How to Achieve Financial Freedom

14 Oct 2022

Financial freedom means you have the ability to live your life without worrying about being tied down by monetary limitations, relying on an emergency fund, or worrying about money in general.
How to achieve financial freedom and accumulate wealth, become happier, and achieve financial independence in the years ahead.

Part of becoming rich and achieving financial freedom involves thinking positively about money. Thinking negatively about money is an emotional thought that having more money leads to evil or that money can’t buy you happiness.
When you begin thinking positively about money, you will attract opportunities, strive to make it, and open up more doors than you ever thought possible.

Set financial goals for yourself. Rewrite and review your goals on paper every day and think of how you could accomplish them. This will take you between five and ten minutes.
The very act of writing and rewriting your goals, and thinking about them each morning before you start off, will increase your chances of accomplishing them.

Plan every day in advance and stick to it. You will find yourself with better focus and a greater sense of self-control and personal power when you work from a list.
When you plan every day in advance you will be better able to control and track your spending habits as well.
From there, put as much as you’ve allocated into a savings account, some into an emergency fund, some aside for normal bills and paying off any student loan debt you may have, and maybe even consider budgeting for investing money in the stock market.

The things you focus the most on and spend the most time doing should be in direct alignment with your financial goals. Spend your time focused on what will make you the most money.
You can become one of the most knowledgeable and most skilled people in your profession.
Purchase courses on how to better yourself

Money is essential to our lives in society. It is also neutral. It is neither good nor bad.
It is only the way that it is acquired and the uses to which it is put that determines whether it is helpful or hurtful.
Be grateful for the good things in your life. When you’re plagued by money worries and financial uncertainty, you can take a moment to appreciate a close relationship, the beauty of a sunset, or the love of a pet.

Take Action:
First, recognize and accept that virtually everyone who has money today at one time was broke and probably broke for a long time.
Then they learned the skills of accumulating money and they are now financially independent.
Whatever they have done, you can probably do as well.

Second, become a student of money from this day forward.
Study it, learn about it and apply the lessons you discover toward your own financial life until you begin to attract more and more money in your direction.


[1] BULB, 'Write to Earn. Read to Earn' (online, 2022) <>


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