The Wealth Pattern

The Framework for Infinite Wealth

Jesse Young El
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NOTE: This post is part of a series.
If you haven't read
Why They Are Rich (And why you are not)
do that first.

This Wealth Pattern has a lot going for it:

- It's inspiring and motivating.

- It's an easy mantra to remember whenever you hit a roadblock and need to refocus.

- It may even make an excellent hook for a rap song (because it rhymes).

This is because "Make > Keep > Multiply > Repeat" is the core part of our financial framework.

A set of steps based on the cycle of how money moves when a person is building wealth.

It makes the process a lot easier to digest.

We'll talk more about the complete framework in a second.

But first, let's do a brief overview of Make > Keep > Multiply > Repeat.

Make Money:

There are two ways to make money: The wealthy way and the non-wealthy way.
Ask yourself:

Do you work for money, or does your money work for you?

In other words, do you have to put time in energy into something for you to make money?

Or does the money flow into your bank account even while you sleep?

As you work through the Wealth Pattern, you become aware of how you make money and begin striving to make money the wealthy way.


Don't let this discourage you if you make money the non-wealthy way (The Poor Pattern).

Never lose sight of the fact that everyone needs income first.

The point here is to simply become aware that there is a better way to make money.

The reality is, you have to start where you are and work your way towards your goal.

Keep Money:

You may have heard the saying:

It's not how much you make.
It's how much you keep.

Keeping money requires being smart and minimizing money wasted on fees, overspending, and bad investments.

We can't stress enough how vital this process of keeping money is.

You cannot possibly build wealth without mastering the art of Keeping Money.

Multiply Money:

Money can grow on trees.

You just need to know how to plant and water it correctly.

That means knowing when, where, and how to invest to generate passive income regardless if you work or not.

When it comes to building wealth, Multiplying Money is the first thought that comes to mind, i.e., investing, IRA's, and currency exchanges.

But theirs some more practical and crucial sides of Multiplying Money that 99% of people overlook -- which is why only 1% are truly wealthy.


The magic happens when you know how to do routine audits of your money and start the process over and over and over again.
With each cycle, you see your money growing two and threefolds over (sometimes exponentially).
Understanding that building wealth is not a one-time event but an ongoing cycle is key.
But once it's time to start building wealth, you need more practical instructions to go by -- instructions that are more actionable with step-by-step details.

You need the complete framework.

You need the same framework the wealthy live and die by.

We call it the Fatter Wads Framework.

As the name suggests, following this framework will bring you fatter money wads in your pockets.

Once you get a good idea of how the wealth money cycle works, then Fatter Wads Framework is the next step for you to begin building wealth.

We'll go deeper into the actual four stages in the cycle later on.

But for now, we want you to understand the difference between the framework and the formula to put the framework to use.

Simply knowing, Make, Keep, Multiply, Repeat will only get you so far.

  • How do I make money?
  • Wasn't I already making money?
  • How do I make MORE money?
  • Aren't I already keeping money when I get paid?
  • How do I multiply money?
  • Does multiply mean invest or get another paycheck?

. . . The list can go on and on.

These questions will become clear once you have the Fatter Wads Framework.

It'll teach you:

  • how to make money
  • what to do with the money when you get it
  • how to keep more of your money
  • how to structure your money, so it multiplies and
  • how to move your money, so the cycle repeats

And best of all, the Fatter Wads Framework works for you rather you make a low income or half a million dollars per year.

If you want to learn more about the framework, you'll want to check this out.



At this point, it's extra important to commit the "Make. Keep. Multiply. Repeat" core framework to memory.

This way, as we work through the formula in the future, you'll be able to follow along easily. . . .


Now let's dig into the first secret of the wealthy.