How To Be Really Rich Like Suze Orman

Decision fatigue is a well-researched and documented phenomenon which indicates that constant decision-making leads to deterioration of our ability to make good decisions.

So how to be really rich like Suze Orman?

She dreamed of having her own restaurant. Because of her work ethic, few of her customers wanted to support her dream and loaned her $50,000.

Without educating herself on how the risk/return profile of different assets; she handed her money to a broker at Merrill Lynch who invested in options and lost it in a market downturn.

While we may not agree with everything he says, there are nine decades of wisdom buried in Warren Buffett’s quotes.

Suze then went to leverage her social capital. Published books, appeared on CNBC and Oprah. Became a consummate marketing machine managing her own brand.

She now has a personal fortune of approximately $33M, flies on a private jet and lives on an island in the Bahamas with her partner.

If you want to be successful, make sure you focus your energies on leveraging your Human and Social capital as Suze Orman did.

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