What is the key psychological difference between billionaire and regular people?

What is the key psychological difference between billionaire and regular people? by Ali AlShamsi

Answer by Ali AlShamsi:

Allow me to draw an image..

If regular people are these beautiful horses.

Then billionaires would be donkeys.

They are stubborn and won't get tired easily going in same circles over and over and over again.

They don't mind working day and night or on weekends.

People lack the same stubborn motivation because they don't see results quick enough and they work for others so they get tired of it.

Motivation is a variable with normal people. Sometimes you get tired doing what you do. Job or your own business.

With billionares it's like a donkey on a mill. Motivation is a constant it never goes down but rarely. Which keeps them doing what they do to accumulate wealth. Yet it's not the only factor.

Now you could have the same motivation as a billionare but you might not be a risk taker which doesn't qualify you as a businessman. Another factor could be the lack of skill that's makes you a billionare. W.B is a billionare because he has unique skills in investments. Facebook, Google and other Tech startups billionares have innovation in their respective technology field that allowed them to come up with these ideas. Another factor is simply you have the skills but not the scale for example you could be the best dentist in the world but never will be a billionare because you can't scale your skills to serve millions of customers. You could franchise but that's not being a dentist anymore but a businessman.

There is alot of factors to account for to be a billionare. But mindsets wise it would be consistent motivation that separate the billionares from most people.

So if you have the consistant motivation quality you are a billionare material. You just need to complete the other factors.

What is the key psychological difference between billionaire and regular people?

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