So many times, in fact, I already lose counts how many times I don’t know what to write. Of course there are many hot topics to review, discuss and writes but which ones worth it? It’s a matter of what topic standout among others. Yes, and there my problem is.

I’m not afraid to not having topics but instead I’m afraid that I lost in those topics that doesn’t really worth it to post.

Recently, I make summary of what I want get in lets say 10 years from now. A Luxury Apartment and A high-price car. Working at companies will get me 300 years to get both of them at USD 1,500 saving per month. I compare CEO’s salary and a Success YouTuber, guess what, YouTuber wins with a net worth of USD 12,000,000.

I never thought about this. Not about my work at companies, its about how I can have a leverage over that 300 years to fulfill my dreams. The day job at companies, I never thought much about the money because I satisfied with any of it, but working at companies its just much of working my skills to achieve the companies’ goals, and of course getting fixed income of it, and getting acknowledged by your boss and other fellow workers is the best feeling in the world.

I agree with some people saying that money is not a problem, its just a way to show scores. {click to tweet} I like when my scores up, it doesn’t bring me happiness but at least I’m not crying alone, if i want to. I can “buy” people to listen to my sadness, without thinking if they are fakes.

Sometimes, I feel like I am in the intersections, choosing the Fixed Income path, or Variable but Potentially Amazing Income path. The first one, I sharpen my blade and I will be all right, but the last one, its totally new. Do we accept challenges over stability?

Or maybe we can choose something risky or manageable risk such as lottery, gambling, foreign exchange or stocks transactions.

I would appreciate your opinion about this matter, so that we can learn from each other better to live this life abundantly!

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