Financial Freedom or Servitude?

Jack Butcher (@jackbutcher) had a quick little tweet the other day that simply said:

Financial servitude:
Earn, spend.

Financial freedom:
Earn, invest, earn, spend.

And I can’t think of a more concise way to sum it up.
However, for those of you that want something a little more long-form, here it is:

When you live paycheck to paycheck you fall slave to lenders and employers. You are constantly serving someone else, your bank, your boss, and even your things (especially if they’re financed). Most of us are familiar with this cycle. We get paid. Yay! We spend it. Woo. This cycle repeats for 12 months, and at the end of the year we are exactly where we started: counting down to the next payday.

And here’s the harsh reality: No one is coming to save you.

In fact, lots of businesses make most of their profit off of people in this cycle.

So it’s up to you to break out of the system. Take back ownership of your choices and begin to make some new moves. Stop spending. Start investing. Start earning. Change the flow of your money.

If you’re looking for resources to help change your position consider following me on Twitter.

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