What is the difference between rich and poor people (even in the face of an ever-growing "financial mountain"?) Even those who have a "good salary" and an ever-empty wallet are quick to remind us that we are talking about a limited number of dollars. And, as it turns out, these "good" dollars are the same as "poor people" - they are just much smaller.So what is the difference between a rich and poor person? This is exactly the difference between the "average" life and the "dream" of millionaires. In the dream, everything is simple — we imagine what we want, and then we act according to it.Wealthy people are used to buying the "dream" themselves. They know perfectly well that "this is the way it should be" - and they buy what they dream for themselves.Poor people are used to living "from paycheck to paycheck". They are used to making daily decisions about their own needs and reducing their expenses. They don't have a lot of free money, and they know perfectly well that "this is not your life, there is no money."So why do they act the way they do?It's all about the "backpack" of your beliefs and your "relationship" with money.Beliefs that "push money away from you":1) the rich are people who are well aware that they are well paid for their hard work. They are well aware that they are the "stars" of the show. They are well aware that everyone watches them.This is the only way you can get rich (and become a millionaire).):If you grew up in a family where your parents worked hard all their lives for a given salary, then you will also be well aware that you have a lot of free money — and that it is very easy to start earning more.If your parents worked hard all their lives for a given salary, then they will also have a lot of free money to spend on you.Theirs was a "very poor" family. They had to share the house with a number of people, and there was no money for everything.The parents of today have a completely different attitude to money — they are used to doing what they always do, and not worrying about anything.They are used to spending "zero" all the money they earn and not thinking about the future at all. They are used to "paying themselves first" and only thinking about their expenses.2) the Poor believe that they are doing well in life.And they are very happy that they are successful. They are happy that they "sit on the edge of the abyss" and get a decent pension.A poor person sees the world through a different lens — he sees the world through the filter of a business that pays him a salary. This is a completely different world.Today, the ability to buy a business is the same as today, for sure, a business is a very big business. a hobby.A poor person sees the world through a different lens — he sees the world through the lens of a business that pays him a salary.Today, it is the Internet that allows a person to become rich without much effort or capital.3) the Poor believe that they are doing well.And they are very happy that they are doing well. Because they earn money online. They are used to spending "zero" all the money they earn.They are used to receiving "passive income" from their investments.They have a clear understanding that they can increase their active income by investing.They know exactly what they need to invest for this.4) the Poor believe that they will never become rich.Because they are not moving towards the Internet. They are restricting themselves to using the old technologies. They have no free time online. They are physically unable to travel.They are locked in their apartments.Because they do not understand the power of the Internet.What will they do if they lose their job? Who will they turn to?What will they do if the Internet falls on hard times? Will they be able to start earning money online? Can they afford it? Or will their financial "relationship" with money continue to be very complicated? 1) Read my article " Where NOT to invest money? TOP 3 most dangerous places for money places". 2) Read my article "what skills you need to become rich".