Do you have plans to change the world? or are you waiting for retirement?

living your dream

When you are young you are full of energy, every new day holds a new discovery, you want to learn everything that you can and as fast as possible, you are full of ideas how you could change the world – you are alive.


Soon enough you start to grow older, everything becomes a routine, nothing seems interesting anymore, you go to college, you then find a job and now you are 25 waiting for retirement, without passion for life, without energy, without any plans to change the world, just waiting for retirement thinking that then you will experience all the life joys, but then you retire and realize that you don’t have energy for anything.

This is the life that the average person is living. Now, I want to ask you a question do you want a life like that? Do you want to wake up one day and realize that you haven’t done anything interesting for the rest 10 years? Well, I don’t and probably neither do you, if you are reading this blog.

When you are young you are full of energy, every new day holds a new discovery, you want to learn everything that you can and as fast as possible, you are full of ideas how you could change the world – you are alive.

You don’t want to find a job and slave for the rest of your life. Work in a job that you don’t even like, wake up early and be stuck in traffic for hours just to get somewhere where you don’t want to be and just patiently wait for the weekend, the holidays and of course retirement.

Wouldn’t it be better to live your dream life every day, go on vacations whenever you like, sleep as long as you need and work from home, forget to count what day of the week it is, drive nice cars, live in a beautiful house, have anything you want, have freedom. It might be even uncomfortable to think about it, you might think you don’t deserve it, I shouldn’t be greedy or whatever excuse your mind makes for you.

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