• SumoMe

It all depends on what it is you’re working for. If you are working to acquire assets (things that put money in your pocket whether you are working or not) then yes, if working harder allows you to acquire more assets it does get you more. However, if you are only working for money, then all you get if you work harder is more money, which is temporary.

Do you realize that an employee has to work harder and longer today to make less money than ten years ago? It’s true when you factor in inflation. Just look at the value of an ounce of gold. In 2000 an ounce of gold was valued at roughly $270. Today it is just shy of $1200. Has gold become more rare? Has its value to us really more than quadrupled? Or is it just that it takes more money to buy an ounce today because our money is worth a whole lot less?

Check out what Robert Kiyosaki and his advisers thoughts are on this subject:

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