The 20 Rules of Money

The 20 Rules of Money


I want you to think about this here. In your entire lifetime, how much money has
gone through your hands? How much? Let me explain to you what I mean by this. Maybe you made $73,000 last year, at 28-years-old. And the first time you got a check was 14
years old, it was $100. Add that whole thing up. You’ll come out with a number. $493,000. Or $1.9 million or $6.3 million, depending
on who it is watching this video. The question is this. How much is left in your wallet? Truly. What is in your wallet? Not what’s in your wallet with Capitol Choice. I’m talking about really, what’s in your wallet? What do you have left? How much savings do you have left? And if you’re not too happy with this question,
it’s very simple. The reason why you don’t have a lot of money
left is because you don’t know how to play the money game. Simple as that. So today in this video I’m going to cover
with you 20 rules of money. These are rules of money that I’ve followed
and it’s obviously from a lot of mistakes I’ve made. Because there was a point in my life where
I made money and there was nothing left in my pocket. So I’m telling you from experiences. But rule #1 is the most important one. And it’s the one you have to buy into immediately. It’s very simple. You can fight and say whatever you want to
do to it. It’s a rule. And the rule is, it’s a game. Money is a game. And the great thing about any game is the
following thing. No matter what game you play, the most eventually
get good at it. If I’ve never played chess, and I play you
and you’ve played 100 times chess, you’re probably going to beat me. If I have played Monopoly 1,000 times and
you’ve played three times, I’m probably going to beat you, because it’s a game. So the great thing about the money game is,
it can be learned. So many times people fight it and they have
problems with it. And they say, well, you know, that person
became rich because they’re smart. This person. . . No, no. They learned the game, and you can also take
the time to learn the game. Rule #2, don’t be a hater of money. If you hate money, you’ll never get money. Because money doesn’t like haters. So if you’re a hater, and you constantly say
things like, well, money doesn’t grow on trees. Money is this and money is that, and rich
people are this. . . you’re right. Money says, “you’re right!” I’m not turned on by you. It’s almost as if going on a date with an
attractive girl and telling the girl that you don’t like attractive girls who don’t
know a lot about philosophy and all they care about is their looks and doing makeup and
doing this and working out and going to the gym. And this girl’s like, dude, I put makeup on,
I work out every day to stay in shape. But I also like other things in my life. But you know what? You’re right. You’re not attracted to me; I don’t like you. She goes and finds another guy that says,
“I like a girl that takes care of her body. I like a girl that takes care of her skin. I like a girl that does makeup. I like a girl that works out five days a week.” She’s attracted to that guy. Keep that part in mind. Don’t be a hater with money. #3, it’s a doubles game. Listen. This should – you can stop watching the entire
video. You got the main things out of the way. It’s a double game. And by the way, at the end of the video I’m
going to give you a free PDF. It’s a double game. What is a double game? The entire game of money is about doubling
your money. So what do you mean, Pat, double your money? Let me explain it to you this way. If you right now have $1,000 in your bank
account, if you – you’re watching this, and you have $1,000 cash, you are 10 doubles away
from a million dollars. That’s it. You’re five doubles away from having $32,000. You’re 13 doubles away from having $8.192
million. You’re 14 doubles away from $16 million. It’s a doubles game. So how soon can you double your money? That’s truly the game. Can you take that $1,000 and double it to
$2,000 in the next year, so the next thing is, now it’s $2,000 you have in your account,
now you nine steps away from a million dollars. You may say, “Pat, I already have $100,000
in my account.” Well guess what? You’re 4 doubles, three doubles away from
a million dollars. It’s a doubles game. This is a piece of cake, when you learn it’s
a doubles game. So the question becomes what? How soon, this is the real game of doubles. It becomes two different things. Risk tolerance, because you’ve got to know
yourself when it comes to money. Your risk tolerance, depending on the age
you’re at. If you’re 65, your risk tolerance is going
to be lower than you being 22 years old, right? So you have your risk tolerance, you need
to know you. Then the other part is time horizon. What is your time horizon? So the time horizon could be, I want to have
a million dollars by ten years from now. Great. If it’s 10 years, what do you have right now? Then you have to play your doubles game. How many doubles do I have with this $17,000
to get to a million bucks? It’s a simple game! That you can learn what to do, as long as
you know your risk tolerance, you know your time horizon, what it is and what the amount
is, then you’re playing the doubles game. #4, seduction. Let me explain to you about seduction. Okay? Listen. I use the analogy with ladies because it’s
just how it is. Okay? Money likes to be seduced. Money’s attracted to seducers. Just like a woman doesn’t like a desperate
man, money doesn’t like desperate people. Money’s not attracted to desperate people
who want it so bad because they want to make this money and show it off to everybody. No, no. You need to seduce money. Seduce money. And all of a sudden money says, ooh, I like
this guy. I like this girl. Oh my gosh! I’m turned on to you. Don’t let money seduce you. You seduce money. It’s a seduction game. So whoever learns the seduction game with
money, all of a sudden money starts coming from all over the place to you, because money
is turned on by people that know exactly what they’re doing. Money likes investors who know what they’re
doing. Okay? A girl goes on a date with a guy that knows
what he’s doing, she’s most likely to come back and then there’s experience. So learn how to seduce money, once you learn
this whole thing you’ll get better at this game as well. Next, timing, when it comes down to money. Let me explain about timing. I’m not talking about timing like this is
the best time to invest into Snapchat or this is the best time to buy the IPO of Facebook
and etc. I’m not talking that timing. Although that’s a whole different conversation
with timing. Timing I’m talking about, running a business. I’ll give you an idea. There was a time where logically I had to
cut down. Okay. In my business. And I had to get rid of two or three employees. Logically I had to cut down. But I knew what I was getting ready to do
and I had access to all the information. I decided to double down and that helped expand
the business to new areas, new territories. So, and then the other part is cutting down
expenses, you knowing, maybe numbers are looking very good, but there’s an area that needs
to be cut down that no one knows about the information. You need to cut down because you have access
to all the information. So there’s got to be a part where you need
to know. And this is the thing we can’t teach you. This is not something I can teach you about. But this is going to be a part of it, that
you’re going to learn from experience with timing. Timing with when you buy. Timing on when you invest. Timing on when you stay light. Timing on when you stay liquid. Timing on when you go. . . there’s a timing aspect to all those decisions
you’ll make. #6, boredom. Let me explain what boredom means. Money needs to be moved. Okay? Again, if a girl is bored with you, she leaves
you, because you’re too boring. Same with men. If a man is bored with a girl, they’re going
to leave. Because it’s boring. Money doesn’t like to be bored. What do I mean? If money stays in a checking account, money’s
going to somebody else who knows how to use that money. If money is just staying somewhere, and it’s
not working, it’s too boring, it goes to somebody else that knows what to do with money. So you’ve got to make sure money’s always
moving. Money’s always moving for you. Always moving for you. Always moving for you. Always working for you. Always out there doing something to create
more money for you. Next, secret account. You always have to have a secret account. Let me tell you what a secret account is. It’s an account that no one knows about – your
wife, your husband, your boyfriend, girlfriend, mom, dad, brother, sister – no one knows about
this account. What is this account? It’s a crisis account. A crisis account could be cash. A crisis account could be somewhere sitting
down that no one knows. But I know you may say Pat, you talked about
boredom. Two completely different stories. You’ve got to have a crisis account, that’s
not your emergency fund. I’m not talking emergency fund that this is
the right thing to do. I’m talking a crisis account. What saved the business when we were going
through a difficult times, and our company’s checking account went to $13,000. I had payroll, commissions, everything, $13,000. We were about to shut down the company. It was this close. We’re about to shut down the company. What saved us was the crisis account that
I had. No one knew about it. That money showed up, put it back into the
business, saved us, we lasted, we made it through the tough times, and now we’re here
where we are today. But it’s because I had a secret crisis account
no one else knew about. You need to always have a secret crisis account. #8, don’t fly first class until you have $10
million in the bank account. I see so many people spending two grand on
a flight where they can spend $400. Listen, I’m 6’4″, 6’5″, 240, and do you know
how many times till today I’ve paid first class? Zero! I don’t pay first class. Other people pay for my first class, but I
don’t pay first class. I’ve been paid first class, flown first class
many, many times because I have the miles or people pay for my flight. I don’t pay first class. And why is that? Here’s how I did the math. Now obviously, I can afford to do it, no problem. But here’s how I did the math. You’re trying to tell me that $2,000 for a
first class flight and I can get $500 for the same flight, that $1500 times nine flights
in a month, that’s 9 x $1500, is $13500, some number like that. You know what I can do with that number? That’s four employees. That’s marketing. That’s expansion. Over a year that’s $200,000, $180,000. Why am I going to waste that money? That’s an executive I can bring in. That’s two incredible employees I can bring
in. I don’t pay first class. Other people pay first class. Once you get 10 million bucks and you want
to do it, that’s great. At that point you may want to get yourself
a private jet, but don’t fly first class. Next, comp plan. Let me explain to you what I mean by comp
plan. So, no matter what country you live in, okay,
I get emails from 100 plus countries around the world and some of you guys and I talk
through your communistic system, how you’re upset and you ask me what to do and I tell
you if it’s not going to change, you have to leave. You have to leave a communistic regime you’re
part of. Some of you are in socialistic places, France,
taxes, Spain. You’re upset with the taxes being where they’re
at, and I tell you, if you don’t see the horizon changing, you need to adjust. But regardless of where you’re at, rule #1
about your comp plan, your comp plan at whatever country you live in is your taxes. Study how you get taxed, because that’s your
comp plan. And let me explain to you why the comp plan
in America does so well. A lot of people say things like this, they’ll
say, “you know what? I can’t believe the tax structure in America
benefits business owners and you know why is it that they benefit business owners?” Because business owners create jobs. If you created jobs, we’d give you a tax benefit. If there wasn’t a tax benefit, and incentive
for business owners, then who’s going to create jobs for all these millions of people that
need jobs? So you may say, “Well, Pat, if the incentives
are for business owners, shouldn’t I be a business owner?” Yes! Every single episode’s about you becoming
an entrepreneur. Yes. You ought to be a business owner. You ought to be an entrepreneur. Because it benefits you in your comp plan. It benefits you in your comp plan. And position yourself properly by knowing
what your comp plan is. Rule #10, end of the world mentality. Listen, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, Suze Orman, Dave
Ramsey, whatever these names you want to go through, all of these names put them all together. You know what they get paid to do? They get paid to sell crisis, because if it
happens, you’ve got to be ready for it. Okay? And so what happens a lot of times is people
get afraid. And they think it’s the end of the world. And like when in 2008 the market crisis took
place, the market went all the way down to 6000 something, Dow Jones did, everybody started
pulling their money out. It’s at 21,000 points today. Imagine if you left the money in. How much compounding money was lost, simply
because you thought it was the end of the world? Simply because you thought there was a nuclear
war that was going to happen all over the world. By the way, let me explain to you, if truly
a nuclear war’s going to happen, do you really think your money matters? C’mon. We’re not going to exist. So you’ve got to act as if there’s no nuclear
war that’s going to take place and panic so much when everybody tells you everything,
and you’ve got to learn how to manage those times when 90% of the world thinks it’s the
end of the world, you’ve got to be ready. So how do you do that? Let me explain. I was part of the community that said it’s
always the end of the world, until I realized how you become wealthy is during this time. During this time when it’s the end of the
world, you know who wins? Those who have cash. This is why it’s important to have cash set
aside. And I’m not talking boredom money. I’m talking cash set aside when it’s the end
of the world for you to buy stuff. Every time crisis takes place, a lot of people
become wealthy. A LOT of people become wealthy. Because everything’s on sale. Everything’s on sale when there’s crisis. People sell their exotics because they can’t
afford it. People sell their art work for 1/5 of the
price. Homes sell for 1/2 of the price. Investments, all these things are for sale
during the time when there’s the end of the world type of mentality. So you’ve got to have a strategy for this
time. Some say markets about to tank again, in the
next two to three years. I don’t know if it is going to tank in the
next two to three years. Here’s what I do know. It’s going to tank in the next 20 years. And I’m ready for it. And I have to be ready for it. Because there’s going to be opportunities. You also got to be ready for it. #11, study your politicians, especially your
president. Let me explain to you why. You’ve got to know what your politicians in
your local community are going to do and what their philosophies are. Here’s why you need to know their philosophies. If their philosophy is to do heavy duty taxing
on you, you need to adjust accordingly. If their philosophy is cut down taxes, you
need to adjust accordingly. People ask me, Pat, what am I going to do
with Trump? Start a business! Taxes are being cut. Go make your millions of dollars in the next
four years. And if it’s eight years, go make your money. Adjust. Everything’s about adjustment. But you can’t not know what their philosophies
are. You need to know the philosophies of the politicians
in your community. #12, study smart investors but don’t be too
religious about them. Like for instance, you ought to read everything
Warren Buffett’s got. Read every single thing Warren Buffett’s got. Every single thing. Read any of the books he’s got, go read them. Because what he’s going to teach you is his
way of thinking. His mindset. He’s going to teach you the way he thinks. Like some people ask, “Why did Warren Buffett
spend $35 million to buy silver six years ago and why did he. . . and why does not do
any technology and stays away from it? You know, why does he. . . these are philosophies. The thing you’ve got to respect about Warren
Buffett is when he says, “I don’t do technology,” he didn’t do technology. So he stuck to a philosophy long enough until
it worked. Study smart investors. #13, play your game. Don’t compare. Let me explain. This is extremely problematic to a lot of
people because let’s just say on this doubles game, you’re here [$8,000]. And let’s just say your cousin is here [$4,096,000]. Why are you comparing yourself to him? You need to play your doubles game. Let’s say you’re here [$8,000]. Let’s say your best friend is here [$128,000]. It’s not the same game. He’s four doubles ahead of you. It’s not the same game. You’ve just got to make sure to play your
game. You can’t say, “I’m going to play my game
at the level with the other guys,” because when you do that way, you make reckless decisions
and you lose a double. You don’t want to lose doubles. You want to gain doubles. I hope I’m making sense to you. You don’t want to go backwards and any time
you focus on this guy [people ahead of you], you sometimes go backwards. So focus on your game. Focus on your strategies. Focus on your time horizon. Focus on your risk tolerance, and play according
to that game. Your vision may not be to be a billionaire. Your vision may not be to go out there and
do something very big. Your vision may not be to be a person that’s
got $150 million bucks. Your vision may not be to be a deca-millionaire. Your vision may be, I want to one day have
$2 million. That’s all good. Play to that game. And put a plan next to it. Play to that game. But don’t constantly compare yourself to other
people. Next, index. A lot of people say, “Well, as long as you
beat the index.” Okay, as long as you beat the index. I am more concerned of beating my goals than
I am about beating the index. I’m not worried about beating the index. I’m worried about beating my goal. What is my goal? What is the deadline? I want to beat that number. Because it’s mine. That’s what I’m committed to. What is my deadline? And I’m committed to this. I’m not committed to the index. I’m committed to this. Maybe I need to do a lot more than what the
index is doing. Because this is why I’m in business. In business I can control the amount of growth
I’m going to have in my income. I can’t control if I’m studying just the index
and the index is going 11.9%, and I beat it 2.3%, but that’s going to take me a long time
to get over here [bottom of doubles]. No, no. Play your game. Beat your goals instead of trying to beat
the index only. #15 – befriend money makers. I’ll tell you why befriend money makers that
you trust. If you’re around other people that know how
to make money, you’re going to make money. That’s just kind of how things work out. If you’re around people that know how to make
money, you’re generally going to make money. If you’re around people that don’t even know
how to make money, or don’t even make a lot of money, you’re not going to make a lot of
money. You know, so know who you’re going into business
with, know who you’re doing things with. Sometimes things seem too sweet or sexy and
all this stuff, but you don’t know the person. I don’t touch any of that stuff. It’s important for me to know who I’m going
to be doing business with. I hire very slowly. Very slowly. I fire very fast. The moment I’m done with somebody [snap],
boom, gone. Four people we fire in a day, no problem. I can’t do this, the tolerance is not in the
right place, we can’t do this, we need to move on. But I hire slowly. Especially the higher up it is, the more I
travel with the person to get to know them. Same exact thing when it comes down to here. Whoever you’re going to do business with,
befriend them. Travel with them. If somebody’s extremely wealthy, go to dinner
with them. Get to know their wife. See how they are around their kids. Kind of see their standards of living, see
their discipline, see their behavior and then say, “I like this person. I like what their friends say about them. I like how his. . .” This is the person I can do business
with. #16: Diversification is for absolute sissies. Okay? So if you’re a sissy, and your risk tolerance
is very low, it’s okay. It’s okay to be a sissy. A lot of people are sissies. But if you truly want to create your wealth,
and you’re wondering why in your lifetime you work for 17 years and you don’t have a
single penny, and you’ve made $617,000, yet you only have $6,000 to show for it, there’s
a problem there. There’s a problem there. What is the problem? Diversification is a great concept to sell
for these expert financial advisers that are playing every single thing safe and all these
other things, yes. Now, for those of you that are watching this
and you’re 73 years old, diversification may be good for you, if you already have hit your
goal of $6 million and you’re where you’re at. You’re 62 years old, and I respect the fact
that you already hit your numbers are solid. Risk tolerance is lower, time horizon lower. Okay, you’re playing a different game. I’m talking mainly to the people that are
in the offensive mode of their lives. That you’re trying to get here [near the bottom]. Maybe you’re around this market [middle]. I’m not talking to the people that are here
[at the bottom]. I’m talking to the people that are here [between
the front and middle]. You’re trying to get your doubles to go quickly,
faster. If you just rely on diversification, 20, 30,
40 years, well, you just got to know that’s going to take 40 years, it’s going to take
30 years. Maybe. That’s if everything goes the way it’s supposed
to be going. So I don’t recommend just relying on diversification
to take you to where you want to get to. 17, the game is about leverage. Everything is leverage. Now let me explain what leverage means. I’m not saying leverage go into debt with
everything. I’m not talking about leverage like that. I’m talking about leverage, period. What could leverage be? Leverage your business. How can you grow your business if you’re running
a business? How can you leverage to have more support? How can you leverage to sell more? How can you leverage to expand more? How can you leverage to increase the volume
of business more? How can you leverage to market yourself more? How can you leverage to get to the customer
faster? How can you leverage to increase the speed
of growth of your business? How can you leverage to get certain things
going? How can you leverage? Everything is a leverage game. Everything is a leverage game. And the more you study the concept of leverage
and the game how it works, the better it is for your wealth. #18, positioning. Positioning has to do with, for instance,
I’ll tell you what positioning is. We could do a whole thing on positioning,
but I’m just going to give it to you in a shorter sentence. Positioning. If I’m going to go work at a company and I’m
going to have a piece of the equity, and I’m going to position myself to own a piece of
that company, and it’s going to go public, that’s smart positioning. That’s very, very smart positioning. Tom over here who’s our president, Tom created
his wealth by positioning. He went and positioned himself in certain
places and participated in the victory by owning a piece and he positioned himself. Sometimes it’s positioning. Sometimes it’s who you’re running with. A lot of times it goes like, “I’m making great
income with this company I’m at.” Yeah, but you haven’t positioned yourself
yet because there’s no backing on the equity. So it’s positioning. You’ve got to also position yourself here
to make sure you’re taking care of that part, right? Of course you’ve got to take care of your
credit, you’ve got a high income, savings, investments, but you’ve got to make sure you’re
positioning yourself properly as well. #19, strategic partnerships. Strategic partnerships. The more you can create an environment, it’s
kind of similar to befriend money makers, but this is slightly different because it’s
intentional. If you can figure like what we do at our company,
is we have strategic partnerships where a lot of people make money. Okay? The more people make money, the more people
continue to do business with you, if there are strategic partnerships. I have strategic partnerships with $400 billion
companies, $200 billion companies, $60 billion companies. I have strategic partnerships with a lot of
different companies that benefits them. Okay? Strategic partnerships increases the value
of making money because a lot more people are making money with you when they go into
business with you. Last but not least, big check syndrome. Let me tell you what the big check syndrome
is. Oh my gosh, I’ve seen so many people screw
this whole thing up. And I’ll just explain to you what it is. So, for instance, say you are doing real estate,
hypothetically. Okay. And all of a sudden, you get this one client
wants you to sell their home. It’s a $3 million home. I’m just throwing numbers out there. And you go and sell this $3 million home,
and the check is a hundred and some thousand dollars that you get. And you say, “Oh my gosh, I made $100,000
and for two months, you live as if you made $100,000 in a month. What you don’t realize is that $100,000 check
in a month, you need to look at it as an $8300 a month income for that year. That’s what that means. It’s not $100,000. And I’ve seen so many people who treat this
as $100,000 in a month, and they get cocky, arrogant, all this stuff. And then they go back to right here [beginning
of double]. And their double goes lower and lower and
lower. And they don’t realize it’s just a big payday. Let me explain. Would you rather have right now a half a million
dollar cash I give you. Watch this question, you’re going to answer. Would you rather take a half a million dollars,
okay, given to you, up front, I’m going to give you a half a million dollars or would
you rather take an income stream, guaranteed of $100,000 over 20 years? Which one would you take? Half a million up front, $100,000 over 20
years? Which one would you take? Believe it or not, most people will say, well,
I think the right answer is $100,000. Most people would take a half a million. Let me tell you why the $100,000 allows you
to do more. The 100,000 is two million bucks. The half a million dollars is a half a million
bucks. See, this gives me the opportunity to have
a stronger backing to make bigger decisions to get bigger doubles. Now you may say, Pat, but half a million dollars? That already puts me here [$512,000]. It’s irrelevant if you don’t know how to play
the money game. It’s irrelevant if you don’t know how to play
the money game. I want high income as well. I want income coming in that feeds my game
so I can increase my net worth. This [income] is a very, very important game,
so don’t get too crazy about big check syndrome and all of a sudden fall for it and lose everything
that you got because it can totally mess up your net worth and you work all the way back
to your double. So with that being said, this is what I want
to do to you. This episode is obviously an episode that
people would want to look at on a PDF. So we’re going to give you a free PDF. But this is what you need to do. You need to visit PatrickBetDavid.com, we’ll
put the link on the bottom of the YouTube video as well so you can see it, but if you’re
not here and you’re seeing this video on a completely different place, because videos
nowadays are being shared everywhere, you can go to PatrickBetDavid.com, okay. When you go to the website, the link for this
is going to be there. Look for the link. And if you don’t see it anywhere, just go
on the search on the bottom of my website, Paul, show exactly where the search would
be. Type in “money,” and this will come up. Rules of money, this will come up and get
the free PDF. Print it out, and look at it and start studying
which of those 20 rules you follow and you do very well at, and which you don’t, and
start adjusting to it, and study the areas that you need to improve in those games. So with that being said, if you have any questions,
any thoughts, any comments, comment on the bottom. And thanks for watching everybody. Take care. Bye bye. Hey, thanks for watching this video. Let me make a case for you why I believe you
need to subscribe to Valuetainment and also join the notification squad. Look, there’s two ways you can learn about
business. One of the ways is go to college. Learn a bunch of theories by professors who
have probably never ran a business before or you can watch Valuetainment, ran by entrepreneurs
who have built and sold businesses and you can learn from our mistakes and what we do
right. And by the way, I’m willing to bet anybody
who goes and takes this boring route vs. watches Valuetainment, I’m putting my money on this
person who watches Valuetainment is going to beat the person who goes to college. You don’t believe me? Test me on this. This is why I’m so certain you need to subscribe
to Valuetainment and learn the content so you can also be a successful entrepreneur.

100 Comments

  1. Valuetainment says:

    For detailed notes and links to resources mentioned in this video, visit http://www.patrickbetdavid.com/the-20-rules-of-money/

  2. Alex Nikas says:

    This is so vague

  3. Natural life says:

    Wow this is the best video I've seen in my life. Verry knowledgeable, interesting. Your amazing and awesome that's why
    I subscribed you right away
    I finish the whole video
    I comment
    I CLICK the bell BUTTON BELOW
    I CLICK the LIKE BUTTON
    THANK you and God bless you
    More power.

  4. John Cotter says:

    Persuasive => boring. Lighten up a bit, Pat.

  5. TD Durrin says:

    I learned a good rule back in 1994. Pay yourself first… Great video! I just turned 60, but will still try to follow the rules to double my money.

  6. Mahesh Patel says:

    Man, i have been The victim of big check syndrome..thanks you made me reliaze this.

  7. Mr. Mister says:

    Can you teach me or made a video how to use and spend your money.

    I’m a middle class teen and i’m almost graduating. I need to go to college and i don’t know how to control my money spending.

    Can you give me some tips???

  8. EDGAR SAUCEDO says:

    Is playing with your mind !

  9. Riaz Khan says:

    Informative video

  10. adebayo martyr. says:

    I love the video.

  11. Judy Mckee says:

    Praise God, Who have made me a very successful businesswoman, yet there is more I can learn from Patrick. What a challenge to me , at 62 years old. Thank you

  12. John Ryan says:

    My one problem with this video is the doubles. Doubling is much easier said than done. Especially if you're not working or can't.

  13. king coolit says:

    Study your politicians.until you come to my country where politicians do nothing

  14. HEADBANGRR says:

    "It's okay to be a sissy" 🙂

  15. HEADBANGRR says:

    I'd prefer the 500k because I'll invest it NOW.

  16. mxzyk says:

    You do make a hell of a sense, too bad I am on my last two laps in my life.

  17. Paul Rivera says:

    I did the math one time, my first 10 years of my working life, I made about $100,000. Damn! It was a ghost and disappeared. I didn't know the game.

  18. Paul Rivera says:

    If it's truly the end, NO MONEY will be worth anything. Even the wealthy will be dead.

  19. Ranajit Choudhury says:

    I like this guy man good entertaining presenter

  20. Ranajit Choudhury says:

    Banks are annoying but bareable

  21. Jose says:

    It is possible if your passion is money.

  22. Zyzz says:

    Note to self: Seduce money

  23. Pied Piper says:

    Bro, i played over 3000 chess games (it shows in statistics in chess.com) ..after first 500 i am stuck at the same score. It is not enough just play – you need to concentrate until you dream it

  24. RobertsDigital says:

    very good talk

  25. Summer Flash Sale says:

    this entire video is based on socialism and not natural supply and demand values

  26. Africa King Kong says:

    Concise rule about money. Money is the reward for goods and services. If you are not producing goods or offering a service don’t expect money. Final rule: saving is a good habit but it does not get you rich but investment does. That is why in time of recession investors get rich and savers get poor over night. The best way to multiply your money is to invest.

  27. Gary Davidson says:

    Subscribed, headed to get that pdf on money, great information thank you

  28. maudie ruiz says:

    Love what your doing here! Plus this info is free. Thank you

  29. Naser Rezayi says:

    5:30 seduction game

  30. Iesha Adams Sampia says:

    https://youtu.be/WqwYYYQrjIQ

  31. lilcay1 says:

    Love this video!! I'm so glad I found you.

  32. Annah Alba says:

    Hello? Sir. Inspired with u vedio..thank u for the great.. Message..

  33. Канал По сути says:

    #9 Definitely true story. In my country for a regular labour you have to pay around 30% taxes, for self-employed – 5%. In EU this is around 20% which is still better than being a person that is working on somebody. So yeah, you definitely need to become at least self-employed.

  34. gary grammat says:

    It is ok to fly economy if you live in America. I live in Australia and it takes 14 hours from my door to a hotel door in Asia. Going to Europe or America will take another 12 hours. If you are not a young healthy person, it will take you 2-3 days to recover from the journey. I am flying to Bangkok in 3 weeks and business class is AU$3,600.00 and that is cheap. In business class one can have reasonable sleep, but you still get tired.
    3-5% of gold isn't enough. Gold is insurance and a very liquid asset. I put gold at at least 15%.
    To be good in what you doing is very important. I lived through financial crisis, but never had to get a cut for my job. I am always in demand and financial or any other crisis make me reacher. I believe in 3 things essential for wealth preservation: gold, real estate and art. Many people think that art is about Botichelli or Picasso. Not at all. 10 years ago I bought 2 paintings for $600 each. Today they are worth $20,000. I consider some numismatic coins to be works of art. Even some issues of 10-15 years cost many times more today. You could buy a silver coins 10 years ago for $50-100 and get $600-700 today. Opportunities are there, study and use the knowledge.

  35. DGP Films says:

    Thanks man!! Just found you!! What a great channel!

  36. PJ Hudson says:

    Wasnt this guy in one of the GTAs?

  37. PJ Hudson says:

    Wasnt this guy in one of the GTAs?

  38. DevLearn says:

    500k up front so I can invest now in my business! What I wouldn't give for that opportunity.

  39. Giuseppe Donaldson says:

    Information is power as we all know and the video you put up here reveals that as well. Bitcoin has been the trend of late and many people are still ignorant of this wealth creation technique. I was trading for loss previously because I was not having the required knowledge, skills, and experience on how to trade. It was a devastating experience but I was not relented because I am a great believer of the Bitcoin movement and trading at loss should not be what will weigh me down. My effort was rewarded when I met Mr. Michael Wagster a trader popularly known as TradeMaster. He has been mentioned to several traders and most Youtuber because his trading strategies always provide guaranteed profit and I was happy to lay my hands on his strategies that he used to trade. He provided me with basic and advanced trading strategies on how I will make a profit just like a rinse and repeat process to do every day and following this I was able to recover all that I have lost due to my wrong trading strategies implemented before. Now I see profit pouring in daily and I will be pleased to share it with this awesome community that his strategies work and if you are looking to change your portfolio status you can take the step by contacting Mr. Michael today through (Michaelwagster100 @ Gmail.com)

  40. Teleman 777 says:

    after putting money in mutual funds i can say it is not that easy as the market is volatile

  41. Don Dressel says:

    Well how much money has gone through my hands?

    Let’s see I’ve been married three times
    I’ve owned several homes including rental property
    Bought a few nice cars
    Owned quite a bit of stock and have made money and lost money on the stock market
    So I really don’t know or I really don’t want to know

  42. Mago Bugianishvili says:

    Thanks 😊

  43. C Guillen says:

    All the thumbs down was from sissies… lol sensitive *ss ppl

  44. Jay Aeecee says:

    There's one rule of money, money always flows from weak hands to strong hands.

  45. Mariadelin Garc says:

    This should have more views

  46. Hk C says:

    All true and very informative video but boy relax a bit, life is not all about money believe me 🙂

  47. Per Andersson says:

    I like the idea with positioning

  48. Claudette Earle says:

    The law of attraction at work – love money healthily and money will love you right back

  49. matthew hoover says:

    my biggest money mistake was losing over 30k on a sale of a home because i was lied to and signed a contract that screwed me. i was going through a divorce, wasn't in a good head space, and couldn't think clearly enough to protect my interests. I lost a double, as you say. I've recovered and am doing very well (at 34 have more saved up than the average retiree) but I still sometimes think about how much that 30k would have helped me out, but it motivates me to work harder because I feel like i'm trying to recover from my mistake.
    Also, I tend to be negative, slowly learning to be more positive. I see this 'end of the world' mentality tryin to creep in but have been fighting it.

  50. Balam's Message says:

    This guy is very smart. They don’t teach any of this stuff in college or public schools because education is so antiquated it no longer meets the needs of industry. In fact If I had it to do over I would not have gone to college!

  51. Todd T says:

    3.4K dislikes from who? People that hate money or people that hate free education? I do almost everything in this video and it works like a charm. So many idiots get a big cheque and buy a supercar. I was even told to "buy myself something nice" as a cheque was handed to me from a group investment that we got so lucky on, I still can't believe it. Did I make money? Yes. Did I spend it? Nope. I used it on an even bigger deal that was worth 10 times as much, but the minimum cost of entry was triple and I could meet that number. I always go in on the better deals with higher potential, but they have a higher cost of entry. You can take smaller deals and be the big man in the room by exceeding the minimum, but your ego will cost you.

    The way that I see it is if you are siting at home watching TV relaxed with no concern for your investments, then you aren't playing the game or studying hard enough. Safe is great until you have no money.

  52. FeeNeeX says:

    So what do you exactly study to learn the "Money Game"?

  53. Deshaun Larue says:

    comment

  54. Guido Paulusma says:

    so how can i make double the ammount of money then

  55. YOZOY YOZOY says:

    i will take the $500k now if everything is equal to the $100k per year.

  56. flybaby D says:

    what a non sence

  57. Byahe ni Mark says:

    Befriend money makers. Travel with them to know them better. I love this part! Thank you for sharing your knowledge to us.

  58. Nilda Silverio says:

    After watching, I'd say I am okay as I am. I am 60 and owe no one a single cent. I live comfortably and after all, we cannot take these accumulation of wealth when we die. Lesson: just be happy at the present moment and be of content of what you've got. Do not consume your precious creative life accumulating money that cannot serve your purpose in life because you forgot to live. Enjoy the simple things in life. Yeah, money is also entertainment behind the suspect of making you crazy because you want only numbers. This video is for the young ones.

  59. Joe Wood says:

    There are three things that is guaranteed to destroy the human race and this planet.
    1) Women.
    2) Money.
    3) Religion.

    All three want to control you, All three want to enslave you. All three will put you against each other. All three will segregate you and all three will eventually kill you.

    1) Women will bring children into any environment creating over population which will result in the destruction of the environment, they also segregate men from each other, over 95% of all fight between them are over a woman, a woman is never satisfied her whole existence revolves around personal wants and wealth is one of them , she will do anything to get it, sell her body her self-respect her own safety even our own children or personal gain.

    2) Money creates, resentment, jealousy, hatred, vandalism, crime, murder, people will do anything for it people , they will use other people to get it. it creates the environment we live in today, one which where the few role it absolute luxury fed by the many who scrape a living or wallow in poverty just so a few can roll in luxury. it creates endless war, so the weapon manufacturers can stay in business on the backs of dying people. it also creates over population because the need for it so the few can roll in luxury. it is why you base your policies on economic growth, a system that relies on endless number of people.

    3) Religion, create hatred, it segregates people, it causes wars, for how many people have died in the name of some god some religion. it teaches to endlessly multiply and fill the planet with people, which of course will result in a dead planet. it teaches hatred if you believe in God then you are better than everybody around you who doesn't.

    Religion we can do without, so can we do without money, and we need to bring women under control to protect the health and safety of children, and from over populating the world which will lend with its destruction, because if you're waiting for women to be responsible and protect children from poverty then you may as well bend over and kiss your ass goodbye.

  60. J Kostka says:

    Patrick, The only reason the market recovered in 2008 was suppressing interest rates/QE. The Fed will not have ability to prop us up again. I'm not sure you understand that. Our country has never gone into downturn with this much debt.

  61. World Illuminati says:

    Greetings from the brotherhood Illuminati, Are you a Musician,Boxer Footballer, Student,Politician,Actor/Actress or Self Employed Business. This is a great Opportunity to be Rich and Famous and Powerful in everything by joining the ILLUMINATI to achieve your dreams inbox immediately if interested for more Info🔼🔺🔼
    Whatsapp us via +31685175272

  62. Ricardo Cartagena says:

    I trust this guy so much

  63. Johann Greyling says:

    ▽▽▽ TheY Don'T Care About Us ▽▽▽

  64. Johann Greyling says:

    Seduced #IAm!!!

  65. Ken Switzer says:

    Hi Pat,
    I watched your video for the first time today as well as more and now have a much better understanding of what I need to do. I have passed these to all of my contacts.
    I am 69 years old, own my home, have two small loans and a very meager savings. I will stay on top of your advice and try to decide what I will do in the future.
    Thank you for your advice.

  66. Ken Switzer says:

    I am having trouble finding the PDF you mention here. I am using my iPhone and when I go to your site the search function at the top is covered by a banner.

  67. Wendy's Getaways says:

    my problem is eating and drinking out 🙁

  68. Siya Ngcangca says:

    I am grateful for such insight – you the beast

  69. avalon2199 says:

    This is the story of an American billionaire who was holidaying in Mauritius, a far away island in the middle of the Indian ocean, during the early 1990s. The American investment banker was at the pier of a small coastal Mauritian village when a small boat with just one fisherman docked. Inside the small boat were several large yellowfin tuna. The American complimented the Mauritian on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took to catch them.

    The Mauritian replied, “only a little while. The American then asked why didn’t he stay out longer and catch more fish? The Mauritian said he had enough to support his family’s immediate needs. The American then asked, “but what do you do with the rest of your time?”

    The Mauritian fisherman said, “I sleep late, fish a little, play with my children, take siestas with my wife, Maria, stroll into the village each evening where I sip wine, and play guitar with my amigos. I have a full and busy life.” The American scoffed, “I am a Harvard MBA and could help you. You should spend more time fishing and with the proceeds, buy a bigger boat. With the proceeds from the bigger boat, you could buy several boats, eventually you would have a fleet of fishing boats. Instead of selling your catch to a middleman you would sell directly to the processor, eventually opening your own cannery. You would control the product, processing, and distribution. You would need to leave this small coastal fishing village and move abroad, to a big city like London, then New York City, where you will run your expanding enterprise.”

    The Mauritian fisherman asked, “But, how long will this all take?”

    To which the American replied, “20-25 years.”

    “But what then?” Asked the Mauritian.

    The American laughed and said, “That’s the best part. When the time is right you would announce an IPO and sell your company stock to the public and become very rich, you would make millions!”

    “Millions – then what?”

    The American said, “Then you would retire. Move to a small coastal fishing village where you would sleep late, fish a little, play with your kids, take siestas with your wife, stroll to the village in the evenings where you could sip wine and play your guitar with your amigos.”

    The Mauritian replied “Isn’t that I’m doing now ??”

    MORALS OF THE STORY
    The trick to having time and money is to pursue time first. What you do with your time can add more value than money does for you — in life. Unlike money, time cannot be multiplied, borrowed, or recovered after you lose it. Time can only be spent. Time once gone never comes back…

  70. Most Likely says:

    $ 888 $

  71. brian fox says:

    Good stuff brother I had to subscribe to this positive news.. big salute to u

  72. Mad Guru says:

    13:43 OMG Most sensible thing I have ever heard.

  73. Oliver Mitevski says:

    What's the difference between boring money and having cash ready to buy when everything is crashing and on discount?

  74. Martin Lõõbas says:

    Appreciated, thanks for taking time for that what most would not feel to be bothered 😉

  75. scottietrippen33 says:

    I am coming on 10 years working at a company making 100k+ now I'm ready to get out of the rat race and create my own work time. I'm one of the best at what I do but it's time to move on! And my vision is to just be happy! Not the best car not the best house! Just live it's time!

  76. ERICLAVA says:

    Gta 5 lookin ass.franklin looking ass heAd ass

  77. Mario W says:

    thanks

  78. Jupiter Eye says:

    Ohhhhh!!! I've been doing it all wrong! What I did is reverse double… you give me 1 mil, I return you 500k.

  79. Go Above and Beyond says:

    Oh Patrick :))) u still selling this MLM shit reading off a prompter?? I would love to quote u on your insurance selling schemes and oh by the way: w. Buffet does tech, he's a major bitcoin investor. Hey, as an iran imigrant, whats your real name, boy?

  80. Johansson Mathew says:

    Me and my friend are starting a snow removal business wish us luck

  81. Ramiz Berisha says:

    I love this video hands down…my question is how do you program your mind to be positive or lift your self or raise the energy if you are getting hit with Psychotronic weapons or REMOTE NEURAL MONITORING 24/7 attacking your thought and your brains

    I want to be a normal person so that I can lift and think and be free of these weapons just like everyone else but how do you become free from these kind of weapons ….Can someone help? Does anyone have an answer? Can you google Remote Neural Monitoring or Psychotronic Weapons and see if you can help Millions of people that are getting targeted every day 24/7 that have NO HELP….Can you explain how can I become free of pain and/or I don't have to get up every morning to these pain and suffering all day long…..I wait for your reply………

  82. Keshawn Brown says:

    Monday Mike Gaddis @ g mail

  83. AVA says:

    The official going green guide to reduce household expenses. http://www.cibasweb.com/index_Eng.html
    Reduce your electric, gas and water consumption, save on cellphone, negotiate your insurance coverage, adjust your entertainment budget, avoid irregular bills and lower the cost of life.

    The best money saving tips, to reduce household expenses, start with the green index, avoid unnecessary expenses and ban irregular bills.

  84. Eric Gatera says:

    Since we were asked to share any thought … I'd say that the 18 Rules are great. Perfect even. Love it. However, Rule 4 & 6 doesn't make sense. Money is not sentient nor a rational being. This anthropomorphic view of these two rules didn't help convey the point. The rest was absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  85. Patrick Tokoli says:

    I always say this guy is great 😍

  86. Naomi D says:

    What they should be teaching me in college but thank you youtube for the free lesson.. forever grateful

  87. joann robinson says:

    Thanks

  88. Julie DeFazio says:

    In the end, it is still about what ROI can you achieve to earn those doubles. Doubles are achieved by the Rule of 72….a steady 8% ROI will double in approximately 9 years. Can you find an investment that is better? At what risk? There is absolutely nothing wrong with what he's saying, but if it were that easy to earn 10 doubles, we'd all be millionaires.

    That said, back to the Rule of 72…if the S&P500 averages 10% (or doubles every ~7 yrs) and your working career is ~42 yrs (20 to 62 or so)…just putting away your first $5k (maybe that you earned cutting grass as a kid!) and just "being the market" would net you $640k. Accelerating that return just once, and you could be a millionaire at retirement. Power of compounding is amazing…time and ROI are the keys.

  89. Chief Louie says:

    When socialist win in 2020, what do we do?

  90. Daniel Candelaria says:

    Anybody want to break this video down , y’all are talking about how good it is,???

  91. Jurgen Kranenburg says:

    i smell sexual frustration.

  92. supersportrsz28 says:

    So you want a married person to keep a money secret from their spouse?  Character, Value, Moral, Trust; all gone with Rule #7.

  93. Johan says:

    Thank you Patrick. I am so behind since I never knew these rules and basics. That's for helping me. I hope to drop by one day to share with you by double game success as a result of you sharing this knowledge and wisdom.

  94. Day Drive says:

    This guy is filthy!

  95. Brian Tran says:

    Awesome

  96. Chewiee2 says:

    Just snapped yuh refreshing and informative do you do train or do classes?

  97. gvr Hdy says:

    Thank you Patrick. Another great video

  98. T O says:

    This guy is wrong

  99. Jerry Martinez says:

    Vlauetainment I understand but what if u dont even have 1000 dollars and starting from the straight bottom

  100. Nero DT says:

    when you get blasted with a 25 minute drill of how to be an entrepreneur, can't help but feel overwhelmed but really stoked about the knowledge feeding into my being.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *