain and simple.
But this is where the other issue comes into play. Laziness. When people see the work it takes to run a business, they just turn the other direction. They revert back to their known cultural ways of mediocrity.
It’s quite sad really. But that is why I love the home business industry. It honestly doesn’t take that much work (it does take SOME work, but nothing too crazy), and it gives an outlet to others on how to help poor people.
Basically, if they are willing to break from their cultural norms and overcome the laziness, they will be rich. Guaranteed!
Would love to know your thoughts on this issue as well. Please feel free to put them below in the comments.
Until next time…
Dr. Timothy Lawler
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