Series Post: 4 Foolproof Hacks To Help You Own Your Life #3

What Do You Do To Own Your Life?

Now we are on the third part of the ‘4 Foolproof Hacks To Help You Own Your Life’ series. On the previous post, I elaborated on how to own your life by defining your competition. Now, I would be talking about wealth. But no, I don’t just mean money. I will make this clear that this article is no ‘pros and cons’ of money. I’m talking about wealth.

How sure are you that you can own your life through wealth? Go on and read this.

 

“IT’S ALL ABOUT YOUR WEALTH”

The Myth.

Wealth has been defined in divers ways by the society. Some say money is wealth. Others say health is wealth. And the list just goes on and on and on. People who have a lot of money are referred to as wealthy. Money is conventionally perceived as wealth.

 

The Truth.

Trivia of the day: Do you know that money is only a tool used to acquire wealth? Didn’t see that coming didn’t you? Fact is, wealth is anything that people want to have to make them feel good about themselves, to make them feel comfortable, or to make them feel satisfied. A car is an example of wealth. People want to have a car because it makes traveling convenient.

We only use money to attain wealth. Does the picture seem vague? Here’s another one: what if human beings have magic to produce the things and comforts they desire? You wouldn’t need money anymore when with just one snap of a finger; you can get what you want.

Overflowing paycheck doesn’t necessarily imply that you’re wealthy. You do not have to be living in a 4,000 square feet mansion to be considered as wealthy. Do you have everything you need – good clothing, good house, good car, good job, and a good partner? Then you are already wealthy.

 

The Point.

My point is not about ‘money can’t buy happiness’ crap. Money is not my topic here. What I’m emphasizing is that in order to own your life. You need to get wealth. You need to be wealthy.

Yep, I said it – you NEED wealth. When we all have the comforts that we fancy, then we feel good. When we feel good, we try to maintain that balance. When you maintain that balance, you start to be content but open for more. You lose the need to feel insecure and wore yourself out to gain, gain, and gain.

 

To own wealth is to own your life – no hocus pocus required.

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