How to become wealthy in life

Very few people can deny that having more money would be a good thing for them. To become wealthy in life we have to discover as much as we can about money.

Let’s breakdown what money really is. Money is either numbers in a bank account, investments or bits of paper and bits of metal.

It not the money we want it’s the things money can buy us. We want bigger houses, better holiday, but wait…  is this really what we want?

When we buy these things what we get is emotions, we feel secure, we feel freedom, we feel happy. So what we really want is not the money it is the feelings this money will give us.

Understanding the true goal is your path to wealth

If you have ever bought something new like a new car or a dress how long did you stay happy for? It’s not long before the happiness for those things wears off and you’re off looking for something else to make you feel good.

There is nothing wrong with feeling great in the short term, but what is it that will make you feel good long term.

Not knowing what will give us lasting happiness is why many rich people are not happy and many poor people stay poor.

The rich people will get depressed and unhappy like the rest of us, unless they discover their true path to happiness. Long hours to gain wealth could have lost years with their family, maybe the cost is too high just to get stuff.

The poorer people maybe be unsure of their true path to lasting happiness and their passions lie in money alone as this is deemed to be where happiness sits.

Money is not the answer it is only one of the many things we need to be truly happy. If you target just one goal you could just spend your life chasing the wrong thing.

Become wealthy in every aspect of your life, career, relationships, family, fun, sure make yourself rich, but not at the cost of what is really important to you.



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