Life! What Makes it Worth Living Afterall?
by Jeffrey Elliott
Ok, I'm sure by now we all would agree that all people in general want to be financially free. Wherever that may be, is where you hang your hat.
As for me, I prefer to become financially free here, in the stateside of the great USA! And we all know that this great country USA has it's fair share of ups and downs, perhaps mostly downs with it's people being taxed to death and never being able to truly get ahead in this crazy game of life.
So, my question to everyone in this forum is:
What drives people to live or not to live outside the square box in terms of living life in general?
My drive, goal or aspiration is to succeed in life by the search for gold itself. This is what drives me to attain a certain degree of success, if that makes any sense to anyone here.
Are people afraid to think and perhaps live outside the box? Are they just plain used to the everyday doldrums of life, being just content or happy to pay their bills in order to survive this game of life? This is ok, and in itself, a certain degree of success by their standards I guess.
We all have to have that a certain ray of hope or something to motivate us to make it to the next day, week, month, and year. And, I guess everyone would have a different answer with their own dreams, goals, and/or aspirations... Example: Taking care of one's family through life. So, feel free to join in and share what drives you all to succeed in whatever it is!
I know without putting religion in the mix of this conversation would perhaps be unfair, but I also know that God does strengthen me to carry on with my hopes and dreams!
Sincerely, Jeff Elliott
Stan's response: Thank you for getting right to the heart of what The Wealthy Adventurer's Club is really all about, Jeffrey. Your post is a great contribution here.
I think too many people are asleep and have become complacent. They go to work every week doing something they don't really like to do. They do this, just to pay the bills and to get by.
The purpose of our community here is to help people break out of the system and become free. We promote a life of fun, adventure, freedom and independence. Becoming financially free is the backbone to all of this.
Many of us aspire to produce our wealth by finding gold, treasure, or simply living life, doing what we love to do each day.
To this end, I will be making an important announcement this Wednesday (Jan 20) in my newsletter and in my first Adventure Blog.
Again, thank you Jeffrey for getting right to the point of an issue that is near and dear to us all! And, thanks for the great photo of you in our beautiful Mother Nature.