They say money makes the world go round. Some people are broke. Some people are rich, and some people, well…they just fake it until they make it. How can you spot who is who? This Ahmed Alomari p/k/a G Money guide will help you spot who the pool stick is in the room full of toothpicks.
Silence Is Golden
Ahmed says, “Very rarely are wealthy people loud and obnoxious; they speak a lot less than we do.” Rarely do they go on and on blabbing information about themselves (especially about money or toys that they have). It’s not that they dislike small chat. They know when to speak and more importantly when to listen and observe. Multimillionaire Investor and Marketing Guru Ahmed Alomari says, “The loudest mouths in the room are usually the poorest. It’s the quiet humble ones that usually have the money as they have nothing to prove.” They fully control their emotions, their words are well thought through almost so to not offend people. If you tell them about your experiences or relationships, they listen and nod enthusiastically instead of saying “I’ve been there and done that” and having an “I know everything” attitude. In short, they cut to the chase because their time is money.
They Take Care of Their Appearance
The elite and wealthy’s hygiene is impeccable. You would be hard pressed to find them smelling bad, having dry skin, split ends, uncut nails, or dressing sloppy. They take pride in their appearance. Smooth skin is a trait of the elite! They have been taking care of themselves for years, and it shows. They often don’t need to wear designer clothes, but their clothes are often customized, well tailored, and neatly pressed! G Money says, “You feel how you look. Being healthy and looking your best physically gives you confidence. Confidence attracts clients and closes deals bringing you more wealth. Make sure you take pride in your appearance because it’s human nature and the people around you WILL judge you!”
Time Is Money
Time moves fast, and we all can’t seem to get enough of it. We always seem to be running behind. Whether it’s school, business, or our relationships, there just never seems to be enough time! Ahmed adds, “The rich have a nest egg and aren’t in any hurry to make that quick buck hustling and bustling. They know how important time is, and they follow their routines: they sleep and wake up on time, make time for daily exercise and take much-needed vacations. They don’t chase money. They instead spend their days wisely seeking out the best ROI on their time so that they may continue to accumulate wealth by letting money essentially come to them. If they lose money, they don’t fret; they get right back to work and the formula that got them rich in the first place.” He also says, “You can always make money back, but you can never make back time!” A characteristic of rich people is they also respect your time. So you will most likely never find them ending up late for a meeting with you.
Music, Dance, Theatre, Books
There is a certain social pressure in the wealthy social circle to be well educated and experienced in the arts. At a young age as kids, they learn music and experience dance and other classical art forms. They play golf and tennis—you know, sports that often require club memberships. They rarely use slang and are well spoken, observing the rules of grammar!
Just because someone pulls up in a fancy car, wears fancy clothes, or constantly name-drops all these famous people that they know doesn’t mean they are rich. These are often people to be weary about. The real wealthy people are usually the quiet ones that are used to nice things so they don’t have anything to prove. Keep that in mind the next time you wonder who the richest person in the room might be.