How would you like to be a millionaire? Just to have a couple extra zeros chillin’ in your bank account?
I think it’s safe to say a good percentage of us want to be rich, given that most relationship problems stem from money issues and the average American household has about $7,000 in debt. It’s a problem with little to not end in sight, especially with student loans at their highest in history and the cost of living being as high as it is.
However, what we don’t realise is that we have all the power.
A lot of the time, we’re convinced that it’s someone else’s fault that we’re not more financially sound, simply because it is easier to blame someone else than take responsibility.
- I don’t make enough because my boss won’t give me a promotion.
- The economy is bad, I can’t find a better job.
- This is better than nothing. I’d rather work for scraps then not have anything.
This self-deprecating thought is the exact thing that it holding you back.
Our society, especially with the aid of millennials, is coming around to the idea of having different sources of income. Not having to be stuck at a desk from 9-5 is appealing for many my age and above, the idea of being your own boss something of a pipe dream, but a dream nonetheless.
Anyway, enough of the rant, how about that mill’?