Why you should make money work for you?

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By: MJ Gonzales | Executive Chronicles

If you are get accustomed to believe in the idea that you need to work for money, you are may be losing opportunities in life. Work and money are two interconnected aspects, but totally different.  If you find ways how money work for you, you’ll see the changes and understand why some individuals guilt-free enjoy non-monetary activities.

Perhaps you already read tips about how to build business, how to do leveraging, what’s compounding, and where to invest your hard-earned money. If you’re still wondering why you should try legal and smart money-making schemes now, here are few motivational reminders for you:

Because you’re not forever young and employee.  If you’re a fresh grad, it’s understandable that you should work for money. You can’t invest, create monetary funds, establish business, and make your dream vacation a reality without money.  However if you’re adamant that you can always work to have money, then it’s like you’re telling yourself  that your life is about being employee.  Someday you can’t work anymore, but you’re still paying bills.

Because you deserved wonderful things in life.  Notice how time flies? Achieving your dreams like house, car, travel, and even birthday party is not always about timing. You can set the right time for any of those when you’re money work for you. Your’re confident that you can spend money without guilt.  Imagine this, you’re paying your house loan with the dividend you get from your shares in the stock market.

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Because you don’t want to miss once in a lifetime opportunities.  We often hear the cliché “things happen when you don’t expect it.” This is not always about emergencies, but also about the opportunities you can get if you only have the financial resources. What if your favorite international music icon, finally stage a big concert in the country. Paying for Php 10,000 worth VIP concert ticket is not an issue if you can easily recover it with your multiple income streams.