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Figuring Out Your Brain Type to Succeed Financially

A lot of people want to succeed financially. But they have natural limitations that keep them from doing so. If you know the brain types of people who do succeed financially, you can learn from them, and imitate them to a certain degree. Myers-Briggs believe that we can never change our brain type, but we can develop it to become slightly more balanced and effective.

The four kinds of brains that make the most wealth are the ENTJ, ESTJ, INTP, and ENTP. The average human is an ESFJ. A practical, friendly, observant, and skeptical person. The easiest way that the Average Joe or Mary can become wealthy is by learning from an INTP or an ENTP, the smarter and more intellectual cousins      of the ESFJ. This frequently occurs when you get a college education. The complement brain of the ESFJ is the INTP, the innovative and clever scientist. ESFJ’s who practice programming, independent thinking, and reading will have a greater chance of becoming wealthy.

Developing discipline is crucial to becoming wealthy. People who are poor share several things in common. They like pleasure. They are selfish. They do not test what they hear. They demand and expect handouts. They go into debt frequently. They are generally mean and ungrateful.

People who are wealthy share the following brain traits. They like to suffer. They are generous. They always test what they hear. They give and do not receive handouts. They lend frequently. They are generally kind and grateful.

Becoming wealthy may seem like a high and challenging road. But it is something that we can all work toward. There are many people who have succeeded, and studying their lives will yield the missing ingredients to your financial situation.

Warren Buffett, a billionaire who built the gigantic investment company Berkshire Hathaway, summarized his investment philosophy as avoiding what others love while loving what others avoid.

Martin Lustgarten wants to help you succeed on the road to wealth. There are relatively few people who make it big. That is because becoming wealthy is the result of your natural abilities, choices, and your environment. Martin Lustgarten wants to help guide your choices and environment so that you can become more successful.

You can contact Martin Lustgarten at his Linked In account. He looks forward to hearing from you.

 

Sanjay Shah Uses Entertainment to Raise Autism Awareness

While there are many causes worth championing, some get a little more attention than others. Autism Spectrum Disorder is one of the more well known medical conditions in need of funding in order for research to continue, and that happens best when more people are aware of what it actually is.

One person working to spread the word is financier Sanjay Shah Denmark. During April, which unsurprisingly is Autism Awareness month, Shah puts on Autism Rocks Festival, which is a family friendly concert that features big names in music like Flo Rida and Tyga in an effort to raise research funds for a disorder that many have heard of but few actually understand.

The idea of raising awareness with a concert came from Sanjay and his wife Usha decided they had a commitment to making autism a bit more known in the world for the sake of the many families who have to deal with it after discovering the disorder had come close to their own family.

While there are many options of support for parents with disabled children, Usha and Sanjay found that Nikhil, their autistic son, had few options of support in the greater world. In order to change that and develop treatment options that parents can access in the future for their children research would be needed.

Since 2014, Autism Rocks has raised more than £600,000 from venues in Dubai and London. They’ve made efforts to draw larger crowds and make families feel welcome, especially those with autistic children by offering inflatable rides, food, face painting and a petting zoo.

About Sanjay Shah:

Sanjay Shah is a investor who reached international prominence in 2011 when he bet against European debt markets, betting $19 million in profit in the process. It’s exemplary of his understanding of finance after walking away from a medical career.

After lasting a short while in medicine, Shah eventually began work as an accountant with Morgan Stanley before going on to expand his resume in this field with Credit Suisse and Merrill Lynch. While a career with this well known entities in finance they were but a stepping stone for Shah who went on to found his own brokerage company that helped him increase his personal wealth to an impressive $280 million.

Though a successful career in finance has put him on the map, a great portion of Shah’s life has been spent looking after the less fortunate. Though various charities, Shah has made a difference in the lives of many, including underprivileged children in India and those suffering from autism.

 

Find out more about Sanjay Shah:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanjay_Shah_(businessman)