Chasing Money

The chase starts when you are young and discover what money can purchase, along with how it can change your life. If all you learn at that stage in life is that you need money to enjoy a better life, that’s the first fork in the road. Do you go into the world as a self-starter, creating your own income or do you go into employment, with the hope to be paid what you believe you are worth to achieve your desired lifestyle. Some are lucky to enjoy the Golden Spoon of a Corporate Family, owned by a family that can offer opportunity. For the others, which is most of the population. The chase starts before the sun is up and it never stops.

The Suits will tell you never chase money, create a personality or item that attracts money to you. Honestly. I think it’s the same chase. In the end, meaning when old-age setin and causes an adjustment in your pace of life, you would have what you have. Now the big question: What was the chase for ? The chase of money is to secure you and your lifestyle, financially. To make sure you can live an active, healthy, enjoyable retirement. Not a dependent, stressful, home to home drifting retirement. If you were a member of the F.I.R.E movement ( ) you can understand the importance of planning ahead, it’s ideal to start early enough to take care of your health and plan your lifestyle into old-age. Retirement is not about getting old, it’s about living good into old-age. Retirement is not about getting enough from the Government programs, as not to burden your family. Retirement is about planning, travel, healthy active living and enjoying family. 1-800-519-7760 Kawartha Lakes, Ontario Canada.

Published by peter dopson

Raised by my mother.She taught me to plan with patience and experience to achieve the best results.Dropped out of high school,and returned to finish after a year of working my way across Canada.Took a course in College on social issues to build a better society.Discovered I was wasting my time because I know we are an adaptive creature.What I know is from low end jobs, great relationships and my Library card,which offered shelter and knowledge.