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Are you Truly Independent

Yesterday was 4th of July also known as Independence Day, if you’re an  American citizen you know the day is the www.yourmoneymentor.com celebration and birthday of United States of America.   The holiday serves as of rememberance of the US gaining their freedom and independence from England.   But this article is not a  history lesson on the 4th of July, it is about me thinking can individuals be free and independent.

I am not talking about freedom from physical slavery, but freedom from:

Time – the biggest freedom sucker, if you do not control your time you are in bondage.

Debt – Unable to eliminate debt or once you eliminate you create more debt.

A Paycheck – you want freedom  and are seeking freedom, but your reliance on a job keeps from pursuing what you want.

Judgment of others – you care what others think and say about you.

Many people do not realize that they are not free, they are dependent on many things.  Whether they admit to it or not seeking independence and releasing a dependency on something or someone can be scary.

In the video below I go into my journey of seeking independence.



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2 Responses to “Are you Truly Independent”

  1. avatar S M Sarowar says:

    Before called myself as an Independent. We should have personal finance, financial planning for enjoyable life. Happy Independent day to America. Thanks for the post !

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