We've been taught to work hard, and we can be wealthy. That's not true. Working hard will create money for us, but not wealth. Capital (Money) creates wealth. The wealthiest people build systems to obtain wealth. We should always thrive to build a system. For example, lets say you were to start a janitorial business. Janitorial businesses are relatively easy to start. For arguments sake lets assume you are the only employee. You go out and you get a contract to clean 2 small buildings 4 nights a week for $1000 per month. To properly clean these buildings it would take you about 4 hours per night for you to clean them. Now, you could work that and make a part time income. But that will never create wealth for you. Remember, concentrate on building a system.
In this scenario, create a company that obtains contracts, then you subcontract that work out to other companies. In other words you give the contract to another company and pay them $700 to do the work your company gets $1000 to complete. The work is being completed by another company while the system you created earns you $300 per month. If you obtain thirty contracts, your company will earn $9,000 per month. The more contracts you obtain, the more you make. You're not actually completing the labor, but you're earning more than the people who are.
Many companies have business models similar to this.
They create systems to earn money, because they realize labor, doesn't create the wealth.
Whatever business you create, always think of a system to build. If you're the labor, you won't become wealthy. If you create a system, you'll be renamed a "job creator", and you'll be on your way to wealth.
Daryl Bates & Keisha Pitt