Imagine what it would be like to know with absolute certainty that no matter what happens in your career, the economy, stock markets, global finance or real estate, you’ll be able to have sustainable wealth for the rest of your life?
But what does it really mean to have sustainable wealth?
By “sustainable,” we’re not talking about merely accumulating and saving money. We are talking about creating something that is truly greater. In fact, it’s not just a matter of money. It's having a lot of capital and assets, not just a lot of earned income. Many people earn a lot of money but they do not stay wealthy. For true sustainable wealth, the income must be generative and not achieved by actively working hard for it.
You have to be able to have money to generate sustainable wealth. But having a lot of money is not enough by itself. For sustainable wealth, you must be able to work with your money and allow it to generate more money and different possibilities for you. And it doesn't matter how much money you have or when you start, as long as you start.
The target is not just simply to work hard to accumulate a lot of money and to save, but to expanded your ability to allow your money to work for you and generate more, without you working actively for it.
Therefore, to have sustainable wealth, you must get yourself into a position where you have your capital, your assets and your money in a sustainable investments portfolio that keeps expanding your Net Worth and gives you a reliable generative income without you having to trade your time for it.
The reality is if you’re going to have sustainable wealth, you have to stop functioning from a linear perspective of trading your time for money.
You have to expand your ability to allow your money to work for you with ease. This will give you an enormous edge because you will have awareness of multiple possibilities. There are many ways to do this, so educate yourself about the options and possibilities, and start.