As if you need me to tell you? Fine…
You’re Too Nice
You’re such a great person that when others ask you for help, you dedicate all the time it takes to help them instead of helping yourself achieve a goal.
You’re so honest, Jesus would make you his disciple. You gleam in holy light with epic organ music raising you into the clouds. In other words, you’re less likely to manipulate to your advantage. Rich people lie and manipulate, even if it doesn’t seem that way on the surface.
You’d rather give than take. Giving without expecting anything in return is your thing. Donating when you should be donated to places a mental check mark in the box next to this sentence.
You’d never screw anyone over. Paying minimum wage and hiring illegals instead of benefiting your community has never crossed your mind.
You’re Too Cool
Your hair looks awesome because you care about it so much. Wearing the same clothes every day is a crime and driving the coolest car is more important that actually getting a date.
Admitting you’re wrong is like admitting you’re broke, you have to have an opinion on every subject. You check your phone before you get out of bed, check email on the way to work and tweet while sipping on your morning coffee.
You’re an all-around gadgets guru. New iPhone? Check. What better way to fit in than to have what others have?
Checking your favorite blogs in the morning is second nature. You feel that success will come by doing what everyone else is doing. Every comment must be read and replied to. You’re a people pleaser. Go ahead, leave a comment, you know you want to.
You have too much. There will always be an eternal void that needs to be filled by buying more things. Being satisfied with what you have is never enough. This leads you to adopting new technology and products before the mainstream market.
You’re Too Loyal
Slow and steady wins the race for you. “Being rich” makes you think about retirement days when you’ve done your part and are finally finished with your work load. If getting there takes 35 years of employment at the same place, you’ll be happy to oblige.
Working hard is instilled in your character. After all, all rich people work hard, right? Who wouldn’t say ‘yes’ to a boss’ request for overtime if it means pleasing them and advancing your career?
You’re such a great employee that you’d rather stay in that position as long as possible. 401k is your bread and butter.
You’ve made up your mind on a comment after reading the Jesus line.