How do wealthy people view money?

Wealthy People View Money

How a person views money, whether that person is wealthy or not, is highly subjective. The same person might view money differently at different points in time. This change in her perspective is because of the constant changes to her non-financial personal situations (such as age, family relations, physical health, mental health, upbringing, life goals and ambition) that are constantly evolving.

That said, wealthy people typically use their money as a tool, as a means for something else. Why? Because they can! Whereas, those who are not wealthy are more constrained to use money as an effective tool for something else.

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