The debate of cash vs a mortgage when it comes to buying a house came up in a recent discussion. For some people the answer would be it’s a “no-brainier!” However, if you are an individual who is not a part of the 1% category, when it comes to having more money than you know what to do with, then you may not be so quick to hand over all that cash.
I completed and published my first e-book called Overcome Lack and Step into Abundance, Your Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom. The book was a dream come true, as I had this desire to be a published author for as long as I can remember. There were several unfinished drafts of stories and a couple books that embody the few attempts to achieve this goal. However, I guess as they say, the timing never seemed right, and I suppose if I am being honest, I didn’t want it badly enough, though it was never very far from my mind.
I have come to the realization that your purpose is oftentimes borne out of being in difficult circumstances, times of disillusionment or despair. There have been numerous times I have had to learn to dig in and get past feelings of self-doubt, failure and regret and push through.
Many of us are accustomed to the piggy bank as a symbol of savings during our childhood. It was given to us as an encouragement to save in our early years when our parents or guardians would drop a few coins in with the intention for us to add more