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Wednesday – February 1, 2023
Welcome to today’s edition of the Dumbass Newsletter! This is day 5 of my attempt to send a daily email newsletter. I’m still pushing forward and keeping this thing going…
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How Much Money the Top 1% Earns in Every U.S. State
It’s all about cash flow, folks. The top 1% in every state, they got it figured out. CNBC recently reported the amount of money you need to earn to be in the top 1% in each state. And let me tell you, it varies greatly. But the key takeaway here is that it’s not just about how much you earn, it’s about how much you keep and how you invest it.
Here’s how much money you need to earn to be in the top 1% in every U.S. state
You see, the rich don’t work for money, they make money work for them. And that’s what separates them from the rest. The top 1% understand the power of passive income and smart investing. They’re not just relying on their salary, they’ve got multiple streams of income and a portfolio of assets that generate cash flow for them.
That’s the real secret to financial freedom. So, take a look at those numbers from the CNBC article (linked above) and ask yourself, ‘How can I make my money work for me? How can I create more streams of income?’ That’s the mindset of the rich and it’s never too late to start thinking like one.
Don’t worry if you’re not quite there yet though. 99% of us aren’t there yet either! Contentedness is a virtue that should not be overlooked, as evidenced by this quote from Plato.
“The greatest wealth is to live content with little.” ~ Plato
See more inspirational quotes like this on the Dumb Passive Income Facebook Page
Police Officer Buys A Week’s Worth Of Groceries For Struggling Woman
The kindness of humanity never fails to warm my heart. Just look at this incredible act of compassion by a police officer who saw a struggling woman at the grocery store and made the decision to buy a week’s worth of groceries for her. Such generosity is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope and love. (Read the full story here)
On this day, in 2004…
Who would have thought that the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show would still be causing controversy nearly 20 years later? It was the performance that shocked the world, the infamous ‘wardrobe malfunction’ known as Nipplegate, featuring Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. And yet, all these years later, the events of that night still have the power to raise eyebrows and spark debates. (Read the full story here)
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