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How to Get Rich

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3. "The third condition is the exchange known, legally and in business practice, as 'fair exchange.' One takes in orders and money and delivers exactly what has been ordered."
-- L. Ron Hubbard

Most successful companies and individuals use this principle. For example, you pay for a dozen fresh eggs and you get a dozen fresh eggs. You hire a repair shop to fix your car and you get a working car.

When you do exactly as you promise, you give a fair exchange. For example, you agree to paint a room for $150. You then paint the room as promised and earn $150.

If you are in this third condition, you make an acceptable income. If you own or manage a business, it does fine. You earn enough money to live a comfortable life, but you still do not get rich.

 

4. "The fourth condition of exchange is not common but could be called exchange in abundance. Here one does not give two for one or free service but gives something more valuable than money was received for." "This fourth principle above is almost unknown in business or the arts. Yet it is the key to howling success and expansion." -- L. Ron Hubbard

Individuals and businesses who use this fourth method of exchange flourish, even during a bad economy!

For example, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates gave people much, MUCH more than they expected. Customers still buy Apple or Microsoft products and find they can do things they never thought possible. It's almost magical and it has made thousands of people rich.

 

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