I was talking to a friend recently about strategies that make ordinary people wealthy. Often, people talk about trying to spend less by budgeting, saving more, and investing. Or working harder to earn more.
These things definitely help. But we all know that without a good budget, savings, and investing plan, it’s hard to build wealth.
After all, even rich people go broke when they spend more than they earn without saving anything.
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