Have you ever felt like you were stuck in a hamster wheel, going through the motions of life without any real direction or purpose? I've been there. But then, something clicked...
I realized that I didn't have to live my life like everyone else.
I didn't have to be a slave to societal norms or expectations. I could break free and escape normal behavior.
So, what did that look like for me?
Well, for starters,
I never let anyone else's thoughts about me steer my ship.
I realized that perfection does not exist and that living a "showy" life leads to one thing and one thing only...bad debt.
I stopped working for every dollar and started focusing on how I could use my time and resources to live a life on my own terms.
And you know what? It's been pretty amazing.
Now let me take a step back here and say...we all make mistakes and have challenges to overcome. That's a simple part of life. However, when we choose to embrace failure rather than fear it, we see that there's always a lesson to be learned from every setback.
I also started thinking about my "Why."
What's my purpose in life?
What do I really want to achieve?
And for me, it all came down to two things:
1. Spending more time with my family and
2. Helping others do the same.
That's where real estate comes in. I use it as my conduit to financial freedom.
I invest in properties that generate passive income, so I don't have to work for every dollar. And with that financial freedom, I can focus on what really matters to me. Those 2 big things up above: spending time with my loved ones and helping others achieve the same.
Now, I'm not saying that real estate is the answer for everyone. It just happens to be my thing. But the point is, when you have a purpose and you invest in it intentionally, you can create a life that's truly fulfilling.
So, are you living YOUR life, or someone else's?
Are you building purposefully, or just going through the motions?
If you're not happy with where you're at, it's time to make a change.
Drum up the life you want, and then invest for it.
Trust me, it's worth it.
Signing off for now,