The Secret To Financial Freedom According To Billionaires
Earning, saving, and investing money while still maintaining a high quality of life and enjoying the fruits of your labor in the process is a kind of peaceful balance many want to master. It also happens to be one of the most elusive, seemingly requiring a fine-tuned combination of work ethic, finesse, good judgment and luck.
At some point, you’ve probably wondered how billionaires manage their money along their paths to success. In MONEY Master the Game by Tony Robbins, we learn about the surprising financial advice billionaires would leave to their children if they couldn’t leave them money.
Turns out, most of these successful people agreed on a concept that seems almost too simple: when investing money, don’t sell. Sit tight, do nothing, and let the power of compounding work its magic.
Compounding. Learn it, live it, love it.
The idea of compounding is so huge that Albert Einstein once called it the most important invention in all of human history.
Make sure to check out MONEY Master the Game, where Tony Robbins spills a bunch of other interesting secrets about that little thing that makes the world go ‘round. You can also read the blinks (that’s a 12-minute summary) on Blinkist.