What our research shows about how the self-made Super Rich build their wealth.
If you are like nearly every other successful person, you’re not ready to rest on your accomplishments. You want to build on your success so far to create even more wealth and more value. In fact, according to our research, 94 percent of successful business owners want to be wealthier. (And even if you don’t own a business, you are effectively the CEO of your family, so this all applies to you, too.)
Why you need serious wealth
You’re not driven by greed or after wealth simply for wealth’s sake. Instead, you probably want to grow your wealth substantially to achieve goals that are deeply meaningful to you.
As the chart below shows, these goals likely include taking care of your family and other loved ones, supporting the causes you care deeply about and perhaps even changing the world for the better.
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