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The Rich Play The Money Game To Win

The Rich Play The Money Game To Win

The main goal of the wealthy is to amass huge wealth and abundance. The main goal of poor individuals is to have "enough to pay the bills..." on time.

Poor people prefer to play defense rather than offense when it comes to money. The majority of players play the money game in this manner. 


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