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What is the behavior pattern of a person who crawled up from the bottom and became rich?

どん底から這い上がり金持ちに成り上がったた人の行動パターンとは?英語記事
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What is the behavior pattern of people who are rich from the bottom?

I will solve this question.

 

What are the thoughts and behavior patterns of people who have risen from the bottom?

 

By reading this article, everyone will be able to become the shortest and fastest people who are said to be successful, rich, and breakthrough people, regardless of whether they are at the bottom or not. is acquired. This time, I will talk about four people while giving specific examples.

 

■Contents of this article
  • Mr. So Takei Action Pattern Part 1
    Mr. Tsubasa Yozawa Behavior Pattern Part 2
    Mr. Takafumi Horie Behavior Pattern Part 3
    Mr. Takatoshi Maruo Behavioral Pattern Part 4
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So Takei

Do you know So Takei?
Mr. Takei was actually at the bottom.

He is very poor and lives with his older brother, and his father is not at home.

In the process of climbing up, Mr. Takei worked really hard, studied, and continued to be number one in his grade. Thanks to that, instead of paying a single yen for tuition, Mr. Takei was able to aim higher while receiving living expenses by receiving a scholarship.

How to become rich in extreme poverty? ! It’s going to be very successful, but Mr. Takei notices that it’s a process.

 

Mr. Takei is a track and field athlete, and he is the top in Japan in a sport called decathlon. I didn’t have 200,000 yen. Despite being Japan’s top track and field athlete, Mr. Takei’s record has not been surpassed by anyone for decades. Despite this, Takei’s income was almost non-existent.

 

Mr. Takei realizes one thing from this situation…

that is number.

What do you imagine when you hear the number, but this is the value.
How many people will be pleased? “Is it socially valuable?” “How do you improve your own value?” “What would make many people happy?” ・・・・

 

Focusing on that, Mr. Takei began to improve himself…

As a result, Mr. Takei’s monthly income rises to tens of millions of yen.

Behavior pattern part 1

Number → focused on social value!
I chose a job focusing on the social value “number”

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Tsubasa Yozawa

Tsubasa Yozawa has a very strong image of making a lot of money using the Internet, which is said to be an information product. Launched a multi-billion dollar company.

There are a lot of bad images of people who often went bankrupt, but Tsubasa Yozawa raised his assets to over 8 billion yen in just a few years after going bankrupt.

Where did you come up with the crazy reversal idea? “Tsubasa Yozawa is writing a book.” The title of the book is “Power to pull out”. The point Tsubasa Yozawa says in this book is that in order to “get out of the way”, “focus on just one thing!”

Action pattern part 2

Focus on one thing to break through

What Tsubasa Yozawa did in order to earn the seed money needed to turn things around was the power to pull out.

Tsubasa Yozawa honed his trading skills for only three months. Trading is stocks and forex. Today, 56% of the wealthy people in Japan with an annual income of over 100 million yen are traders.

 

Tsubasa Yozawa studied hard for several months.
He read all over the commodities and books. From the state of self-bankruptcy and no money! With the money he desperately collected, he bought a book and studied all day long.

After that, more than half of it was taken by Japanese tax, so I moved to Thailand/Singapore.

The tax to be paid for setting up a local subsidiary at the destination is only a few percent, and even if you have an annual income of 100 million yen, you will only have to pay several million taxes. Mr. Tsubasa Yozawa used this as a base to steadily increase his assets.

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Takafumi Horie

Takafumi Horie, also known as Horiemon.
Mr. Takafumi Horie suffered a great deal in the Livedoor Incident, and his company went bankrupt, personal bankruptcy, and was full of debts, and he was arrested.

Did you know that while Takafumi Horie was arrested, his income increased steadily while he was in prison?

We will continue to post from various places such as Twitter and Facebook. In other words, I realized that what Takafumi Horie had in his head was the source of value itself.”

 

 

While in prison, Takafumi Horie used the Internet to further refine his branding.

 

He came out of prison with a monthly income of about 50 million yen. A great reversal from the bottom of hell that can sell even if you write a book. Takafumi Horie says he was betrayed by many people.

People who supported what they were doing suddenly left at the time of the Livedoor incident and had a terrible experience, saying that everyone is a liar.

How did you come to be in such a situation? Always look ahead and enjoy the moment. I’m saying.

If anything falls to the bottom for minus, I will focus on the dark world of minus.

In fact, many such people have come and athletes around the world have gone bankrupt. Most of them are drugs. The reason why I became like that was because I was stressed out. In order to somehow escape my mind and body, I escaped to medicine.

 

However, Takafumi Horie doesn’t focus on the future, nor on the past. Instead, he asks, “What can I do now?” We succeeded by spreading it in a convenient way and creating a system where everyone can pay for it.

Behavior pattern part 3

Enjoy the present moment without focusing on the past or future

 

 

Takatoshi Maruo (Bali’s big brother)

Lastly, Takatoshi Maruo, who lives in Bali.

He has been without his parents since he was little. he is alone I had an older brother, but I had trouble eating since I was in kindergarten.

“How can I get food?” “How can I get money?” “How can I escape from this loneliness?” Did.

 

Earn your own food support. I became a sole proprietor since I was in the lower grades of elementary school! Takatoshi Maruo climbed out of such a situation, and some decades ago, when the world was in the bubble era, Takatoshi Maruo became the proponent of discotheques in various places, including Namba in Osaka.

Takatoshi Maruo learned various fronts and backs of the world, how money moves, human relationships, and how to avoid making enemies while setting up a disco with all his might.

 

Behavior pattern part 4

make no enemies

 

 

After this, Takatoshi Maruo will travel around the world based on the money he has saved. At that time, I arrived in Bali. When I thought about what to do in Bali, he had the experience and memories of helping people when he was in trouble, so he would help people if they were in trouble. I thought.

 

As I lent more and more money to people in need, I ran out of money.

However, at that time, I played ring toss on the roadside in Bali. I wanted to do something with the money I saved, so I lent it to someone who was having a little trouble.

He couldn’t pay me back, so he brought me a deed, even though it was nothing but hopeless land. This was the land of Kuta in the middle of the downtown area of ​​Bali today.

A world-famous hotel company, which was in the process of acquiring the land that I had originally bought, including all the land on both sides, came to buy Mr. Maruo’s land.

Suddenly, it became dozens of times, 80 times. Mr. Maruo thought that the land in Bali might be raised in the future, so he became a landlord.

 

Mr. Maruo

Time is money and mercy will eventually become a fortress to protect you

So if someone is in trouble, I will go to the root and help them.

At the same time, “time is money” and “what will bring value in the future, what will create value that many people need in society?”

lastly

This time, please refer to these 4 people who crawled up from the bottom and made a big comeback, and become rich in the shortest and fastest way.

I would be happy if you could refer to it even a little.

Thank you for reading to the end.

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