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What will you choose? Financial Security or Financial Freedom?

Many says that money is the root of all evil. Yes it is true if it is used in bad ways and if you spend your life working for it and running for it to the point that you forget other important things. It doesn't have to be that way. Nowadays, poverty is widely spreading. And admit it or not, one of the most reason people say is that "they don't have money", "they lack money", "money is problem", etc. etc. During our Special Project in college, our problem as a group is that we lack funds to build our project, our researches and so our adviser told us. "Money is not a problem, it is actually a solution."

See, people don't have to spend half of their lives working for money. There are more important things than money however money, admit it or not, is a tool people need to do important things but that doesn't mean people have to work and think of it as a problem for how many years. Let the money work for you.

So what will you choose? Financial freedom or financial security? When a person stays on the same job with low pay and he is not happy with it but still remains there. He chooses financial security. Why? Because the fact that he isn't happy with his job at all should lead him to resigning but instead, he stays. He is afraid of going outside and doing another thing he wants. He is afraid so he chooses to stay and just feel secure that in every 15th and 30th day of the month, he still receives his salary. He's afraid to risk the low salary his receiving so he stays and tries hard to be contented even if deep inside, he's not.

Financial freedom is when, you're happy. It doesn't really says that you have to be very rich but yes, very rich people are financially free. Even middle-class people can be financially free. When a person is financially free, it means, he doesn't think about money anymore. He just do more important things like sharing love, serving church, helping people, and staying happy.  Aside from that, being financially free also means you are financially secured but being financially secured doesn't mean you are financially free, you are just plain financially secured and not free.

Anyways, enough about that all business talks, here are the three books that really inspired me. They are not just about plain making your way to being financially free but they are also inspirational books which are great for personal development.

Bo Sanchez's Turning Thoughts to Things: The Law of Harvest



Bo Sanchez's My Maids Invest in the Stock Market



Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad


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