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Bill Gates: How do the poor turn over? Breed Chicken


When the market sinking has become the current business consensus, the world seems to show a huge neglected truth:


The poor are more willing to consume, and make more money from poor easy than the rich.


But why the poorer the more enthusiastic about consumption?


Why do many people work hard all their lives and still live at the bottom of society?


Why can’t the poor people at the bottom of the industry diligently work hard for a lifetime, and they can’t achieve class counterattack?


Why is it so difficult for the poor to turn over?


01 Why is it difficult for the poor to turn over?


According to the report statistics released by the OECD this year:


The descendants of the world’s poor families need an average of five generations of hard work to reach the average income level of their country.


In France, it takes 6 generations of effort;


In Brazil and South Africa, the efforts of 9 generations are required;


In Colombia, it takes 11 generations of effort.


The descendants of poor families in the Nordic countries turned over the fastest. For example, in countries such as Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Sweden, two or three generations can turn over perfectly.


But even turning over will require the efforts of several generations.


It can be seen how difficult it is for the poor to turn over.


▎Open your eyes and face survival


The poor are poor because they only care about the trivial things in front of them and have no long-term plans.


In the world of the poor, it is the most important thing to survive to eat a meal.


And just to solve the problem of eating, almost all of their time and energy have been consumed.


For example, if both the rich and the poor get a bag of sweet potatoes, they also know that if the bag of sweet potatoes is buried in the soil, more sweet potatoes can be harvested in the coming year.


But the poor couldn’t wait for that day, because there was no rice in the house at home. He couldn’t care about that much. Now he could only eat this bag of sweet potatoes to survive.


Therefore, the poor are caught in a vicious circle that only cares about the lack of resources in front of them, and the rich have the time and the time to go to a higher place to see a longer way.


▎Labor skills are not scarce


The working skills of the poor lack scarcity, so their contributions are worthless.


Most of the poor people’s work does not have much technical content, and the mechanical components are relatively large, such as cleaners, dishwashers, waiters, and so on.


These jobs are very hard, but because they are not valuable, they have to spend several times more time than others to have the same income as others.


After a few years of dishing, there may not be a single stock that the rich sell off.


▎The information is asymmetric and will be harvested forever


The information asymmetry between the rich and the poor makes a huge gap between the poor and the rich in controlling opportunities.


Many things that are already commonplace in the eyes of the rich are unheard of among the poor.


In investment, what influences us to make decisions is often the information we obtain.


The poor do not know how to obtain more information, but can only choose from limited life experience, and their known information may still be more than ten years ago.


The rich have the latest and most valuable information, on the one hand, allowing their assets to flow efficiently, realize value preservation and appreciation, and even seize the possible opportunities to realize the skyrocketing value again.


On the other hand, they are also better able to determine which industries and fields have new opportunities in the next 10 years, so that their descendants can be deployed earlier.


Therefore, the wealth of Western families will be passed on from generation to generation.


▎Almost missed from capital


Poor people lack capital investment and can only make money with their hands. They cannot seize most of the money-making opportunities that rely on capital, relationships, and intelligence.


Such as real estate, stocks, and gold, most of the opportunities for making money are not related to the poor, and once in unemployment, they immediately fall into poverty.


Poor people also lack capital and real estate accumulation, and are often more risky than rich people when they are engaged in risky work, hoping to obtain high returns from small capital.


For example, borrowing usury investment, stock trading is often full of operations, once losing, all losses, falling into the entanglement of debt and poverty.


The poor people’s investments are mostly All in mentality, and their investment risk exposure is very high.


As a result, many telecommunications scams, online scams, MLM scams, digital currency scams, etc. are aimed at the investment psychology of the poor.


▎It’s hard to give birth to your son


Now that a diploma can determine the future status of society, the only way for the poor to turn over is through education.


And higher education is the only way to pave this road of education.


But this road is becoming more narrow.


In many East Asian countries, education is still the main channel for screening social status, and the college entrance examination plays a screening mechanism for this channel.


Like Japan and South Korea, including us, the phenomenon of academic expansion will become the mainstream of society in the future, and more college students and graduate students will enter the society.


Don’t tell me about the advanced nature of American “happy education”.


You may not know that the children of wealthy Americans are studying hard.


On the contrary, the children of the poor in the United States are desperately reducing their burden.


Those American blue-collar children who were cultivated divergently under the call of “reducing the burden” will eventually only inherit their father’s business and continue to become a blue-collar blue-collar worker who is hungry and hard to get rich.


The wealthy and elite children of the elite class often fought in the early hours of Stanford’s library.


After graduating, he wore a suit and wore a luxury car through Wall Street.


It is becoming increasingly difficult for the undergraduates to rely on their academic qualifications to turn over.


After all, in this society, everyone is desperately climbing to the next class.


The poor are working hard, the middle class is working hard, and the wealthy will not relax.


But the reversal of fate is not something that can be rid of by simple efforts. Many times, in addition to vision, some luck is needed.


It will become more and more difficult to break the solidification of class.


02 How to get rich? The richest man has taught you!


Is it difficult to change poverty?


Bill Gates, the richest man in the world this year, puts forward a solution to this problem when he is engaged in poverty alleviation: raising chickens.


Bill Gates believes that the poor cannot afford long-term investment that costs too much, and must find a way to get rich with low investment and quick results, gradually change the poor’s concept of being happy in time, and establish a long-term return perception.


First of all, the cost of building a hen nest is very low. The overall cost is less than 20 cents, and the chicken is relatively easy to care for. If you let chicken free range , you can save money on feed.


If you insist on raising chickens for more than 1,000 dollars a year, you will naturally change your original point of view and realize that it is worthwhile to put the money in your hands into production, and you will eventually get rid of poverty.


Although it is not easy to change poverty, there is still a way to follow. As long as you are willing to act, it is not a very difficult thing to get rid of poverty.


It can only be said that what the poor are poor is thinking.


The poor cannot afford to study for too long a return on investment, and they lack patience to wait for this cycle.


Less money is not a problem, it is the problem to stick to the concept of poverty without knowing it, and to rely too much on the existing state and not seek breakthroughs.


Today, who has the momentum of Rockefeller at that time:


Even if I take off my clothes and put them in the uninhabited desert, as long as a caravan passes by, I will become a millionaire again.

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