I’d Like to Buy a Vowel?
I write these daily, yet today, nothing super-amazing or exceptional. I’m keeping my commitment of writing daily, and though I missed a day this past Saturday, I’m back at it.
What do you want to invest in? Have you already put your money into something, or are you one who thinks you can’t afford to invest? Have you all in’d on one investment if you have invested money, or did you diversify?
I’m on chance for some things, and I’d like to gather more with certainty. I’d also like to gather more skills, abilities, attitudes, and outlooks.
So many online guides and marketers recommend “invest in yourself,” though I think there could be other ways to learn than multi-hundred or thousand courses. If I ask myself about what courses I want to take, I’m not sure I have a list yet. I know I’m not up for just anything, and though I believe in the value of coaching, where are the boundaries?
One online guide preaches never to get a mortgage and rent instead. I also understand the concept of buying a home to rent it out, yet I’m not sure I want to take on massive debt dependent on another paying my mortgage.
One thing I believe in (for me, not as a recommendation) also is to do the work first and reap the rewards later. If someone offered $50k for me to write a book, I likely wouldn’t. I prefer to write a book I want to write and then accept the spoils for something I’ve already produced.
Some of these things might be why I’m not wealthy yet, though something tells me it’s coming, and by what I’ve done in the past five to seven years. I believe in incubation.
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