Invest So You Can Sit At The Other Side Of The Table
It’s said that people spend more time planning their next vacation than planning for their investments and financial future.
When I was a financial consultant and licensed stockbroker, I often found this to be the case. And hey, I get that. A vacation is fun and in the near future. So it’s easy to visualize. And fun to think about.
Still, many people have this vague, uneasy feeling that they should know a bit more about investments — and that they should be doing something about them — and soon.
So why bother with investing?
Because stock investing seats you at the other side of the table. You become a business owner instead of an employee.
Instead of working for someone else, to increase their wealth, other people are now working for you … to increase your wealth.
They do this voluntarily. Just like you go to work, voluntarily.
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, two of the wealthiest people in the world, are business owners. It’s not a coincidence that they are wealthy AND business owners. As business owners, they sit at the other side of the table. They have people working for them — to increase their wealth.
And investing in stock is the easiest way to become a business owner.
It’s the easiest way to sit at the other side of the table.
So which side of the table do you want to sit on? The worker side, or the business owner side with Warren Buffett and Bill Gates. I’m thinking the business owner side.
So remember, you are buying stock to become a business owner, so other people work for you voluntarily to increase your wealth.
You are buying stocks to sit at the other side of the table.