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To many ,getting married to a rich spouse is a dream come true.Come to think of it ,who doesn’t love a lavish lifestyle,that luxury feeling and worry not mind for what you want to wear or eat.Living in a big house and driving flashy cars.Well don’t sweat it as there are few steps you can take to achieve your dreams.See belowRead Also: Men!See Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Get Married Before Age 30
An Anonymous user wrote:
I’m a rich woman, so I think I’m qualified to answer this.
There’s a difference between rich and super rich. Several people on this thread are talking about super rich women in the top 1/10th of 1% of all Americans. It is rare to meet anyone in this class unless you work for them or you run in the same circles.
The top 20% of people living in the world qualify as rich, with a minimum net worth of $1.2 million. To be in the top 0.9% it takes $10 million. A lot of that is simply from owning small businesses, being a high income earner, or inheriting (often a combination of all three). Your best chance of being rich is having wealthy educated parents who pay for your college and encourage you to succeed.
So, if you want to marry a millionaire woman, start by going to college and befriending a motivated smart 19-year-old from a highly successful family. After several years, she’s likely to achieve that level too.
Myths people believe:
- Myth 1: Women only marry up financially. (I know plenty of high-flying self-made millionaire women in happy marriages with normal guys. I married a wonderful guy who doesn’t have the kind of money I do.)
- Myth 2: You have to be handsome to marry a rich woman. (Sorry, guys. It’s your character not your looks. Handsome dudes are a dime a dozen.)
- Myth 3: We rich girls spend all day wearing beautiful dresses and leaning against furniture. It will be easy to spot us. (Nope, most guys look right past me in my blue jeans and t-shirts. I’m completely invisible when I’m driving my old pickup truck. Who cares? I don’t dress to please you.)
- Myth 4: We inherited it — and are stupid, shallow, and gullible. (No—and no, no, no. Sorry guys, we earned it and for you to pretend that we’ll be impressed by your superficial adjustments (a “sculpted” body) is humorous.)