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What is your Salary, Please be Sincere ? (You won’t understand unless you read to the end)


What is your Salary ? Please be Sincere ?

Sorry I am not interested in the amount but the type of salary.

My friend, there are different type of salaries.

You will not understand unless you read to the end

There is no average income.

The rich are becoming richer,

while the poor are getting poorer.

There is no middle class

cos it has completely disappeared.

Salary, is a specific amount
of money that an employee is paid for work done.

The big question is Which type do you earn?

1. *Onion Salary:*
You grab it, you open it, and you cry.

2. *Storm Salary:*
You don?t know when
it?s coming or going.

3. *Menstrual Salary:*

It comes once a month
and lasts only four days.

4. *Magic Salary:*

You touch it and
it disappears.

5. *Amnesia Salary:*
You can?t remember
what you spent it on.

6. *Time Travelling Salary:*

You spend it paying various debts even before you
collect it.

7. Active Salary – Once you stop working,

RESIDUAL INCOME – You work once, and it keeps paying you over and over

and over again even AFTER you have stopped working.

whether it’s magic salary, amnesia salary or onion salary, it STOPS coming and your life becomes unbearable.

Financial LITERACY is the tool needed to TRANSFORM your salary to a RESIDUAL INCOME, so you can create financial freedom and time freedom.

ONLY YOUR INVESTMENT can keep you going even after all the onions, amnesty, traveling, active salaries have left you drenched.

Research had it that the poorest groups of people in the world are Salary earners,next to beggars.

They live in a vicious cycle of poverty managed on 30 days. Salary is continuously being awaited every month and any slight delay brings about heartbreaking anxiety, pressure and disappointment.

Salary Is a short term solution to a life time problem.

Salary alone cannot solve your money problems. You need multiple Sources of income to balance.

The tax return form contains about 11 income streams, salary is just one.

Don’t live Your Life fishing with just one hook, there are many fishes in the ocean.

Salary is the MEDICINE for managing POVERTY, not to CURE it. Only your BUSINESS or INVESTMENT Cures Poverty.

Most investors are not salary earners.

The difference between those beggars on the street and salary earners is one month salary.

Truncate the flow of their salary for one month and you would realized majority belong to the lower class.

If you divide your salary by the rate of exchange, you Will discover that you are poorer relative to when you started work.

Or divide your salary per annum by 2,000 hours to know what your one hour is worth.

If you do not have 3 months salary in savings, you are already poor.

Being a salary earner is a mentality, break it!
Your worth Is far more than your salary.

Salary Is the value someone has put on your effort, How much do you value yourself?

You can’t increase in value, unless you VALUE yourself differently.

Life Is a trade off between time, effort and reward. To be rewarded more, you have to become more valuable.

Most salary earners end up poor in the long and short term.

I therefore urge every one of us to be FINANCIALLY INTELLIGENT, FINANCIALLY LITERATE and TRAIN OUR EYES TO SEE OPPORTUNITIES IN PROBLEMS. Delve into entrepreneurship because Salary is a lifetime disappointment.

Being a salary earner or investor is a decision.
Life Will not change until you decide.

Make the MOVE !!!

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