Why a 3 Legged Stool Can Create Financial Freedom
This 3 legged stool represents The Law of 3. This law says that there are 3 legs to the stool of financial freedom savings, insurance and investments.
This is how you build a financial fortress around yourself over time. You can create
Many people believe this is the safest way over time to become wealthy. Most people will have a hard time saving money because as soon as they want something they usually can’t resist the urge to spend it. A new way I am looking at money and you should too is save money and only spend that money on something that will create your financial fortress.
Get insurance for anything you can’t pay for out of your bank account at that very moment. That is the way you should look at insurance. You can even get insurance for your cell phones for a few dollars a month. The amount of money cell phones cost it’s worth it to have cell phone insurance, it’s to protect yourself for all emergencies.
Your financial goal should be when your investments are producing more money than you make working your job. Your financial strategy should be to save and invest throughout your lifetime. Imagine how awesome it will be when your investments are paying you more money than your job.
Financial Freedom Laws
I was inspired to write about The Law of 3 when I listened to The 21 Absolute Unbreakable Laws of Money. I highly recommend listening to this audio. Below I listed some other laws I have written to help you with your mindset about money.
Rich Thinking Tip 1 – The Law of Cause and Effect
Rich Thinking Tip 2 – The Law of Belief
Rich Thinking Tip 3 – The Law of Expectation
Rich Thinking Tip 4 – The Law of Attraction
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