• Karthik Ganapathy


Hi, guys. I'm back again. We're talking about three ways to build wealth. Now this is topic number three.

Just a quick recap. Once you've have had a good understanding of your cash flow, once you've negotiated with all your service providers and anyone who you pay for their service or goods, what you can do next is actually continuously up-skill yourself.

What I mean by that is, you might be running your own business, or you might be working in a company for salary. Which means you will have your own job title and role that you are responsible for, if you continuously up-skill yourself and keep relevant with what's happening around your industry , chances are that you will keep getting better and better at your work.

And it's quite simple to understand this concept because if you look at yourself and if you're in your thirties, you’re probably looking at another 30 plus years before you would consider retirement.If you’re in your forties that's 20 plus years, fifties you still have more than 10 plus years. So, if you are going to be working for so long, why not work well?

Why not really bring the value into your field of work? It's quite simple. The market pays for the value you bring into the market, so if you're really good at your work. If you're really passionate about what you do, you would get paid handsomely as you will be bringing in lot of value to your work. And that's something everyone can do. If we just focus on ourselves and continuously improve ourselves, everything else would look after itself.

And you can continuously get paid well and of course

you can continuously build wealth. Hope, this was useful. And if you have any questions, leave some comments below love to answer them.

Thank you.



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