Everyone wants more money. Everyone wants to be rich. But in most cases, they don’t know the real reason why. Reality check: If someone will give you P100M right now, what would you do? What would you feel? Are you going to stop working? Will you buy your dream house? Dream car? Will you travel the world?
Having more money shouldn’t be the main goal. It must the the reason behind why you want more money. It’s called purpose.
You should realize this now.
Having more money will allow you to do many things but if you don’t know the purpose of having those money, you may end up bankrupt in the next few years. If you don’t know the reason why you want more money in the first place, sooner than later you’ll lose it.
Many people working hard to have more money. Spend almost all of their time to earn more and have more. But at the back of those “wants” are empty purpose. That’s why they never find happiness and never really become truly rich.
Remember that money is just a tool. If you don’t know where and how to properly use it, it’s dead non-sense.
Ask yourself. What’s your purpose of having more money? What’s the goal?
Knowing your real purpose will definitely give you real happiness and appreciation in life. You should have the goals.
For me, I want to be rich to provide more with my family. To provide better future for my son and my wife. To become free. To use those money in spending quality moments with them. To experience life with them.
Additionally, I want to help other people. Those who are in needs and homeless. That is my dream. That is my goal. My purpose.
Do not just work hard for money. Do not just hustle to make more money. Know your purpose. This applies to financial and other areas of your life. What’s the real reason why you want something? What’s your goal? What’s your purpose?
Why you want this? Or why you want that?
Knowing your why will definitely give you a clear perspective in life. It will make you more certain about life. And again, you’ll find more happiness and appreciation.
I hope this has been provoking. Until next time, cheers!
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