In order to gain the level of financial dependence which I desire; I figure, I’ll need to instantly start cutting back and saving money. Eliminating the things I want but don’t need.
I will need to either create sources of income to increase my financial position, then save as a result until there’ a great abundance.
I will need to market the various things I do online by helping educating, coaching,teaching and equipping others with avenues to help them gain financial increases in their lives as I do the same for self.
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Doing these things will certainly aide my challenge to live a comfortable life-style and take nice long vacations on beautiful beaches with the breezy wind blowing ever so gently. 2 months ago
I have struggled for awhile but I am pretty sure I have found the perfect vehicle for this goal and I plan on using it and then not having to work a desk job. I will succeed!!!!! 2 months ago
glad i can see that looking back there was so much i had to do before i became turly financially independent. Wish Id been more proud of those accomplishmenets ( ie paying for car troubles, not having to rely on my dad etc) 2 months ago
fiancially i want 3 months ago
so, it’s not as bad as last time. I have a shitty job that is really low-paid but somehow I’m managing to pay off my debts little by little. It’s still a lot, but mostly bank-loans and not money borrowed from friends, so it’s a relief. 3 months ago
I’m taking a course right now to become a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), which offers better pay. ^^ 3 months ago
I see new system of the 21st century now represents a new generation business roll. This business is similar to ad-words and ad-sense that Google.com provides. I want to learn about marketing and startegy to start doing ” less work more money online” like the rest of the world. 4 months ago
I was able to get a better paying job that I start in a few weeks. I’m going to try to save around $9k per month, which includes my bonuses. This should put me at my goal in around 8 years. 5 months ago
I feel like, for many people, it’s as if childhood has extended into their early to mid-twenties. Parents pay for a good chunk of their living expenses, – sometimes even all of them-, they still live at home, don’t work, etc.
I want to become financially independent far before I necessarily “need” to. I’ll be 19 in a few months, and am already working towards establishing healthy credit, opening my second retirement account, and paying for smaller bills to start out with such as my phone, auto insurance, and renter’s insurance. I’ll start work as a medical record clerk in the meantime for some income, and see where that goes from there.
Wish me luck! 6 months ago