Freedom

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What would you do if money was not an issue?

How would you spend your time?

How would you spend that endless amount of money?

I believe achieving freedom starts with pondering those questions…

bob ferngren dreamsThose questions immediately begin to alter your thinking, adjusting your world view and challenging your status quo.

In order to get on a path of freedom, I had to face those questions, and they are much tougher than you first thought, because with freedom comes responsibility.

Unless you had incredible parents or were born into wealth, nothing in life prepares you for being free.

Everything in life prepares you to be in compliance

Go to school… pass to the next grade… eventually move on to the next level… preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, high school, maybe college or tech school…

Every step in that journey was about compliance and passing.

I’m almost 100% sure you have never taken classes in that journey on “living life on your terms,”  debt freedom, finding your purpose, having money work for you… (all of those lead to freedom).

Then you got a job (or had jobs)… more compliance… fulfill the job description, keep the job (in good times)… work harder to get the review and 3% raise… nothing wrong with having a job, I’m just illustrating… it’s compliance not freedom.

So the path to freedom (living life on your terms and fulfilling your purpose), was never taught and rarely modeled for us.

If you want freedom

You have to start asking yourself some questions like:

  • What would I do if money wasn’t an issue?
  • How would I spend my time if finances were not a concern?
  • Where would I spend that endless supply of income?

Or… be compliant.

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