The Big Why


Reasons may vary, but we all want to be rich. Mine is financial freedom. I want to spend my 20s figuring out money so I will never have to think about money ever again. Why should I? Surely, there are more important things to think about. Rather than worrying when the next paycheck will arrive, paying bills on time, or budgeting, I would much prefer being in the moment and enjoying life.

At the time of this post, I just turned 26. I’m spending a lot of time on my financial education — reading books and financial blogs, attending seminars, and even starting a network marketing
business. Needless to say, there are a lot more things to learn and even more things to unlearn.

This blog is not meant to dole out any financial advice, as I am still a long way away from my goal. It is merely a documentation of the things that will work out and identifying things that won’t.

On a final note, my adventure towards financial freedom is greatly inspired by Robert Kiyosaki books. I wish to leverage on the wisdom of his Rich Dad philosophy. Then maybe, just maybe, I’ll be just as succesful and never have to think about money ever again.

4 thoughts on “The Big Why

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