Fueling Financial Independence

financial independence fuel

Income – Expenses = Financial Independence Fuel (aka the potential to save)

Let us look at an example:

Income = $7k/month

Expenses = $5k/month

Fuel = $2k/month

Often, we focus on reducing expenses.  If there are areas that can be reduced, awesome! However, we only have the potential to lower our expenses so much ($5k in this example).

In comparison, we have the potential to increase our income exponentially.

Don’t just focus on decreasing expenses, but in the power of investing in yourself to increase income.

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