Wednesday, September 18

5 Things You Should NEVER Say To Rich People

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There are 5 things I would advise you not to say to Rich people. Especially if you want to appear on their level without giving away any of your authority to them.

Some of the things I’m going to mention to you people say all the time. 

But, if you want to blend in with the rich, feel comfortable around them while at the same time be that likable woman, there are a few things I think you should think about….

New video today on my Youtube channel!

It’s been a highly requested post to talk about conversation topics with the rich. So I thought of sharing with you today the most taboo topics to stay away from!


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Don't say this to rich people

Quick summary:

  1. Don’t ask “What do you do?”
  2. Never say things to impress rich people to pretend you’re on their level
  3. Don’t be curious about their money or possessions
  4. Never talk about your own money or possessions in a negative way
  5. Don’t say “nice to meet you”

To fully understand what I mean with each and every point, make sure to watch the video until the end.

Don't say this to rich people

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Anna Bey is the founder of JetsetBabe and School of Affluence - and online educational platform helping women achieve elegance and get an affluent life. Visit SchoolOfAffluence.com for more info! P.S Don't miss her Youtube channel & Instagram.

5 Comments

  1. Twalla Stephens on

    I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth. I seen my father do business. I am very wealthy and rich. I don’t mind any of those things. My father never seemed to mind.

    The thing is that we are Business People that is the best way to get sales. Period. I don’t know about other rich people but I just don’t.

  2. “I seen my father…”
    I’m sorry, but I always assumed rich people spoke properly (“I saw my father” or “I’ve seen my father”. That last sentence threw me as well.
    Maybe it’s only TV rich people who know how to talk properly. I don’t know anyone rich so I can’t speak from experience.

    • @ME Lol I was thinking the same! Rich people typically speak properly because they’re afforded a top notch education and good upbringing. Maybe she was “comfortable” growing up, but I don’t know about being born with a “silver spoon.” I honestly thought the last sentence was going to be her saying that she was reciting her affirmations for her law of attraction work, lol.

  3. I think real elegant ladies should never try to depreciate others, specially on such petty issue. Don’t forget the law of attraction by just being mean to others it’s what you attract to yourselves.

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