Another obstacle that prevents people is scheduling.
From an early age we had people who explained us how to plan our life, for example, our educational path, but nobody ever explained how to be free, have money … On the contrary, we have made to understand that having money is something bad and untouchable.
When we were young, we almost all looked at cartoons such as “The Simpsons,” the boss of Homer Simpson, the richest citizen of Springfield, he was credited as greedy and wrong.
But let’s move on to another example: “Paperon de Paperoni” the richest in the Disney world sends the same message: he is rich but with a greyed and greedy attitude.
Then the movie “Titanic” that touched the whole world: the actor Billy Zane, who plays the role of Cal Hockley, is the richest but credited as Rose’s beloved evil party, disliked by “almost” everyone.
But let’s go back to us. Thinking at all of these characters, a thought comes to our mind: “If becoming rich means being greedy, selfish and evil, then I don’t want to be rich!” In fact, our beliefs determine our results.
Money is just an amplifier that works by increasing what you already are. It will give you more opportunities, more freedom and more options.
Wealth, on the other hand, is different…
95% of charities in the world are built by wealthy people.
Richness is not the same as money. Wealth is not measured by the size of income. Richness is measured by time.
If all I have under my name is $1,000 but my living expenses are $100 per day, then my fortune is equivalent to 10 days. Richness is the ability to survive a certain number of days in the future, also called CASHFLOW.
Ask yourself: “If I stop working today, how could I survive financially?” Your answer is equal to your wealth at the moment.