How much are you willing to sacrifice for wealth?
When I say wealth I mean net worth.
The only thing I would sacrifice for wealth is bad habits.
I would not give anything good about myself or my life to increase my net worth. Why give up joy, peace, the inner harmony of being true to who I am and loving towards others, the eternal gifts of wisdom, ecstasy, and bliss - all of the Divine gifts given to a human life - for money?
I'll sacrifice sleep to work long hours to get wealthy. I'll sacrifice a portion of my income to get a return. I'd sacrifice that return for another one until I'm as wealthy as I care to be.
I truly wish you the best. Your approach didn't work for me: Lack of sleep led to exhaustion and illness, and everything spiraled from there. For a different approach, check out my hub Retirement Planning 101.
I'm saving up for retirement at 22. I'll read your hub for sure.
Been doing this for yrs:wake up everyday at 4 am s & get more done by 8 am than most. I make breakfast, take my kids to school & work till 3. I get the same amt of sleep but more productive because I'm less distracted. Early bird catches th
Great LiveLife - I'm glad you discovered that you can sleep less and stay healthy!
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