A Simple Word for the Wise

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True parenting world wide showcases parents always yelling “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” Why? Because if anything happens, eggs being fragile, you may end up losing all.  As we grow older, good financial advisors that you pay to guide you into making right financial decisions, will always tell you “Spread the risk” Meaning? There is no certainty to anything, so don’t put all your resources in one investment. (Remember what mama said).

Go to the outside world, where everything is happening in outer space – online. The financial gurus are teaching – Multiple streams of income.

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Again, because they know better! Think about it this way, you have a single stream of income from your wages and you have to use your leg to go to work, and work with your hands, if anything happens to either leg or hand, out the window flies your income.  When finances are affected, it is only a short space of time before the emotional trials begin.

AND FINALLY, THE MESSAGE SAYS:

Give generously, for your gifts will return to you later.  Divide your gifts among many, for in the days ahead you yourself may need much help. When the clouds are heavy, the rains come down; when a tree falls, whether south or north, the die is cast, for there it lies.  If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done.  God’s ways are as mysterious as the pathway of the wind and as the manner in which a human spirit is infused into the little body of a baby while it is yet in its mother’s womb. Keep on sowing your seed, for you never know which will grow—perhaps it all will.

Think Business income, think Earned income, think Equity income and finally think Passive income.  Remember what they all say  and remember also You hold the key. #YHTK

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