In my 20s I spent money to:
• Buy liabilities
• Satisfy my impatience
I ended up broke and miserable.
Here are 7 habits that took me from negative net worth to mid 5 figures. (on my way to 6)
Save this if you want to be financially free in your 30s, not your 60s:
Money shouldn’t only be saved and invested.
Spend it to improve your:
• And emotional health
Need a shrink? See one.
Need to get fit? Go to the gym.
Need peace? Go to the spa.
There's no point being wealthy if you're not healthy.
Multiply your money
Make money work harder than you.
Invest your income into:
• Dividend ETFs
• Covered call ETFs
Find a way to make money in your sleep.
Use money to level up
Life is a game.
And if you want to win buy cheat codes.
Spend money on:
Buy knowledge to achieve financial freedom 10x faster than your competition.
In your final moments on earth, you'll care less about what you owned and more about what you did.
• Find a hobby
• Enjoy date nights
Spend money to create moments that give your life meaning.
Happiness comes from giving.
You'll never regret:
• Helping the homeless
• Leaving a generous tip
• Buying groceries for a single parent
Money empowers you to put smiles on people's faces.
Impress your future self
Your present decisions determine the life you'll live 5 years from now.
• Work while they play
• Study while they party
• Invest while they splurge
Enjoy the journey.
But make small sacrifices that will make your future self proud.
Don't let net worth define you
People live like they have their net worth pasted on their foreheads.
But money is just a tool.
Don't let it become your master.
You're worth more than the dollars in your bank account.
7 money habits that turn boys into men:
• Serve others
• Experience life
• Spend intentionally
• Multiply your money
• Use money to level up
• Impress your future self
• Don't let net worth define you
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