Poor people are dictated by others in life (circumstances, boss, children); Rich people are the dictators of their life.
Poor people believe that life is made up of random happenings so they have someone to blame; Rich people believe that they create their own life.
Poor people make decisions based on fear of loss; Rich people make decisions to gain more.
Poor people make decisions based on limiting beliefs because they do not believe in themselves; Rich people make decisions from confidence in themselves.
Poor people quit; Rich people do not quit.
Poor people learn and follow the herd (the 96%) to the slaughterhouse by listening to their broke friends and relatives; Rich people continuously expand their intellectual wealth.
Poor people get paid by the hour; Rich people get paid for the value they bring to the marketplace.
Poor people accept mediocrity as a reality; Rich people create solutions to make their dreams a reality.
Poor people see and prepare for negative results; Rich people see and expect positive results.
Poor people rely on hopes and prayers and remain idle; Rich people have vision and take action.
Poor people dwell in current circumstances; Rich people see the outcome they choose regardless of the current circumstances.
Success is like a math equation. The equation for success is not determined by background. The poor can become wealthy with the equation for success.