To Become Rich, You Only Need To Do Three Things
This article is posted under Personal Finance.
I’ve been writing in this blog for almost six years now.
And if I were to summarize all the articles here, then I’d only need three sentences to do so.
Personal finance and the journey towards financial freedom is not a complicated undertaking.
It’s a straightforward, three-step process, that everyone can do with enough determination and discipline.
And thus presenting, the three things that you only need to do if you want to become rich and financially free.
1. Spend less than what you earn
You can achieve this by paying yourself first, living a frugal life, and creating multiple sources of income.
2. Protect yourself and your assets
You can achieve this by saving up for an emergency fund, getting life and health insurance for yourself and non-life insurance for your assets.
3. Grow your wealth by investing and creating passive income
You can achieve this by building an investment portfolio, acquiring income generating assets and starting a business.
And that’s it! Simple enough, right Keanu?
I know these three things are not easy, and there’s no quick way to accomplish them.
That’s why you need to subscribe to Ready To Be Rich below, because I’d like to help and be with you in your journey towards financial freedom.
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